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Welcome

Welcome to St. Louis Community College's Wildwood campus, located in West St. Louis county, conveniently located near Highway 109 and Manchester. The 132 acre campus is beautifully situated in a native prairie setting, surrounded by woods. The natural setting gives students a place to enjoy their surroundings while receiving a high quality education in a state-of-the-art facility.

The campus offers Associate in Arts degrees in General Transfer Studies, Business Administration, Communications Arts (Advertising/Public Relations option), Fine Arts/Arts Education, and an Associate of Arts in Teaching. Students can also complete a Certificate of Proficiency or Certificate of Specialization in Business Administration, take general education courses required for many STLCC degrees and certificate, and complete prerequisites for many allied health degrees offered on other STLCC campuses.

Wildwood has an active student body, with a variety of clubs and service organizations. The campus chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the national community college honor society, was formed in spring 2009 and is a Five Star chapter. The Wildwood Academic Support Center is available for academic assistance and tutoring services.

Wildwood is a "green" campus, built with environmentally-friendly materials and architecture. It was designed to enhance occupant comfort and health, reduce operating costs, conserve natural resources and reduce each building's impact on the environment and the community. STLCC-Wildwood was the first community college in the Midwest to receive the United States Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) gold level certification. The LEED green building rating system is the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction and operation of high performance green buildings. Gold certification recognizes STLCC for a high level of energy efficiency, site sustainability and enhancement to both indoor and outdoor environmental quality.

The campus green features include a green roof, a lighting management system and increased natural light throughout the building, and systems designed to ensure high indoor air quality. STLCC-Wildwood is also a TOBACCO-FREE campus. No consumption of tobacco is allowed on any campus property; this includes the building, grounds, sidewalks and parking lots. The college is committed to maintaining a healthy living and working environment for its students, faculty, staff, and the community.

Wildwood Presidential Blog

[12/9/2013 11:26:21 a.m.] "Building Traditions" - by Dr. Patrick Vaughn, Acting President, STLCC-Wildwood Traditions are important to a community. This is true no matter the size, shape, the reason for the communitys existence, or how it came to exist. Traditions bring people together and give character … more...