Welcome to Banner Self-Service, the online tool that allows you to "plug in" to St. Louis Community College and manage your personal and academic information.
Register for Classes
Once you have been admitted to St. Louis Community College and taken the appropriate assessment tests, you may register online for classes.
Information on entering the college, choosing a program, getting the most out of the collegiate experience and moving toward a career or advanced study.
Interactive Class Schedule
See what classes are available to register, and plan out your next semester.
St. Louis Community College offers free email accounts for all current credit students through my.stlcc.edu student email.
A common credential log in to help protect your identity and offer more computer security.
Paying for College
St. Louis Community College provides a comprehensive financial aid program funded by federal, state and private agencies.
The payment plan is offered by Nelnet Business Solutions and is available for fall and spring semesters.
St. Louis Community College owns bookstores on each of its four campuses and at the South County Center and the William J. Harrison Education Center. All offer textbooks, merchandise and services to support the educational needs of our students. The bookstores also carry a wide variety of STLCC apparel, gifts, computers, software and general school supplies for the entire college community.
New in Blackboard for Summer 2019!
A new tool, Ally, is available in Blackboard starting June 2019. The Ally tool provides format options of files that your instructor uploads to your course. You can open the alternative format menu to choose a file format the meets your needs.
Do you read on your phone or tablet, use a screen reader, like to annotate and highlight,
or listen to an audio version?
Ally automatically generates “alternative formats” from your original course files, and makes them available for download so that you can engage with course content in a way that works best for you.
Check out this Ally Quick Start Guide for Students!
Free tutoring, supplemental instruction, study skills/time management assistance, computer labs.
Clubs, organizations, student government, student newspapers, athletic teams and intramurals, honor societies, exhibits, performances, lectures.
For students and alumni seeking on-campus or off-campus full-time, part-time, internship or co-op, permanent, seasonal or temporary employment.
Academic, career, personal and crisis counseling, referrals to community resources.
Keep track of your current degree requirements, view your course history and explore "what if" scenarios as well with this online tool.
STLCC values the contributions of all members regardless of disability and provides the opportunity for them to realize their greatest potential. This site offers information about accommodations and much more.
STLCC has partnered with various vendors to offer substantial discounts to students on software, hardware and telephones.
STLCC has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) to provide proof of enrollment or degree for an employer, search firm or others.
Information about a comprehensive program funded by federal, state and private agencies including policies and procedures for applying.
Closing procedures, drug abuse prevention information, equity in athletics report, completion/graduation/transfer report, student rights and responsibilities, student handbook, etc.
For emergencies to advocacy, there's many reasons you might need support. Luckily, help comes in many ways too.
The federal TRIO programs are federal outreach and student services programs designed to identify and provide services for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Obtain STLCC transcripts for personal/employment use or to forward to other educational institutions.