Different lives, different stories, different paths - with one common theme: an affordable, accessible, life-changing STCC education…be inspired.
Read MoreIt’s giving me an early college experience. For this class, I get three college credits. I like it here. It’s different from high school because there’s a little more freedom.Zaniah King, Commerce High School Senior
Read MoreWe have many students like Michael Caine who make the smart choice to start at STCC. He worked hard...at STCC and at UMass and now is enrolled in an Ivy League school and on the path to a rewarding career.Dr. John B. Cook, President of STCC
Read MoreJazmin was in the Commonwealth Honors Program and distinguished herself while here. In spite of some really challenging circumstances, Jazmin has persisted and thrived. She’s a great role model for her daughter.Diane Sabato, Professor of Business Administration
Read MoreIt’s a very smooth transition to go from STCC to a four-year university. I plan to get a master’s degree in architecture and keep living my dream.Asra Afzaal, Architecture & Building Technology
STCC is committed to accessibility and inclusion and to ensuring that all are able to access college programs, activities, and events.
Prospective students, current students, or members of the general public who need accommodations should email the ADA/Section 504 Coordinator, Kris Kozuch at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Affirmative Action Officer, Jack Giarusso, Interim Senior Director of Human Resources at email@example.com at least two weeks in advance.
VISITORS: STCC welcomes thousands of visitors to our campus each year. Whether you are a prospective student (or a friend or family member) or here to attend a meeting, conference, the Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery or an event at Scibelli Hall Theater , we hope to make your visit as enjoyable as possible. If you anticipate needing a reasonable accommodation for an event, please contact the event sponsor in advance of your visit.
STCC adheres to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1992 which states that "no qualified individual with a disability shall, solely on the basis of their disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity in higher education."