An instructor in the Cosmetology Department at Springfield Technical Community College is the recipient of the 2019 Dorothy Jordan Pryor Award, which honors "living treasures" within the local community. More..
Beginning this fall, Springfield Technical Community College will offer a new urban studies program to prepare students for careers that can help the growth of gateway cities like Springfield and Worcester. More..
Springfield Technical Community College and the College of Our Lady of the Elms in Chicopee are partnering to offer accelerated online degree completion programs in Computer Science and Computer Information Technology and Security. More..
Springfield Technical Community College will offer phlebotomy for healthcare workers through the Workforce Development Center. The 60-hour training is for individuals licensed in various medical fields in Massachusetts. The class runs Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m., April 22-May 9. More..
Students can apply for scholarships offered through the Springfield Technical Community College Foundation for the 2019-2020 academic year. The Foundation, a 501-(c)-3 nonprofit organization, provides $350,000 in financial aid including over 70 different scholarships to current STCC students. More..
Launched in spring 2015, the 100 Males to College program seeks to create an academic, social, and practical infrastructure for lower-income high school students, particularly young male students of color, which the goal of helping them see themselves attending college. More..
The men and women’s wrestling teams at Springfield Technical Community College wrapped up a successful season at the 2019 NCWA National Wrestling Championships in Allen, Texas. The men’s team came in fifth place out of 77 colleges with five wrestlers being named All-American. The women’s team captured third place in the nationals, with two All-Americans. The teams competed March 14-16. More..
The Springfield Technical Community College Workforce Development Center will offer the Massachusetts Oil Burner Code Update Class on April 23 and 24. The class will provide an overview of the recently revised Massachusetts Oil Code. Emphasis will be placed on National Fire Protection Association codes NFPA 31 and NFPA 211 with the new Massachusetts exemptions and additions.