April is Community College Month, and COVID-19 circumstances are showing why innovation at an institution like Springfield Technical Community College (STCC) is so critical, especially during times of great need. More..
Springfield Technical Community College was named the best 2-year college in the Valley Advocate’s 2020 reader poll. The accolade comes only six months after STCC was named the best local college in the 2020 Reader Raves, presented by The Republican and MassLive. The college also made the 2019 Best 2-Year Colleges for Adult Learners list, published by Washington Monthly.
The wrestling programs at Springfield Technical Community College ended their season with two champions who captured first place after competing in the National Collegiate Wrestling Association’s national championships. More..
Springfield Technical Community College announces the following changes to the academic calendar as a result of the COVID-19 emergency. Accommodations are being made to provide students more time to evaluate their options while acclimating to the current realities of remote learning. More..
The Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery at Springfield Technical Community College is featuring a virtual tour of an exhibit by Florence artist Donnabelle Casis. Her artwork is on display through April 11, but the college has closed the gallery to the public due to the threat of the coronavirus pandemic. More..
Given the financial impact Covid-19 has had on the world, we anticipate an increase in the number of requests to the STCC Foundation this semester. Please consider making a gift today that will allow us to further assist students as they transform their lives. I thank you in advance for your consideration. More..
Responding to an urgent call for supplies, Springfield Technical Community College’s School of Health and Patient Simulation has donated personal protective equipment to area hospitals, medical centers and first responders. The equipment, which includes surgical masks, isolation gowns, surgical gowns, sterile surgical gloves, exam gloves and face shields, will serve as a first line of defense for health care professionals and reduce their risk of contracting COVID-19 while treating patients.
Stop & Shop donated $2,500 to Springfield Technical Community College’s emergency food pantry for students in need. The supermarket company’s latest gift, a response to the threat the COVID-19 virus poses to economically disadvantaged students, adds to earlier donations. More..
Starting this fall, the college will offer a new option in the Fire Protection and Safety Technology department: Fire Investigation Transfer. Students who choose this option will study fire behavior, fire operations, prevention, investigations and criminal law through courses in fire science and criminal justice. More..