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Academic Year at-a-Glance
2
2015-2016
3
Academic Calendar
Fall Semester 2015
(Please note various start and finish dates for classes during the semester.)
August
17-21 Service days
24 Semester classes begin
September
5-7 Labor Day holiday
(college closed)
14 Late Start classes begin**
October
16Midterm*
19 Midterm grades due*
20 All College day (no classes)
November
13 Withdrawal deadline*
25 Fall Semester Break (no
classes)
26-29Thanksgiving
holiday (college closed)
December
13
14-20
21
22
24
Last day of semester classes
Final exams*
Grades due
Official degree conferral
date
College closed through
Jan. 3, 2016
Spring Semester 2016
(Please note various start and finish dates for classes during the semester.)
15 Spring Staff
January
Development Day
4 College opens
(selected offices closed)
11-15 Service days
18 Spring holiday (college
18 Martin Luther King, Jr.
closed)
holiday
April
(college closed)
15 Withdrawal deadline*
19 Semester begins
May
February
8 Last day of semester
8 Late Start classes begin** classes
15 Presidents’ Day holiday
9-15 Final exams
(college closed)
18 Grades due
March
19 Official degree conferral
11Midterm*
date
14 Midterm grades due*
22Commencement
14-20 Spring break (no classes) Summer Session 2016
(Summer session spans 10 weeks. Flexible schedule, short-term and off-cycle courses will be offered
throughout the summer. Be sure to check the online schedule for exact times of each course.)
May
16
30
June
6
First day of Intersession
Memorial Day holiday
(college closed)
Summer term begins
* Full-term classes only
** 12-week classes
July
2-4 Independence Day holiday
(college closed)
31 Last day of summer term
August
1 Grades due for summer
term classes
2 Official degree conferral
date
4
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July/August 2015
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
27
TUESDAY
28
WEDNESDAY
29
27 Wendy Hollis Niche,
Gallery Talk, TBA,
Gallery ADMIN,
through Oct. 2
Gallery ADMIN is
located on the 2nd floor
of the Administration
building
Hours:
Mon-Thur 9-6pm,
Fri 9-4pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Note:
The academic
calendar and deadlines
posted in this guide are
subject to change. For the
most current information,
visit stlcc.edu/MySTLCC
6
WEEKLY PLANNER
30
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
31
FRIDAY
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
1
SUNDAY
Last day of summer
term
NOTES:
7
2
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
August 2015
Florissant Valley
3
MONDAY
Grades due
4 New Student
Orientation,
10am-12:30pm &
1:30-4pm, SS101
6 New Student
Orientation,
10am-12:30pm &
1:30-4pm, SS101
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
4
TUESDAY
Official degree conferral
WEDNESDAY
8
5
WEEKLY PLANNER
6
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
7
FRIDAY
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
8
SUNDAY
NOTES:
9
9
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
August 2015
Florissant Valley
10 New Student
Orientation,
10am-12:30pm &
1:30-4pm, SS101
10
MONDAY
Financial aid book accounts open
12 New Student
Orientation,
10am-12:30pm &
1:30-4pm, SS101
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
TUESDAY
11
WEDNESDAY
12
10
WEEKLY PLANNER
13
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
14
FRIDAY
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
15
SUNDAY
NOTES:
11
16
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
August 2015
Florissant Valley
17
MONDAY
Service days
20 New Student
Orientation,
10am-12:30pm &
1:30-4pm, SS101
22 New Student
Orientation,
9-11:30am &
Noon-2:30pm, SS101
Forest Park
18 New Student
Orientation,
10am-12:30pm &
4:30-7pm,
Academic Support
Center (L-024)
18
TUESDAY
Service days
Last day to submit a financial aid appeal for fall
semester
19 New Student
Orientation,
11am-1:30pm,
William J. Harrison
Education Center
20 New Student
Orientation,
12:30-3pm &
4:30pm-7pm,
Academic Support
Center (L-024)
WEDNESDAY
Service days
22 New Student
Orientation,
10am-12:30pm &
Academic Support
Center (L-024)
12
19
WEEKLY PLANNER
20
THURSDAY
Service days
Meramec
17 New Student
Orientation,
2-4:30pm, SC 201
18 New Student
Orientation,
5:30-8pm, SC 201
19 New Student
Orientation,
10am-12:30pm, SC201
21
FRIDAY
Service days
20 New Student
Orientation,
1:30-4pm, SC 201
22 New Student
Orientation,
10am-12:30pm, SC 201
Registration for senior citizens using
Missouri Senior Scholarships begins
Wildwood
18 New Student
Orientation, 1-3pm,
MP Room
SATURDAY
22
SUNDAY
23
19 New Student
Orientation, 6-8pm,
MP Room
20 New Student
Orientation,
10am- noon, MP Room
20 New Student
Orientation/Dual
Enrolled, 6-8pm,
MP Room for Dual
Enrollment students
NOTES:
13
August 2015
Florissant Valley
24 Young Cornrows of
America work by Cbabi
Bayoc, Reception
and artist talk, Sep. 3,
6-8pm, Contemporary
Art Gallery, through
Sep. 24
24
MONDAY
Semester begins; 16-week, 1st 7-week (only
available at SCEUC) and 1st 8-week classes;
Web registration continues for 12-week, 2nd 7-week
(only available at SCEUC), and 2nd 8-week classes
Final day to submit required financial aid
documentation for fall semester 16-week classes
The main Gallery
is located in the
Instructional Resource
building, Room 111
Gallery hours:
Mon-Fri 10-4pm
Sat 10-3pm
TUESDAY
25
WEDNESDAY
26
25 First Student
Government
Association Meeting
(SGA), 1pm, PDR-C
Forest Park
24-28 Welcome Week!
10am-2pm, Student
Center
27 African-American Artists
Group Exhibition;
Opening reception,
4-6:30pm, Gallery of
Contemporary Art
Last day to sign up for payment plan with 50%
down and one payment
14
WEEKLY PLANNER
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THURSDAY
Meramec
25 First Student
Government
Association Meeting
(SGA), all welcome,
2-3pm, SC200
27 First Student Activities
Council Meeting, all
welcome,
2-3pm, SC200
28
FRIDAY
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
29
Saturday classes begin
SUNDAY
Sunday classes begin
Web registration ends
full-term classes.
NOTES:
