Springfield Technical Community College will launch its Diversity Series with a performance on Monday, Sept. 16, by multi-talented trumpeter Theo Croker. The musician will perform at STCC’s Scibelli Hall Theater at 6 p.m. in a concert that is free and open to students and the general public.
John Guerra - a longtime professor at STCC – brings a joy and passion to his work. He joined STCC when the college was 10 years old and has served under five of the college’s six presidents. He shows no signs of stopping. More..
Springfield Technical Community College and Bay Path University have joined together to create seamless pathways to a psychology degree. In a signing agreement at STCC on Aug. 28, the two institutions formalized a partnership that connects academic programs.
At a time when water problems plague urban cities like Flint, Mich., and Newark, N.J., Springfield Technical Community College is launching an online certificate training course to prepare students for careers in water treatment. And for students enrolled in any community college across the state, the training is free of charge.
Looking for fresh fruits and vegetables grown at locally owned farms? Find what you need at the Farmers Market at Springfield Technical Community College, which will be on campus each Wednesday, Sept. 4- Nov. 13.
The market, a collaboration between the college and community organizations, features fresh produce, prepared foods, crafts and live music.
Achieving the Dream’s Gateway to College program at Springfield Technical Community College (STCC) has received a Program Excellence Award in recognition of exceeding all four benchmarks used to assess the performance of Gateway to College programs nationwide. More..
Triplets from Springfield will start their college journey this fall at STCC. Their father, Daniel Medina, talks about how an affordable college like STCC made it easier for him financially to send three children to college at the same time. More..
Encouraged by Professor Beth McGinnis-Cavanaugh, her faculty advisor at STCC, Maeliz Colon applied for an internship at the Springfield Armory National Historic Site. She learned more about science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) than she ever imagined. More..