Springfield Technical Community College this summer will offer a free class to people working in after-school programs, summer camps, community centers and other places that provide education and care outside of regular school time. More..
Heide Blackak had a dream of getting a degree when she decided to enroll at Springfield Technical Community College as a full-time student in her late 50s. Two years later, at the age of 60, she’s not only getting a degree – she is receiving recognition as one of the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education’s “29 Who Shine.” The award recognizes 29 outstanding student graduates from the Commonwealth’s public higher education system. More..
Springfield Technical Community College’s ongoing Heart of a Man series continues Thursday, May 6, at 2 p.m. with a virtual live event focusing on mental health and wellness. Students and the general public can attend the free event by registering at stcc.edu/heartofaman. More..
Registration is open for summer and fall classes at Springfield Technical Community College, a flexible and affordable opportunity for students enrolled at STCC or another college or university. More..
For the second year in a row, Springfield Technical Community College captured best two-year college in the Valley Advocate’s reader poll. STCC landed on the Advocate’s “best of” list in the same year the college was named fourth best in the United States by Academic Influence. The Valley Advocate released results of its 2021 readers’ poll on April 29. More..
Springfield Technical Community College student Kasey Carter drew inspiration for an award-winning business idea from her four-legged friend named Luna. Carter, of Enfield, Conn., created Little Legs & Co. to provide affordable, unique bandanas for dogs. She describes herself as a full-time nursing student at STCC and “dog mom” to her corgi. More..
Springfield Technical Community College professor Gary Mullett was named a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the highest grade for the professional organization for electrical and electronic engineers. More..
Springfield Technical Community College will celebrate the Class of 2021 with a drive-through parade on June 3 at 4 p.m. Because campus access is restricted during the COVID-19 pandemic, graduates must register in advance to join the parade. Visit stcc.edu/commencement to find a link to register. More..