15
30
26 Volleyball vs.
McKendree, 7pm, M
27 Men’s Soccer vs.
Jefferson, 4pm, FV
30 Men’s Soccer vs.
CMU, 2pm, FV
August/September 2015
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
31
TUESDAY
1
WEDNESDAY
2
4 SGA Executive Board
Applications Due, 4pm
Forest Park
1 Welcome Back Bash,
11:30am-1pm, Student
Center/Cafeteria
2 Evening Student
Appreciation,
5-6:30pm, Student
Center
4 First Friday Concert,
7pm, Mildred E. Bastian
Theatre
16
WEEKLY PLANNER
3
THURSDAY
Meramec
1 Campus Resource and
Club Expo, 11am-1pm,
SC Quad, Library
Quad (Rain Location,
Cafeteria)
2 Campus Resource and
Club Expo, 11am-1pm,
SC Quad, Library
Quad (Rain Location,
Cafeteria)
4
FRIDAY
3 Student Activities
Council Meeting
and Info Session, All
Welcome, 2-3pm,
SC200
Wildwood
31 Lunch and Listen Event
12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
1 Club Fair, 10am-2pm,
lobby
2 Club Fair, 10am-2 pm,
lobby
SATURDAY
Labor Day Holiday
(COLLEGE CLOSED)
5
SUNDAY
Labor Day Holiday
(COLLEGE CLOSED)
6
3 Hot Topic and Current
Events, 12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
3 Open Mic Night,
6-9pm, Student
Commons
Archers
6 Women’s Soccer vs
Illinois Central,
Noon, M
NOTES:
17
September 2015
Florissant Valley
9 Road Trip to Success,
11am-Noon, MPR
7
MONDAY
Labor Day Holiday (COLLEGE CLOSED)
9 Welcome Back
Luncheon & Club/
Org. Expo, 11am-2pm,
Theater Portico
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
TUESDAY
8
WEDNESDAY
9
Patriot Day
Last day to be awarded a financial aid book account
Note:
The academic
calendar and deadlines
posted in this guide are
subject to change. For the
most current information,
visit stlcc.edu/MySTLCC
18
WEEKLY PLANNER
10
THURSDAY
Meramec
8 Student Government
Information Session and
meeting, 2-3pm, SC200
Wildwood
8 Lunch and Listen Event,
12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
9 Artists & Apples*,
12:30-1:30pm,
MP Room A
11
FRIDAY
10 Lunch and Listen Event,
12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
10 Canterbury Recruitment
Meeting, 12:15-1:15pm
& 6-7:30pm, MP Room
11 In Remembrance of
9/11, Lobby & Student
Commons
SATURDAY
12
SUNDAY
13
11 Student Government
and Club Council
Information Meeting,
9-11am, Student
Commons
National Grandparents
Day
Archers
7 Volleyball vs. Lewis and
Clark, 7pm, M
8 Women’s Soccer vs
NEO A&M, 3pm, M
9 Volleyball vs. Jefferson,
7pm, M
10 Women’s Soccer vs
Maplewoods, 2:30pm,
M
NOTES:
12 Volleyball Tri-Match, M
STLCC vs. SWIC, 11am
SWIC vs. WMA, 1pm
STLCC vs. WMA, 3pm
13 Softball vs Kaskaskia,
1pm, M
19
September 2015
Florissant Valley
14 Focus On Success,
5-7pm, MPR
15 Focus On Success,
8am-2pm, 5-7pm, MPR
14
MONDAY
Rosh Hashana starts
12-week late-start classes begin
Final day to submit required financial aid
documentation for all late-start classes
16 Focus On Success,
8am-2pm, MPR
16 SGA Elections,
8am-7pm, SC Hallway
17 Constitution Day,
11am-Noon, SC
Hallway
17 SGA Elections,
8am-7pm, SC Hallway
15
TUESDAY
Rosh Hashana ends
18-19 Chalk for Peace
Forest Park
14-18 National Awareness
Week, 11am-1pm,
Highlander Lounge
17 Constitution Day,
11:30am-12:30pm, SC
WEDNESDAY
20
16
WEEKLY PLANNER
17
THURSDAY
Constitution Day
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Wildwood
18
FRIDAY
National POW/MIA Recognition Day
Last day to use the financial aid book account
15 Ageless Learning
Seminar: “Mrs. A
Lincoln”, 10-Noon,
MP Room
17 Constitution Day
Celebration Events,
Noon-3pm,
Lobby & MP Room
17 Career Exploration
Event, 6-7:30pm, TBA
SATURDAY
19
SUNDAY
20
Archers
17 Women’s Soccer vs
Lincoln, 3pm, M
Men’s Soccer vs East
Central, 4:30pm, FV
18 Softball vs St. Charles,
2pm, M
19 Men’s Soccer vs Lincoln
Christian, 4 pm, FV
20 Women’s Soccer vs
Waubonsee, Noon, M
NOTES:
21
September 2015
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
21
TUESDAY
22
WEDNESDAY
23
25-26 “No Exit,” 7:30pm,
Terry M. Fischer
Theatre
27 “No Exit,” 2pm,
Terry M. Fischer
Theatre
Forest Park
23 Club & Organization
Fair, 11:30am-1:30pm,
Cafeteria Stage
Yom Kippur
September Equinox
22
WEEKLY PLANNER
24
THURSDAY
Meramec
22 SGC Elections, 2-3pm,
SC 200
Wildwood
23 Fall Fun Fest,
11am-1:30pm, Student
Commons
24 Fall Fun Fest,
11am-1:30pm,
Student Commons
25
FRIDAY
24 Video Game Day,
1-4pm, MP Room
Archers
22 Volleyball vs.
Kaskaskia, 7pm, M
22 Men’s Soccer vs
Concordia, 4:30pm,
FV
26 Men’s Soccer vs
Crowder, 2pm, FV
SATURDAY
26
SUNDAY
NOTES:
23
27
September/October 2015
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
28
TUESDAY
29
WEDNESDAY
30
30 Blood Drive,
10am-3pm, MPR
2-3 “No Exit,” 7:30pm,
Terry M. Fischer
Theatre
Forest Park
29 Stop & Learn,
11:30am-1:30pm,
Café East
1 Chicago Figurative
Artists Group
Exhibition;
Opening reception,
4-6:30pm, Gallery of
Contemporary Art
2 First Friday Concert,
7pm, Mildred E. Bastian
Theatre
24
WEEKLY PLANNER
1
THURSDAY
Graduation application deadline
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Wildwood
FRIDAY
Withdrawal deadline for 1st 7-week and
1st 8-week classes
2
29 Lunch and Listen Event,
12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
1 Lunch and Listen Event,
12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
Archers
30 Volleyball vs. East
Central, 6:30pm, M
SATURDAY
3
SUNDAY
4
1 Women’s Soccer vs
Scott CC, 2:15pm, FV
Men’s Soccer vs Scott,
4:15pm, FV
3 Volleyball vs.
Metropolitan, Noon, M
4 Softball v Mineral Area
College, 2pm, M
NOTES:
25
October 2015
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
5
TUESDAY
6
WEDNESDAY
7
5 Brittany Jasin, Gallery
Talk/Reception, TBA,
Gallery ADMIN,
through Jan. 7, 2016
5 The Mural Project work
by the Screwed Arts
Collective, Reception
and artist talk, TBA,
6-8pm, Contemporary
Art Gallery, through
Oct. 29
7 Cancer Awareness
Lunch and Learn,
11am-12:30pm,
SC MPR
8 Phi Theta Kappa
Induction, 7pm,
Terry M. Fischer
Theatre
Forest Park
6 Blizzard of Bucks!,
Noon-1:30pm,
Cafeteria Stage
8 Student Solo Concert I,
11am, Mildred E.
