STLCC Fall Preview Day

Saturday, November 6, 2021 10am to 12pm

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St. Louis Community College is hosting virtual Fall Preview Days for future students and families, area residents, and anyone who wants to learn more about the College. Fall Preview Days are events designed to showcase STLCC programs across all our locations throughout the STL metro area. Join us and find out why over 1.2 million students chose STLCC to pursue their dreams!

  • Explore programs and career offerings.
  • Campus overviews.
  • Breakout sessions
  • Opportunities to win STLCC goodies and other attendance prizes!

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Breakout Session Information

Athletics
What makes an Archer? Discipline, dedication and drive are just a few traits that our college athletics possess. Drop in on this session to learn moer about STLCC's athletic programs!

Student Success
At STLCC we care about all of our students and we are always here to help. We put students first and are committed to creating an accessible education for all. Join this session to learn about the various free resources readily available to our students like academic advising, career development, Student assistance program and our access and DisAbility support services.

Campus Life & Community
Six campuses and education centers plus seven sports teams, three theaters, four art galleries and more than 120 student organizations adds up to one lively and thriving STLCC community. But it’s missing just one thing: You! Join us to learn more about all of the extracurricular activities, clubs and organizations that you can become involved in at STLCC!

Financial Aid & Scholarships
Join this session to learn more about paying for college, including financial aid, scholarships, A+ and other Missouri state programs. 

Accelerated Programs & Tech Academy
Join this session to learn more about our Workforce Solutions Group and our new Tech Academy programs designed for completion of in-demand programs in shorter duration formats.  

Dual2Degree: Programs for High School Students
Join us for to learn more about starting college early with STLCC!  We will discuss the advantages of earning college credit while still in high school, STLCC's unique dual enrollment programs, early college opportunities and how dual enrollment can help students reduce the overall cost of earning a college degree. 

General Transfer Studies (CORE 42)
Join this session to learn more about the benefits of attending STLCC and how Missouri's Core 42 Tranfer Curriculum can help prepare you to transfer to one of Missouri's four-year colleges/universities to pursue your bachelor's degree.

Computer and Information Technology
Join this session to learn more about what STLCC has to offer in the Computer and Information Technology fields including stackable credentials!

Engineering & Industrial Tech
Do you enjoy tinkering with electronics, taking things apart, designing things in CAD or just want to learn how things work? Visit us in Engineering and Technology. We will discuss the difference between Engineering, your four year theory degree, and Technology, where you can get a hands on 30k job in as little as 16 weeks. We have employers asking for Computer Aided Designers, Precision Machinists, Biomedical Electronics Techs, and Manufacturing and Electrical Technicians. We also have your near zero cost for the first 2 years of Engineering at schools such as Missouri S&T, UMSL, Wash U and others.

Health Sciences
Are you considering a carrer in health care? Join us to learn about STLCC's many health science programs as well as hear from Kim Kraft, our District Nursing Clinical Coordinator, to find out how you can get started. 

Visual & Performing Arts
Want to learn more about majors and careers connected to the visual artistic media or performing disciplines? Join us to learn more about STLCC's pathways that will allow you to create and display your art!

Communications
Join is to learn about programs designed to develop the ways you communicate-both verbally and nonverbally, for optimized interactions. Sessions will include a brief overview of our course offerings in composition, creative writing, literature and ESL (English as a second language) as well as Deaf Communication studies: Interpreter Education.

Human Services/Addiction Studies
Interested in learing about Human Services and Addiction Studies? Learn more about why you should consider majoring in this program. Topics covered will include: course work associated with this program, estimated number of years for program completion, job market and ways to bridge into a baccalaureate program in Social Work. 

Human Studies
Interested in counseling, psychology or criminal justice?  Human Studies may be the field for you! Learn about our new Behavioral Health Support program that puts you in a fast track to working in mental health. You will also have an opportunity to learn more about our Criminal Justice program that will prepare you for entry level employment in the criminal justice system.

Education and Child Development
This session will provide brief overviews of the Associate in Applied Science in Child and Family Development as well as the Associate of Arts in Teaching programs.

Event Details


Meeting ID: 859 4323 0850

Passcode: stlcc

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