The College Theater Workshop at Springfield Technical Community College will bring to the stage “Circle Mirror Transformation,” a play centered around drama classes in a community center located in a fictional town in Vermont. More..
A newly signed agreement creates an affordable pathway for students who earn an associate degree in urban studies from Springfield Technical Community College (STCC) to pursue both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree at Westfield State University. More..
The soccer team at STCC decided to pool their money to buy a good pair of soccer cleats for a player in need. The player was using cleats duct-taped together. The act of generosity reflects the team's close bond. More..
At the launch of the college’s first major gifts campaign in more than a decade, Springfield Technical Community College President John B. Cook announced the naming of the Tuohey Family Welcome Center at the Student Learning Commons. Brian Tuohey, of Longmeadow, a generous supporter of STCC, beamed with delight after hearing the news. His family, including his five children and 12 grandchildren, made a surprise appearance at the kickoff event on Oct. 22. More..
Springfield Technical Community College plans to open a mobile lab on campus to meet a demand in the construction industry for trained asphalt technicians and inspectors. Students will train in the mobile lab as they pursue certification as hot mix asphalt plant technicians and hot mix asphalt paving inspectors. More..
Ed Demetrion '80, '81, Vice President of Sales at TigerPress, is a STCC graduate. So is Matthew T. O'Neil '14, a Sales Executive at TigerPress. They talk about how STCC prepared them for their careers. More..
Springfield Technical Community College on Thursday, Nov. 14, will offer Health Careers Exploration Night, an opportunity for anyone interested in becoming a health care professional to learn more about STCC’s programs. Open to the public, the free event will take place between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. While no registration is required, visitors should check in with organizers in the first-floor lobby of Building 20, on the Pearl Street side of the campus. More..
“Eric Pelka: 90s NYC to Rural Western Massachusetts” features dozens of paintings and drawings in an elaborate installation at the Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery at Springfield Technical Community College on view through Nov. 9. Two events are planned on Tuesday, Oct. 29: a meet and greet reception 9:45 a.m.-11:15 a.m. and an evening celebration 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. More..
for students in need. Stop & Shop donated $5,000 to support the Ram Cupboard, an emergency food pantry designed to help support students in meeting basic nutritional needs. Students who qualify receive emergency groceries at no cost to them.