Bastian Theatre
8 Stop & Learn,
11:30am-1:30pm,
Café East
26
WEEKLY PLANNER
8
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Wildwood
9
FRIDAY
5 Fall Food Drive Begins,
Campus Lobby, ends
on Oct. 23rd, Lobby
5 Ageless Learning
Seminar: Charles
Lindbergh - Hero and
Hypocrite, 10am-Noon,
MP Room
7 Artists & Apples
12:30-1:30pm,
MP Room
SATURDAY
10
SUNDAY
11
8 Blood Drive,
9am-3pm, MP Room
8 District Student
Government, Fall
Meeting, 6-8pm,
MP Room
Archers
6 Men’s Soccer vs
St. Charles, 4:30pm, FV
7 Women’s Soccer vs
Lewis & Clark, 4pm, M
8 Men’s Soccer vs
Hesston, 4pm, FV
NOTES:
27
October 2015
Florissant Valley
14 Evening Student
Appreciation, 5-7pm,
SC Cafeteria
12
MONDAY
Columbus Day
Forest Park
12 Faculty Exhibition;
Opening reception,
4-6:30pm, Gallery of
Contemporary Art
14 Spa Day, 10am-2pm,
Student Center
TUESDAY
13
WEDNESDAY
14
28
WEEKLY PLANNER
15
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
16
FRIDAY
Midterm
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
17
SUNDAY
18
14 Men’s Soccer vs SWIC,
4pm, FV
14 Volleyball vs. Webster,
7pm, M
NOTES:
29
October 2015
Florissant Valley
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
19 Stop & Learn,
11:30am-1:30pm,
SC-25
19
MONDAY
Midterm grades due
2nd 7-week classes begin (only available at SCEUC)
2nd 8-week classes begin
20
TUESDAY
All College Day (NO CLASSES)
WEDNESDAY
30
21
WEEKLY PLANNER
22
THURSDAY
Meramec
21 Majors Fair, 10am-1pm,
Cafeteria
23 Club Sponsored “Trunk
or Treat”, 5:30-8pm,
West Parking Lot near
SC
Wildwood
20 College Day, All Day,
8:30-5pm
23
FRIDAY
SATURDAY
24
SUNDAY
Make a Difference Day
NOTES:
31
25
23 Howl & Prowl
Celebration & Open
Mic Night, 5-9pm,
Lobby & Student
Commons (Final Fall
Food Drive collections
at event!)
October/November 2015
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
26
TUESDAY
27
WEDNESDAY
28
26 Cancer Mobile Van
Unit, TBA
27 Career and Employment
Services Fall 2015
Career and Networking
Fair, 10am-1pm, MPR
Forest Park
30 Safe Halloween,
11:30am-1pm,
Cafeteria
Spring 2016 priority web registration begins and
continues until November 3
Watch your my.stlcc.edu student email for your registration
date.
Note:
The academic
calendar and deadlines
posted in this guide are
subject to change. For the
most current information,
visit stlcc.edu/MySTLCC
32
WEEKLY PLANNER
29
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
30
FRIDAY
Wildwood
27 Ageless Learning
Seminar: Brian
Mechanisms of 3
Dimensional Visual
Perception, 2-4pm,
MP Room
29 Lunch and Listen Event,
12:15-9pm,
MP Room
29 PTK Induction,
6:30-9pm, MP Room
SATURDAY
Halloween
31
SUNDAY
1
Daylight Saving Time ends
STLCC’s priority
completion of FAFSA for
spring semester
Board of Trustees
Scholarships application
priority deadline for
spring 2016
NOTES:
33
Archers
30-31 Men’s Soccer
Regionals, TBA, FV
31 Men’s Basketball
vs. Lewis and Clark
Community College,
1pm, FP
November 2015
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
2
TUESDAY
3
6-7 “Decision Height,”
7:30pm, Terry M.
Fischer Theatre
8 “Decision Height,”
2pm, Terry M. Fischer
Theatre
Forest Park
6 First Friday Concert,
7pm, Mildred E. Bastian
Theatre
Election Day
Spring 2016 priority web registration ends
WEDNESDAY
4
First day to sign up for automatic payment plan for
Spring 2016
Spring 2016 web and on-campus registration begins
34
WEEKLY PLANNER
5
THURSDAY
MCCA-SG—Student Government Conference
Lake of the Ozarks
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
6
FRIDAY
Meramec
MCCA-SG—Student Government Conference
Lake of the Ozarks
Wildwood
2 Lunch and Listen Event,
12:15-12:45pm, MP
Room
4 Artist and Apples,
12:30-1:30pm,
MP Room
4 Career Exploration
Event, 6-7:30pm,
MP Room
Archers
SATURDAY
7
SUNDAY
MCCA-SG—Student
Government
Conference
Lake of the Ozarks
NOTES:
35
8
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
November 2015
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
9
TUESDAY
10
WEDNESDAY
11
9 It’s a Wonderful,
Patched Together
Life-Work by Rick
and Brenda Beerhorst,
Reception and artist
talk, TBA, 6-8pm,
Contemporary Art
Gallery, through Dec. 10
11 Veterans’ Day,
SC Hallway
13-14 “Decision Height,”
7:30pm, Terry M.
Fischer Theatre
Forest Park
10 Native Pride Dancers,
Noon-1:30pm,
Cafeteria Stage
11 Veterans’ Day,
11:30am-1pm, Student
Center
Veterans Day
36
WEEKLY PLANNER
12
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
FRIDAY
Withdrawal deadline for 12-week and 16-week
classes
13
Wildwood
9 Lunch and Listen
Event: Honoring Our
Veteran’s,12:1512:45pm, MP Room
10 Ageless Learning
Seminar: Neurology
of Bird & Human
Vocalization,2-4pm,
MP Room
10 Audition for “It’s a
Wonderful Life”,
7-9pm, TBA
SATURDAY
14
SUNDAY
15
11 Veterans’ Day Ceremony,
8-8:30am, Front Patio/
Flag Pole
11 Veterans’ Day Speakers
12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
12 Lunch and Listen Event,
12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
12 Video Game Day,
1-4pm, MP Room
12 Open Mic Night,
6-9pm, Student
Commons
NOTES:
Archers
14 Women’s Basketball vs.
Rend Lake College,
1pm, FP
37
November 2015
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
16
TUESDAY
17
WEDNESDAY
18
18 Jazz Concert, 7pm,
Terry M. Fischer
Theatre
19 Banking Day Lunch
& Learn, 11am-2pm,
Cafeteria
20 Deadline for African
American History
Celebration (AAHC)
Submissions to
Dwayne Morgan,
4:30 pm
22 Florissant Valley
Orchestra Concert,
3pm, Terry M. Fischer
Theatre
Forest Park
19 Great American Smoke
Out, 10:30am-1:30pm,
Student Center
38
WEEKLY PLANNER
19
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
20
FRIDAY
Wildwood
16 International Week,
Lobby (Nov. 16-20)
16 Lunch and Listen Event:
Exploring “Fair Trade”,
12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
19 Old News Boy Day,
5:30-9am, Route 109
SATURDAY
21
SUNDAY
22
19 Home School
Engagement and
Information Event,
6:30-8:30pm, MP
Room
20 International Week:
Closing Celebration
Events, Lobby &
Student Commons
Archers
20 & 21 Men’s Basketball
vs. Mid-South
Community College,
7pm, FP
NOTES:
39
November 2015
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
23
TUESDAY
24
WEDNESDAY
25
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Fall Semester Break (NO CLASSES)
Withdrawal deadline for 2nd 7-week classes and
2nd 8-week classes
40
WEEKLY PLANNER
26
THURSDAY
Thanksgiving Day (COLLEGE CLOSED)
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
27
FRIDAY
Meramec
Thanksgiving Holiday (COLLEGE CLOSED)
Wildwood
23 Toy Drive, Lobby (Nov.
23-Dec. 11)
23 Faculty Art Show,
Student Commons &
Lobby, Featured Nov.
23 - Dec. 11
Archers
24 Women’s Basketball vs.
TBA, 5:30pm, FP
SATURDAY
28
Thanksgiving Holiday
(COLLEGE CLOSED)
SUNDAY
Thanksgiving Holiday
(COLLEGE CLOSED)
NOTES:
41
29
24 Men’s Basketball vs.
State Fair Community
College, 7pm, FP
November/December 2015
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
30
TUESDAY
1
WEDNESDAY
2
1 Tree Trimming Party,
2-3pm, MPR
Forest Park
1 World AIDS Day,
10:30am-2pm,
Café East & SC-25
1 Student Solo Concert II,
11am, Mildred E.
