Springfield Technical Community College announces the spring lineup for the Ovations Educational and Cultural Event Series. The Ovations Series is sponsored by The Chicopee Savings Bank Endowment for Academic Excellence, the Office of Academic Affairs and the Honors Program at STCC. The events are all free and open to the public. More..
Springfield Technical Community College on Jan. 30 will host its second Portfolio Day, an opportunity for students from area schools – as well as the general public – to show their creative work to art professors for feedback and suggestions. More..
Two Springfield Technical Community College students traveled to Arizona where they presented results of biological research projects they designed to other community college students and faculty from across the country. More..
Springfield Technical Community College has been named one of the top 75 nursing schools in New England.
The research team at Nursing Schools Almanac conducted a detailed assessment of more than 3,000 schools nationwide, and only 15 percent made its list of the top nursing school in each geographical region. The New England rankings include Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. More..
Planning on applying to Springfield Technical Community College for the spring semester? Beginning Jan. 2, the college will instantly accept prospective students who bring their official high school transcripts, GED or HiSET certification to the Admissions Office in the Student Learning Commons, Building 19, first floor. No appointment is necessary. More..
The Massachusetts Casino Career Training Institute (MCCTI) and MGM Springfield will co-host two Open House Sessions on Dec. 27 for people considering enrolling in upcoming blackjack or poker dealer classes.
Both classes start Jan. 7 and are the gateway into a full- or par- time employment in the casino dealer industry. More..
Springfield Technical Community College will hold Spring Semester Late Registration Week Jan. 14-18. Classes begin Jan. 22. Late Registration Week is a time when prospective students may apply to a program, meet with an advisor, select and register for courses, pay their bill and receive their schedule in one easy visit, said Dean of Admissions Louisa Davis-Freeman. Many programs are still accepting applicants. More..