Springfield Technical Community College’s Respiratory Care program is lending its five ventilators to area hospitals preparing for a surge in patients due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Christopher Scott, dean of the School of Health and Patient Simulation, said STCC is prepared to donate or lend any equipment hospitals need during the coronavirus emergency. The school recently donated all of its personal protective equipment to area hospitals, medical centers and first responders. More..
Springfield Technical Community College will celebrate achievements by female leaders with a virtual tea series called “We the Women.” STCC will feature local speakers who will discuss their careers, accomplishments and the barriers they faced in a live video conferencing format. Viewers will have a chance to enjoy a cup of tea while watching the presentations and ask questions at the end. More..
STCC helped Carrie Eaton get started on a journey in a career in nursing. She began as a pediatric nurse, then became a labor and delivery nurse after giving birth to her first child. She ended up going back to college and earned a Ph.D. in nursing. More..
Springfield Technical Community College opened registration for summer and fall classes, offering hundreds of convenient and affordable options for currently enrolled and new students. Current STCC students have until April 20 to sign up for classes before registration opens to new students on April 21. More..
Several respiratory care students from Springfield Technical Community College’s senior class are seeking limited permit licenses to help meet the demand to help patients during the coronavirus pandemic. Esther Perrelli Brookes, director and department chair of the Respiratory Care program, said three students from STCC already are working at Baystate Medical Center after applying for and receiving respiratory care limited permit licenses. More..
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..