Bastian Theatre
2 Success Tips,
11:30am-1:30pm,
Student Center
4-6 Dr. Zirkle’s PG-13
Christmas Musical,
7pm, Mildred E. Bastian
Theatre
42
WEEKLY PLANNER
3
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
4
FRIDAY
Wildwood
30 Lunch and Listen Event,
12:15-12:45pm, MP
Room
1 “World AIDS Day
Awareness” Events:
12:15-12:45pm special
program, in MP Room,
Additional in Lobby &
Student Commons
1 Toy Drive (Ends Dec.
11), Lobby
SATURDAY
5
SUNDAY
6
4 Winter Radio Play:
“It’s A Wonderful Life!”,
7-9pm, MP Room
Archers
4 Women’s Basketball vs.
TBA, 5:30pm, FP
1 Men’s Basketball vs.
Washington University
JV, 7pm, FP
6 Men’s Basketball
Shootout vs Danville
Area Community
College, 4pm, FP
NOTES:
43
December 2015
Florissant Valley
8 PTK 3rd Annual Kazoo
Band Concert, 2pm,
In front of PDR-A
7
MONDAY
Pearl Harbor Rememberance Day
First day of Hanukkah
9 Relaxation Fair,
11am-2pm, QSA
10 Florissant Valley Choral
Concert, 7pm, Terry M.
Fischer Theatre
Forest Park
8 Student Solo and
Ensemble, 7pm,
Mildred E. Bastian
Theatre
TUESDAY
8
WEDNESDAY
9
10 Winter Celebration!
11:30am-1pm,
Cafeteria Stage
Financial aid deadline for priority awarding for spring
semester
44
WEEKLY PLANNER
10
THURSDAY
Meramec
9 S.A.C. sponsored
#stressless activity,
11am-1pm, SC
Wildwood
8 Lunch and Listen Event,
12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
11
FRIDAY
Payment deadline for Spring 2016
10 Lunch and Listen Event,
12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
10 Holiday Open Mic
Night, 6-9pm, Student
Commons
Archers
8
SATURDAY
12
SUNDAY
Last day of semester
classes
NOTES:
45
13
Men’s Basketball
vs Missouri State
University – West
Plains, 7pm, FP
13 Women’s Basketball
STLCC Classic, FP
STLCC vs. Lake Land,
Noon
Illinois Central vs.
Kansas City, 2pm
Jefferson College vs.
TBA, 4pm
December 2015
Florissant Valley
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
14
MONDAY
Last day of Hanukkah
Final exams
15
TUESDAY
Final exams
WEDNESDAY
Final exams
Note:
The academic
calendar and deadlines
posted in this guide are
subject to change. For the
most current information,
visit stlcc.edu/MySTLCC
46
16
WEEKLY PLANNER
17
THURSDAY
Final exams
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
18
FRIDAY
Final exams
SATURDAY
Final exams
Meramec
19
SUNDAY
Final exams
20
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
15 Women’s Basketball vs.
Mid-South Community
College, 5:30pm, FP
15 Men’s Basketball
vs. Lincoln College,
7:30pm, FP
17 Women’s Basketball vs.
Mineral Area College,
5:30pm, FP
17 Men’s Basketball vs.
Mineral Area College,
7:30pm, FP
NOTES:
47
December 2015
Florissant Valley
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
21
MONDAY
Grades due
22
TUESDAY
December Solstice
Official degree conferral
WEDNESDAY
Last day college open until Jan. 4, 2016
48
23
WEEKLY PLANNER
24
THURSDAY
Christmas Eve
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Winter Break (COLLEGE CLOSED)
25
FRIDAY
Meramec
Christmas
Winter Break (COLLEGE CLOSED)
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
Kwanzaa begins
Winter Break
(COLLEGE CLOSED)
26
SUNDAY
Winter Break
(COLLEGE CLOSED)
NOTES:
49
27
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
December 2015/ January 2016
Florissant Valley
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
28
MONDAY
Winter Break (COLLEGE CLOSED)
29
TUESDAY
Winter Break (COLLEGE CLOSED)
WEDNESDAY
Winter Break (COLLEGE CLOSED)
50
30
WEEKLY PLANNER
31
THURSDAY
New Year’s Eve
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Winter Break (COLLEGE CLOSED)
1
FRIDAY
Meramec
New Year’s Day
Kwanzaa ends
File the FAFSA as soon as possible after January 1
Winter Break (COLLEGE CLOSED)
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
Winter Break
(COLLEGE CLOSED)
2
SUNDAY
Winter Break
(COLLEGE CLOSED)
NOTES:
51
3
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
January 2016
Florissant Valley
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
4
MONDAY
Financial aid book accounts open
TUESDAY
5
WEDNESDAY
6
52
WEEKLY PLANNER
7
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year. For more
information visit stlcc.edu/
campuslife or stop by the
Campus Life office: Student
Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
8
FRIDAY
Wildwood
5 New Student
Orientation,
1-3pm, MP Room
6 New Student
Orientation,
6-8pm, MP Room
7 New Student
Orientation,
10am-Noon, MP Room
SATURDAY
9
SUNDAY
10
7 New Student
Orientation/Dual
Enrolled,
6-8pm, MP Room
Archers
4
NOTES:
53
Men’s Basketball vs.
Kansas City Community
College, 3pm, FP
January 2016
Florissant Valley
11
MONDAY
Service days
11 New Student
Orientation,
10am-1pm, PDRA
11 Mary Dorsey and
Jane Linders, Gallery
Talk/Reception, TBA,
Gallery ADMIN,
through Apr. 7
12 New Student
Orientation,
10am-1pm, PDRA
13 New Student
Orientation,
10am-1pm, PDRA
14 New Student
Orientation,
10am-1pm, PDRA
12
TUESDAY
Service days
Last day to submit appeal for
financial aid for spring semester
15 New Student
Orientation,
10am-1pm, PDRA
Forest Park
12 New Student
Orientation,
10:30am-1pm,
Academic Support
Center (L-024)
WEDNESDAY
Service days
14 New Student
Orientation,
10:30am-1pm,
Academic Support
Center (L-024)
54
13
WEEKLY PLANNER
14
THURSDAY
Service days
Meramec
11 New Student
Orientation,
10am-12:30pm, SC201
12 New Student
Orientation,
1-3:30 pm, SC201
13 New Student
Orientation,
3-5:30pm, SC201
Wildwood
15
FRIDAY
Service days
Registration for senior citizens using Missouri
Senior Scholarship begins
15 Student Government
& Club Council Spring
Semester KickOff
Meeting, 9-11am, 105K
Archers
13 Women’s Basketball
vs. Lincoln Land
Community College,
5:30pm, FP
SATURDAY
16
SUNDAY
NOTES:
55
17
13 Men’s Basketball
vs. Lincoln Land
Community College,
7:30pm, FP
January 2016
Florissant Valley
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
19-22 Welcome Week,
10am-2pm, Student
Center
21 MLK Celebration,
Civil Rights Letters &
Speeches Remembered,
11am-1pm, Café East
21 Celebration of
African American
History Month;
Opening reception,
4-6:30pm, Gallery of
Contemporary Art
18
MONDAY
Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday (COLLEGE CLOSED)
TUESDAY
Semester begins; 16-week, 1st 7-week (only
available at SCEUC) and 1st 8-week classes;
19
Web registration continues for 12-week, 2nd
7-week (only available at SCEUC), and 2nd 8-week
classes
Final day to submit required financial aid
documentation for spring semester 16-week classes
WEDNESDAY
56
20
WEEKLY PLANNER
21
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
22
FRIDAY
Wildwood
21 Honoring MLK Event
speaker, Noon-1pm,
MP Room
Archers
20 Women’s Basketball vs.
TBA, 5:30pm, FP
SATURDAY
23
Saturday classes begin
SUNDAY
Sunday classes begin
NOTES:
57
24
23 Women’s Basketball
vs. Metropolitan
Community CollegePenn Valley, 1pm, FP
23 Men’s Basketball
vs. Metropolitan
Community CollegePenn Valley, TBA, FP
January 2016
Florissant Valley
25 Annual High School Art
Exhibition, through Feb.
