STCC Cares about YOUR education
Emergency Financial Support
CARES Act Emergency Relief Fund: As a result of the COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic, STCC has received federal funding to help students. The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”), enables STCC to provide eligible students with grant support to help cover expenses incurred due to campus disruption related to COVID-19. Students may be eligible for funding from STCC through the CARES Act. Students who meet Title IV eligibility can submit a request through the CARES Fund Request Form. The CARES Fund Request Form is temporarily unavailable and will be reposted soon.
Student Emergency Fund: The Student Emergency Fund is designed to assist students who encounter an unexpected, short-term financial emergency that would prevent them from continuing their education. Our goal is to assist students so that they may continue their studies and successfully complete their coursework. Submit a Student Emergency Fund Request. If you have questions, please refer to the Student Emergency Fund Guidelines.
Student Affairs is charged with supporting and participating in the academic mission of the College. As educators, we seek to maintain and enhance a purposeful, open, disciplined, caring, and diverse community. As such, we value integrity, dedication, commitment, honesty, social and civic responsibility, while promoting our students' intellectual, emotional, physical, and spiritual development. We are committed to optimizing student development through excellence in services, programs, and facilities.
As specialists in the field of student development, we serve as student advocates both inside and outside the classroom. We consult and collaborate with faculty, staff, administrators, and campus external governing agencies. Through collaborative research and evaluation, we study our environment, programs, and services and are accountable to our students, the College, our state and our profession for providing a quality educational experience for all students.
Mission of Student Affairs
The Mission of Student Affairs is to complement the academic mission of the college. Student Affairs provides opportunities for student development, student involvement, and experiential learning which contributes to student success and satisfaction.
The primary focus of Student Affairs is to promote individual student growth, personal achievement, and social responsibility through a wide range of programs and services intentionally designed to complement the student's educational experiences and which strives to:
- foster student academic success through a series of staff and peer mentoring programs.
- emphasize ethical and responsible student behavior through the administration of the Student Code of Conduct and a fair equitable program of student judicial review.
- develop the social, civic, and leadership skills of students through a wide variety of student organizations, group activities, and leadership programs.
- encourage and facilitate programs that advance the cultural, social, civic, leadership and educational development of students within a pluralistic and multicultural learning environment.
The Vice President of Student Affairs Office provides student advocacy and support for all STCC students. We are here to advocate for you and ensure that your college experience is the best it can be. Our services include:
- Conflict resolution
- Debt appeals
- Guidance in judicial and grievance procedures
- Medical Re-entry Process
- Referrals for services both on and off campus
When transferring to a four-year institution, you may be required to submit a College Transfer Status Report as part of their admissions requirements. This form will need to be completed by STCC Student Affairs and Registrar's Offices. Please allow four business days for the completion and processing of this form.
Vice President, Student Affairs
Ira H. Rubenzahl Student Learning Commons (B19), Second Floor, Room 261
Office hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
- Student Handbook (PDF)
- Medical Re-entry Process
- Behavioral Intervention Team
- CARE (Concern, Assessment, Response, Evaluation) Team
For more information about reporting a student code of conduct, academic misconduct, or well-being concern please see the Reporting Options page.
Please note, the Student Affairs office will continue to assist students remotely while COVID-19 campus restrictions are in place. The entire team is working diligently (remotely) to minimize the impact the current situation is having on our students. The team can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Emails will be monitored regularly throughout the day during normal business hours.