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Online Education

STLCC Online will be a leader in providing flexible learning opportunities. Online learning allows students to take classes at times and places convenient to their schedules.

100% Online Programs Available

General Transfer Studies (AA)
General Transfer Studies,
concentration: Business Administration (AA)
Business Administration (CP, CS)
Computer Accounting Technology (CS)
Computer Applications (CS)
Criminal Justice: Corrections (CP)
Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement (AA, CP)
Funeral Directing (CS)

STLCC also offers several degree and certificate programs that are at least 50% or more online,

Programs that offer at least 50% of the courses online 

Teaching, (AA)
Business Administration, (AAS)
Criminal Justice: Corrections, (AAS)
Culinary Arts, (AAS)
Early Care and Education, (AAS)
Early Care and Education, (CP)
Health Information Technology, (AAS)
Hospitality and Tourism (AAS)
Human Services, (AAS)
Information Systems: Office Information Coordinator, (AAS)
Legal Studies for the Paralegal, (AAS)
Mass Communications, (AAS)
Software Developer, (AAS)
Web Developer, (CS)

Please note that course choices in an online or partially online program may be limited. In Career and Technical programs, the online portion of the program may consist mostly of general education courses. Some online courses may require scheduled face-to-face meetings at a campus location.

For more information contact STLCC Online Education, online@stlcc.edu, 314-539-5037.

Apply and Get Connected:

All new and former students must submit an application. Apply online via Banner Self-Service or Mail/Fax Admission Application (PDF)

Get in Sync with STLCC:

STLCC uses a MySTLCC ID as the common login ID. You will need to use your MySTLCC ID and a secure password to log in to the college's computer services, including Blackboard (Bb), Banner Self-Service and my.stlcc.edu student e-mail. Learn more about your MySTLCC ID.

Compass Testing at a Distance

STLCC uses Compass, an untimed, computerized placement test to evaluate your academic skills and place you into appropriate courses. Compass test helps educators quickly evaluate your skill levels in reading, writing and math. ACT/Compass remote testing permits prospective STLCC students, who live outside of the St. Louis metropolitan area, to complete the required placement test(s) at a non-STLCC location. For more information about remote testing and other testing locations click this link Compass Placement Test.

How to Register:

Students may register for online classes, by mail or fax, or in person at one of the four campuses -- Florissant Valley, Forest Park, Meramec or Wildwood.

How to Search for Online Classes using the Interactive Class Schedule:

The interactive class schedule allows you to browse for online learning classes by searching for schedule or session type - detailed instructions. Hint: Use the advance filter to find all the available online courses.

Technology Requirements:

Students are required to have access to a computer with a reliable Internet connection to participate in online learning courses. www.stlcc.edu/Blackboard

Student E-mail:

STLCC offers free e-mail accounts for all current credit students. This e-mail account serves as the official means of communication with STLCC. Students must activate their my.stlcc.edu student e-mail account in order to receive correspondence from faculty and staff.

Office 365 ProPlus

Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus is available for students at no additional cost. This offer is for all currently registered credit students at the college. 

Each student can install Office 365 ProPlus on up to five home or personally-owned PCs/Macs and up to five mobile devices. Office mobile applications are accessible on iOS and Android devices and automatically included with all Windows phones. Learn more about our Microsoft program.

Are you ready for Online Learning?

To learn if you have what it takes to be a successful online learning student, take the online SmarterMeasure assessment. You will receive instant feedback.

For assistance accessing online College services contact:

Stacey Foster
Manager, Online Student Services
Online Education
314-539-5185 phone & fax