18, Closing reception
and art department
open house, Feb19,
6-8pm, Contemporary
Art Gallery
25
MONDAY
Web registration ends full-term classes
28 New Student Luncheon
Club/Org. Expo,
SC MPR, 11am-2pm
29 College Organization
Leadership Training
(COLT), Trout Lodge
TUESDAY
26
WEDNESDAY
27
30 College Organization
Leadership Training
(COLT), Trout Lodge
Forest Park
26 Evening Student
Appreciation,
5-6:30pm, Student
Center
28 Club & Organization
Fair, 11:30am-1:30pm,
Cafeteria Stage
29 College Organization
Leadership Training
(COLT), Trout Lodge
30 College Organization
Leadership Training
(COLT), Trout Lodge
58
WEEKLY PLANNER
28
THURSDAY
Meramec
26 Campus Resource and
Club Expo, 11am-1pm,
SC Cafeteria, Lobby
27 Campus Resource and
Club Expo, 11am-1pm,
SC Cafeteria, Lobby
29 College Organization
Leadership Training
(COLT), Trout Lodge
29
FRIDAY
30 College Organization
Leadership Training
(COLT), Trout Lodge
Wildwood
26 Club Fair, 10am-2 pm,
Lobby
27 Club Fair, 10am-2 pm,
Lobby
28 Back to School
Ping Pong Poe
Tournament,
Noon-2pm, MP Room
SATURDAY
30
SUNDAY
31
29 College Organization
Leadership Training
(COLT), Trout Lodge
30 College Organization
Leadership Training
(COLT), Trout Lodge
Archers
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
NOTES:
59
February 2016
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
1
TUESDAY
2
3 African American
History Celebration
(AAHC) Kick-Off
Celebration,
11am-1pm, MPR
8 Focus On Success,
5-7pm, MPR
Forest Park
2 African American
History & Culture
Celebration (AAHCC)/
Black History Kick-off,
11:30am-1:30pm,
Cafeteria
Groundhog Day
4 Go Red for Women,
11:30am-1pm, Student
Center
5 First Friday Concert,
7pm, Mildred E. Bastian
Theatre
WEDNESDAY
Note:
The academic
calendar and deadlines
posted in this guide are
subject to change. For the
most current information,
visit stlcc.edu/MySTLCC
60
3
WEEKLY PLANNER
4
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
5
FRIDAY
Wildwood
1 Food Drive Begins,
Lobby, Runs thru Feb. 19
2 Lunch and Listen Event,
Celebrating Black
History Month,
12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
3 Artists & Apples,
12:30pm-1:30pm, MP
Room
SATURDAY
6
SUNDAY
7
Archers
3 Women’s Basketball vs.
TBA, 5:30pm, FP
3 Men’s Basketball
vs. Missouri State
University - West
Plains, 7:30pm, FP
6 Women’s Basketball vs.
North Central Missouri
College, 1pm, FP
NOTES:
61
February 2016
Florissant Valley
9 Focus On Success,
8am-2pm, 5-7pm, MPR
10 Focus On Success,
8-2pm, MPR
8
MONDAY
Chinese New Year
12-week late-start classes begin
Final day to submit required financial aid
documentation for all late-start classes
11 African American
History Celebration,
(AAHC) Event (TBD),
MPR
12-13 “A Midsummer
Night’s Dream,”
7:30pm, Terry M.
Fischer Theatre
14 “A Midsummer Night’s
Dream,” 2pm, Terry M.
Fischer Theatre
9
TUESDAY
Mardi Gras
Forest Park
9 Stop & Learn,
11:30am-1:30pm,
Café East
11 Sweets & Treats,
11:30am-1pm,
Student Center
WEDNESDAY
10
Ash Wednesday
Last day to be awarded financial aid book account
62
WEEKLY PLANNER
11
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
12
FRIDAY
Last day to use financial aid book account
Wildwood
9 Lunch and Listen Event,
Celebrating Black
History Month,
12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
11 Career Exploration
Event, 6-7:30pm, TBA
Archers
SATURDAY
13
SUNDAY
Valentine’s Day
14
10 Women’s Basketball vs.
Cottey College,
5:30pm, FP
10 Men’s Basketball
vs. Three Rivers
Community College,
7:30pm, FP
13 Women’s Basketball
vs. Wentworth Military
Academy, 1pm, FP
13 Men’s Basketball vs.
Wentworth Military
Academy, TBA, FP
NOTES:
63
February 2016
Florissant Valley
15
MONDAY
Presidents Day (COLLEGE CLOSED)
17 African American
History Celebration
(AAHC) Event (TBD),
MPR
19-20 “A Midsummer
Night’s Dream,”
7:30pm, Terry M.
Fischer Theatre
Forest Park
17 Stop & Learn,
11:30am-1pm,
Café East
TUESDAY
16
WEDNESDAY
17
64
WEEKLY PLANNER
18
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
19
FRIDAY
Wildwood
18 Open Mic Night,
6-9pm, Student
Commons
Archers
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
SATURDAY
20
SUNDAY
NOTES:
65
21
February 2016
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
22
TUESDAY
23
WEDNESDAY
24
25 African American
History Celebration
(AAHC) Event (TBD),
MPR
25 Phi Theta Kappa
Induction, 7pm, Terry
M. Fischer Theatre
Forest Park
25 Jabali Afrika, Noon1:30pm, Cafeteria Stage
25-27 All in the Timing,
8pm, Mildred E. Bastian
Theatre
28 All in the Timing, 3pm,
Mildred E. Bastian
Theatre
66
WEEKLY PLANNER
25
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
26
FRIDAY
Withdrawal deadline for 1st 7-week and
1st 8-week classes
Wildwood
23 Lunch and Listen Event:
Celebrating the African
American Voice,
12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
25 Black History Month
special presentation,
12:30-1:30pm,
MP Room
SATURDAY
27
SUNDAY
28
Archers
27 Baseball vs. Milwaukee
Tech (DH) Noon, MC
28 Baseball vs. Milwaukee
Tech (DH) Noon, MC
NOTES:
67
February/March 2016
Florissant Valley
29
MONDAY
Leap Day
29 Work by Sue Eisler,
through Apr. 7,
Reception and artist
talk, Mar. 3, 6-8pm,
Contemporary Art
Gallery
29 Jazz Concert, 7pm,
Terry M. Fischer
Theatre
6 Florissant Valley
Orchestra Concert,
3pm, Terry M. Fischer
Theatre
1
TUESDAY
Graduation application deadline for spring
Forest Park
3
Student Solo Concert I,
11am, Mildred E.
Bastian Theatre
3 High School
Art Exhibition;
Opening reception,
4-6:30pm, Gallery of
Contemporary Art
4
First Friday Concert,
7pm, Mildred E. Bastian
Theatre
WEDNESDAY
68
2
WEEKLY PLANNER
3
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
4
FRIDAY
Wildwood
29 ECO Art Show Exhibit,
MP Room, (Show
displayed Feb. 29 March 4)
1 Lunch and Listen Event,
Women’s History
Month feature,
12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
SATURDAY
5
SUNDAY
6
Archers
3 Baseball vs SWIC (DH)
Noon, MC
TBA Men’s Basketball
District II Tournament,
Time TBA, FP
NOTES:
69
March 2016
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
7
TUESDAY
8
WEDNESDAY
9
9 Caribbean Fest,
11:30am-1:30pm, MPR
10 PTK 3rd Annual “Tell
Me a Story”-Women’s
History Month,
11am-2pm, Terry M.
