Students accessing campus and enrolling in face-to-face or hybrid classes are required to provide written proof of full COVID-19 vaccination. Faculty and staff must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and submit verification of their fully vaccinated status to the College. Employee Vaccinations - Student Vaccinations - Return to Campus
In accordance with the decision of the NJCAA Region XXI, the Springfield Technical Community College Athletic Department will implement a no-spectator policy for indoor sporting events until further notice. Only players, coaches, trainers, officials and essential personnel will be permitted in the gymnasium area. More..
STCC graduate Kristiana Tadeo looked back at her days at STCC as an inspiring time that helped her develop skills she applies today. She enrolled at STCC after graduating from Chicopee Comprehensive High School. More..
When they’re on campus this spring, Springfield Technical Community College students almost certainly will have a need to use the Ira H. Rubenzahl Student Learning Commons, the vibrant and eye-catching hub for services and activities. The inviting design of the building recently drew praise from the Boston Society for Architecture, which is honoring the Learning Commons with an award.
There is still time to apply to Springfield Technical Community College for the spring term, which starts Monday, Jan. 24. STCC, the most affordable college in Springfield and the only technical community college in Massachusetts, accepts applications online at stcc.edu/apply. Prospective students can also stop by the Admissions office in the Ira H. Rubenzahl Student Learning Commons, Room 168. The office is open Monday-Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. More..
Springfield Technical Community College offered Julius D. Lewis an opportunity to reinvent himself. His degrees from STCC put him on the pathway to a successful career in finance. He transferred from STCC to the prestigious Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.
Two veterans attending Springfield Technical Community College received early holiday gifts in the form of scholarships to help cover textbooks. The Better Business Bureau serving Central and Western Massachusetts and Northeastern Connecticut awarded $500 scholarships to Allan Cangelosi of West Springfield and Paetron Sumlin of Springfield. More..
In partnership with American Medical Response, Inc., Springfield Technical Community College will offer a free emergency medical technician course starting Jan. 25. AMR will pay tuition and provide EMT work opportunities for students who enroll in the STCC EMT program. Graduates of the program will agree to begin work at AMR. The fee is normally $1,099 for the course, which runs on most Tuesday mornings from Jan. 25 through May 21. The hybrid class includes some online instruction.