Fischer Theatre
12-15 American
Student Association
of Community
Colleges (ASACC)
National Student
Advocacy Conference,
Washington D.C.
Forest Park
8 Save A Life Tour,10am4pm, Student Center
10 Spa Day, 11am-3pm,
Café East
70
WEEKLY PLANNER
10
THURSDAY
Meramec
10 Spring Career Fair,
9am-2:30pm, Meramec
Gymnasium
Wildwood
8 Lunch and Listen Event,
Women’s History Month
feature, 12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
10 Experience STLCC Night,
6:30-8:30pm, MP Room
11
FRIDAY
Midterm
Archers
8 Baseball vs Ridgewater
(DH) 1pm, M
9 Baseball vs Ridgewater
(DH) 1pm, M
SATURDAY
12
SUNDAY
Daylight Saving Time
begins
NOTES:
71
13
March 2016
Florissant Valley
15 American Student
Association of
Community Colleges
(ASACC) National
Student Advocacy
Conference,
Washington D.C.
14
MONDAY
Midterm grades due
Spring Break (NO CLASSES)
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8 m-4:30pm
15
TUESDAY
Spring Staff Development Day (selected offices closed)
Spring Break (NO CLASSES)
WEDNESDAY
Spring Break (NO CLASSES)
Note:
The academic
calendar and deadlines
posted in this guide are
subject to change. For the
most current information,
visit stlcc.edu/MySTLCC
72
16
WEEKLY PLANNER
17
THURSDAY
St. Patrick’s Day
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Spring Break (NO CLASSES)
18
FRIDAY
Spring Break/Holiday (COLLEGE CLOSED)
SATURDAY
19
SUNDAY
Meramec
20
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
Vernal Equinox
Palm Sunday
15 Baseball vs. Rend Lake
(DH), 1pm, M
Spring Break
(NO CLASSES)
Spring Break
(NO CLASSES)
17 Baseball vs. Jefferson
(DH),1pm, M
19 Softball vs Cottey, 1pm,
M
NOTES:
73
March 2016
Florissant Valley
23 Career and Employment
Services Spring 2016
Career and Networking
Fair, 10am-1pm, MPR
21
MONDAY
2nd 8-week classes begin;
2nd 7-week classes (only available at SCEUC) begin
24 Women’s History
Month, Lunch and
Learn
Forest Park
24 Spring Music Festival,
11:30am-2pm, Student
Center
TUESDAY
22
WEDNESDAY
23
74
WEEKLY PLANNER
24
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Wildwood
25
FRIDAY
22 Lunch and Listen Event,
Women’s History
Month feature,
12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
23 Auditions for Spring
Play, 5:30-9pm,
MP Room
24 Auditions for Spring
Play & Call Backs,
5:30-9pm,
MP Room
SATURDAY
26
SUNDAY
Easter Sunday
27
25 3rd Annual March
Muster, 8am-Noon,
MP Room
Archers
22 Softball vs East Central,
2pm, M
24 Baseball vs. St. Charles
(DH), 1pm, M
NOTES:
75
March/April 2016
Florissant Valley
28
MONDAY
Summer 2016 web and on-campus registration begins
29 SGA Meeting, 1pm,
PDR-C
Forest Park
1
First Friday Concert,
7pm, Mildred E. Bastian
Theatre
TUESDAY
29
WEDNESDAY
30
76
WEEKLY PLANNER
31
THURSDAY
Meramec
30 Transfer Fair,
10am-1pm, Cafeteria
Wildwood
31 Video Game Day,
1-4pm, MP Room
31 Open Mic Night,
6-9pm, Student
Commons
1
FRIDAY
FAFSA filing date for state grant programs
Archers
1 Softball vs Kaskaskia,
2pm, M
Board of Trustees Scholarships application priority
deadline for summer and fall 2016
2 Baseball vs North
Central, TBA, M
3 Baseball vs North
Central, TBA, M
SATURDAY
2
SUNDAY
NOTES:
77
3
April 2016
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
4
TUESDAY
5
WEDNESDAY
6
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student
Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7 pm
Fri 8 am-4:30pm
Forest Park
5 National Poetry
Month Celebration,
11:30am-1:30pm,
Student Center
Fall 2016 priority web registration begins and
continues until April 12
Watch your my.stlcc.edu student email for your
registration date.
78
WEEKLY PLANNER
7
THURSDAY
Meramec
4-6 Meramec Writing
Festival; Co-Fusion:
Echoes in the Arts. Two
to three-day festival
featuring a variety of
guest speakers and
campus activities.
Wildwood
8
FRIDAY
5 Lunch and Listen Event:
“The Spoken Word”
honoring National
Poetry Month,
12:30 - 1:30pm,
MP Room
Archers
5 Softball vs Mineral
Area, 2pm, M
6 Softball vs Lewis &
Clark, 2pm, M
SATURDAY
9
SUNDAY
NOTES:
79
10
7 Softball vs Jefferson
College, 2pm, M
April 2016
MONDAY
11
Forest Park
TUESDAY
12
14 Afro-Caribbean
Fest (Sun Fest),
11:30am-1:30pm,
Cafeteria
Fall 2016 priority web registration ends
Florissant Valley
11 Art Exhibit, Gallery
Talk/Reception, TBA,
Gallery ADMIN,
through Jul. 7
15-16 “Too Much Sun,”
7:30pm, Terry M.
Fischer Theatre
17 “Too Much Sun,”
2pm, Terry M. Fischer
Theatre
15 Annual Student
Exhibition,
Opening reception,
6-8:30pm, Gallery of
Contemporary Art
WEDNESDAY
Fall 2016 web and on-campus registration begins
80
13
WEEKLY PLANNER
14
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Wildwood
15
FRIDAY
Tax Day
Withdrawal deadline for 16-week and
12-week classes
12 Lunch and Listen Event:
National Donate Life
Month feature,
12:30-1:30pm,
MP Room
13 Apples & Artists,
12:30pm-1:30pm,
MP Room
14 Open Mic Night,
6-9pm, Student
Commons
SATURDAY
16
SUNDAY
17
Archers
13 Softball vs Heartland,
2pm, M
NOTES:
81
April 2016
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
18
TUESDAY
19
WEDNESDAY
20
10 It’s a Wonderful,
Patched Together Life
Work by Rick and
Brenda Beerhorst,
through May 6, Closing
reception, May 6,
6-8pm, Contemporary
Art Gallery
22-23 “Too Much Sun,”
7:30pm, Terry M.
Fischer Theatre
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8 m-4:30pm
82
WEEKLY PLANNER
21
THURSDAY
Meramec
22 Disability Awareness
Day, Speaker, 10am,
Theater
Awards Ceremony,
11am, Theater,
Reception to follow
Wildwood
22
FRIDAY
Earth Day
18 Student Art Exhibit,
Lobby & Student
Commons, (Show
displayed April 18 May 6)
20 Spring Fling, Lobby &
Student Commons
21 Spring Fling, Lobby &
Student Commons
21 Career Exploration
Event, 6-7:30 pm, TBA
SATURDAY
23
SUNDAY
First day of Passover
24
Archers
19 Softball vs St. Charles,
2pm, M
21 Baseball vs Mineral
Area, TBA, M
NOTES:
83
April/May 2016
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
25
TUESDAY
26
WEDNESDAY
27
1 Florissant Valley
Orchestra Concert,
3pm, Terry M. Fischer
Theatre
Forest Park
28 Student Solo Concert II,
11am, Mildred E.
Bastian Theatre
Administrative Professionals Day
Note:
The academic
calendar and deadlines
posted in this guide are
subject to change. For the
most current information,
visit stlcc.edu/MySTLCC
84
WEEKLY PLANNER
28
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
29
FRIDAY
Withdrawal deadline for 2nd 7-week and
2nd 8-week classes
Wildwood
29 Spring Play
Performance,
5-9pm, MP Room
(Show time 7pm)
30 Spring Play
Performance,
5-9pm, MP Room
(Show time 7pm)
Archers
SATURDAY
30
SUNDAY
Last day of Passover
STLCC’s priority
completion of FAFSA
for fall semester
NOTES:
85
1
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
May 2016
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
2
TUESDAY
3
WEDNESDAY
4
5 Florissant Valley Choral
Concert, 7pm, Terry M.
Fischer Theatre
Forest Park
3 Student Solo and
Ensemble Concert,
7pm, Mildred E. Bastian
Theatre
6 First Friday Concert,
7pm, Mildred E. Bastian
Theatre
86
WEEKLY PLANNER
5
THURSDAY
Cinco de Mayo
Meramec
4 Student Activities
Council Sponsored
#stressless Activity,
11am-1pm, SC Quad
(Rain Location, SC
Lobby)
Wildwood
6
FRIDAY
3 Lunch and Listen Event,
12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
5 Lunch and Listen Event:
Celebrating Cinco de
Mayo, 12:15-12:45pm,
MP Room
7 Annual Eco Recycling
Event w/ City of
Wildwood, 8am-Noon,
Campus Front Upper
Parking Lot
SATURDAY
7
SUNDAY
Mother’s Day
Last day of semester
classes
NOTES:
87
8
Archers
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
May 2016
Florissant Valley
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
9
MONDAY
Final exams
10
TUESDAY
Final exams
WEDNESDAY
Final exams
88
11
WEEKLY PLANNER
12
THURSDAY
Final exams
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
13
FRIDAY
Final exams
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
Final exams
14
SUNDAY
Final exams
NOTES:
89
15
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
May 2016
Florissant Valley
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
16
MONDAY
Intersession begins (3-week summer classes)
TUESDAY
17
WEDNESDAY
18
Grades due
90
WEEKLY PLANNER
19
THURSDAY
Official degree conferral
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
20
FRIDAY
Wildwood
19 Open Mic Night,
6-9pm, Student
Commons
Archers
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
SATURDAY
21
SUNDAY
Commencement
(Tentative)
NOTES:
91
22
May 2016
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
23
TUESDAY
24
WEDNESDAY
25
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
92
WEEKLY PLANNER
26
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
27
FRIDAY
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
28
SUNDAY
NOTES:
93
29
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
May/June 2016
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
30
TUESDAY
31
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
WEDNESDAY
94
1
WEEKLY PLANNER
2
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year. For more
information visit stlcc.edu/
campuslife or stop by the
Campus Life office: Student
Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
3
FRIDAY
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year. For more
information visit stlcc.edu/
campuslife or stop by the
Campus Life office: Student
Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
4
SUNDAY
NOTES:
95
5
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics/.
#STLCCArchers
June 2016
Florissant Valley
8-11 “An Evening of OneActs,” 7:30pm, Terry M.
Fischer Theatre
6
MONDAY
D-Day
Ramadan begins
Summer term begins
12 “An Evening of OneActs,” 2pm, Terry M.
Fischer Theatre
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
TUESDAY
7
WEDNESDAY
8
Note:
The academic
calendar and deadlines
posted in this guide are
subject to change. For the
most current information,
visit stlcc.edu/MySTLCC
96
WEEKLY PLANNER
9
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
10
FRIDAY
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
11
SUNDAY
NOTES:
97
12
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
June 2016
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
13
TUESDAY
14
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Flag Day
WEDNESDAY
98
15
WEEKLY PLANNER
16
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
17
FRIDAY
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
18
SUNDAY
Father’s Day
NOTES:
99
19
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
June 2016
Florissant Valley
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
20
MONDAY
Summer Solstice
Graduation application deadline for summer
TUESDAY
21
WEDNESDAY
22
100
WEEKLY PLANNER
23
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
24
FRIDAY
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
25
SUNDAY
NOTES:
101
26
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
June/July 2016
Florissant Valley
MONDAY
27
TUESDAY
28
WEDNESDAY
29
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
102
WEEKLY PLANNER
30
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
1
FRIDAY
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
Independence Day
Holiday
(COLLEGE CLOSED)
2
SUNDAY
Independence Day
Holiday
(COLLEGE CLOSED)
NOTES:
103
3
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
July 2016
Florissant Valley
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
4
MONDAY
Independence Day Holiday (COLLEGE CLOSED)
TUESDAY
5
WEDNESDAY
6
104
WEEKLY PLANNER
7
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
8
FRIDAY
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
9
SUNDAY
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For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
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Florissant Valley
MONDAY
11
TUESDAY
12
WEDNESDAY
13
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
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THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
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FRIDAY
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
16
SUNDAY
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17
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
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Florissant Valley
MONDAY
18
TUESDAY
19
WEDNESDAY
20
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
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21
THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
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FRIDAY
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
23
SUNDAY
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24
For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
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Florissant Valley
MONDAY
25
TUESDAY
26
WEDNESDAY
27
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Forest Park
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Note:
The academic
calendar and deadlines
posted in this guide are
subject to change. For the
most current information,
visit stlcc.edu/MySTLCC
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THURSDAY
Meramec
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Center, 221
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
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FRIDAY
Wildwood
Campus Life sponsors a
number of programming
events throughout the
academic year.
For more information visit
stlcc.edu/campuslife or stop
by the Campus Life office:
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8am-7pm
Fri 8am-4:30pm
Archers
SATURDAY
30
SUNDAY
31
Last day of summer term
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For information on the
Archers sporting events,
visit stlcc.edu/Athletics
#STLCCArchers
Student Resources
Academic Resources
St. Louis Community College provides several types of on-campus assistance to students seeking
to improve their academic performance. Students can receive help with:
• Banner Self-Service and Blackboard
• Computer Use
• English as a Second Language
• Taking Notes
• Textbook Reading
• Time Management
• Understanding Course Materials
•Vocabulary
One-credit courses are offered in reading improvement and comprehension, vocabulary
development, note-taking and study skills. Experienced teachers with degrees in reading or other
related fields are available to assist students.
For specific information on services provided at each campus contact:
Florissant Valley: Student Success Center 314-513-4858
Forest Park: Academic Support Center 314-644-9267
Academic Center 314-984-7390
Meramec: Wildwood: Academic Support Center 636-422-2000
Academic Advising
Academic advisors provide students with accurate information that allows them to
consider options and make realistic, well-informed decisions regarding their educational
goals. Advisors assist students with planning courses that are consistent with their educational
goals as well as clarify requirements for degree and certificate completion. Advisors are
available by appointments, walk-in, phone or email.
Learning/Computer Labs
Each campus, the South County Education and University Center and the William J.
Harrison Education Center has general and program-specific labs for student use, such as
mathematics, science, information systems, engineering technology, speech writing, art and
design, social sciences, and more.
Students may check with their course instructors to determine what lab services are
available as well as hours of operation. Visit www.stlcc.edu/student_resources/academic_
resources/computer_labs.html for hours of operation and locations of the main computer labs.
Supplemental Instruction
Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academic assistance program that increases student
success through the use of group learning techniques. SI targets courses that are traditionally
difficult for students to pass; those that have high rates of D’s, F’s, and withdrawals. SI does
not identify high-risk students, but high-risk courses. Once these courses are identified, an SI
leader is assigned to provide regularly scheduled out-of-class, peer-facilitated study sessions.
SI is open to all students in the class; it is not remedial and it begins the first week of class,
before students encounter academic problems.
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Transition to College
A number of options are available to help you make a successful transition to college.
Meramec, Florissant Valley and Wildwood campuses offer free half-day student success
orientation sessions prior to the start of the fall semester, registration information is available
at www.stlcc.edu/orientation.
Tutoring
Peer and/or professional tutoring is available to students on all four campuses for various
subjects.
Writing Centers
The Writing Centers on each campus have fully-trained staff members available to critique
papers, offer grammar assistance, assist with research and answer questions.
Campus Services
Access Office – disAbility Support Services
The Access office offers support to students who have documented temporary or
permanent disabilities. The Access office provides the following services: individual advising
and counseling; coordination of needed classroom accommodations; interpreters, readers
and writers; consultation with faculty and staff members regarding accommodations needs;
and liaison with community professionals and agencies. To qualify for services, students
must self-identify to the Access office and provide written documentation of disability from a
qualified professional or agency. This should be done at least six weeks prior to the beginning
of each semester to ensure that accommodations can be in place when classes begin. For
more information, see www.stlcc.edu/disAbility or call the Access office at the campus of
your choice.
Bookstore
St. Louis Community College operates campus stores at the four campuses and two
education centers. They offer books and supplies to support student success as well as
apparel, gift items, snacks and beverages. Academic discounts on computers and software
are also available for students, faculty and staff through the stores and online at
www.stlcc.edu/student_resources/bookstores.html.
Students can find information for their required textbooks via the campus bookstore
website under the “buy textbooks” tab and purchase their books in the stores or online. The
online bookstores offer students the option of ordering books for pickup at the bookstore or
for direct shipping.
Buy Back
Book buyback is offered at the end of each semester during exam week. The stores
list the approximate value of the projected buyback titles about two weeks before the
event. Eligibility and buy back value is based upon the textbooks requirements of the
upcoming semester. The buyback value of your used textbooks will be credited to
your STLCC OneCard. Visit your online bookstore at www.stlcc.edu/student_resources/
bookstores.html for more information.
Rental
Rental textbooks are available in the stores for a number of classes. Students must
guarantee the rental with a major credit card.
Swap
Students may buy and sell textbooks directly from other STLCC students via the
campus bookstore website. Students may submit listings to the Bookstore Textbook
Swap for textbooks they wish to sell, and search posted listings for those they wish to
buy.
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Campus Emergency
Students can receive notification in case of a campus emergency by registering for
the STLCC’s Emergency Notification System. Once signed up, students will received an
automated phone message regarding campus emergencies and natural/man-made disasters.
There is no charge for enrolling in this program, but standard incoming call charges would
apply if/when an emergency notification call is placed. Visit www.stlcc.edu/alerts for more
information on how to register.
STLCC Text Alert
You can receive important and urgent “alert” messages from St.
Louis Community College through the STLCCAlert Twitter account.
You do not need a Twitter account to sign up for this alert. Messages
and notifications will be sent by SMS to your cell phone.
It’s simple to sign up – simply text “Follow STLCCAlert” to 40404
from your mobile phone. Messages tweeted through this account will
be received as a text message on your phone. Your mobile plan’s text message rates will
apply. Or, you may scan the QR code to the left with your Smart Phone to activate your
STLCC Alert Twitter account.
Campus Police
If You See Something, Say Something
The primary purpose of the college police department is to create a secure and safe
environment for the college community through the protection of persons and property and
the preservation of peace and order on the campus. Campus police are able to assist students
with vehicle-related issues such as lockouts and jump-starts, as well as provide safety escorts
to their vehicles upon request. There is an emergency network of both external and internal
phones on all campuses to provide instantaneous, 24-hour availability for communication
with department personnel.
Campus police have access to local police agencies on an immediate basis to either report
a crime or request assistance. In addition to use of the phone systems, the college population
can also contact the campus police departments in person or in writing. Regardless of how
reported, the campus police will investigate all reported incidents. A copy of the college
crime report (Clery Act Report) is available online at www.stlcc.edu/student_resources/
campus_services/crime_statistics.html as well as St. Louis Community College’s current
campus policies regarding procedures and facilities for students and others to report criminal
actions or other emergencies occurring on campus.
Career and Employment Services
The Career and Employment Services (CES) offices on each campus provide services and
resources to assist students and alumni in finding full-time or part-time, on-campus or offcampus, internship or co-op, permanent, seasonal or temporary employment. CES also assists
employers who are looking for qualified applicants. The mission is to provide services and
programs that meet the career development and employment needs of students and alumni,
support the instructional needs of faculty, and serve employers in their recruitment and
staffing needs.
CES supports the instruction needs of faculty through workshops, career information and
more. Some of the resources provided are qualified staff; career assessments; workshops on
resumes and career planning; job search assistance; career research assistance; career and
job fairs; and eRecruiting, an online job search service. For more information, visit www.
stlcc.edu/student_resources/career_and_employment_services.
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Child Care
The St. Louis Community College operates a licensed child care center on its Florissant
Valley campus. The center provides affordable and convenient child care services for all
STLCC students with families who need part-time, short-term child care while they are in
class or for study hours. The center also cares for the children of faculty and staff as well as
children from the community at-large.
Visit www.stlcc.edu/fv/child_care_center to learn more about specific programs and
services, enrollment and fee information, hours of operation and center staff.
Copy Services
Coin-operated photocopy machines are available for student use in the Library and
Student Center.
Counseling
Professional counselors are available to assist students with educational, career and
personal concerns. They help students gain a clear understanding of their strengths,
identifying options and making choices. A variety of career interest and personality
assessments are available to students using counseling services. For more information, visit
www.stlcc.edu/student_resources/counseling.
Dental Services
Dental Hygiene students perform preventive services, including cleanings and X-rays for a
nominal fee at the Dental Clinic on the Forest Park Campus.
Food Services/Vending
Cafeterias are located at Florissant Valley, Forest Park and Meramec, offering breakfast, lunch,
dinner and snacks. The bookstores also provide a variety of “grab and go” snacks, including
sandwiches, salads and soups.
Cafeteria Hours
Monday - Thursday: 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
Friday: 7 a.m.-2 p.m.
Refunds
Soda machine refunds are available through the campus bookstore; snack machine
refunds operate through the cafe.
Instructional Resources/Library
Instructional Resources (IR) is a service division on each of the campuses dedicated to the
support of instruction, facilitation of learning and enhancement of the cultural environment.
The STLCC OneCard serves as a library card and is valid at all campus libraries. Materials can
be located by keyword, subject, author or title or other search strategies by using the STLCC
online catalog accessible at www.stlcc.edu/libraries. In addition to the books, electronic
books, electronic audiobooks, audiotapes, CDs, videotapes, DVDs and slides contained
in the library, there is a wide range of periodicals (magazines and journals) in both paper
and electronic form covering popular interests and research. Campus libraries also feature
computer workstations with Internet and email access, study areas, and paper and microform
copy machines. Reference faculty librarians are available to assist and answer research
questions and provide instructions tailored to individual students or classes.
Circulation staff is available to assist with general questions and check out both reserve
and circulating materials. The STLCC Library System is a member of MOBIUS, a statewide
library system.
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Lost and Found
Each campus police office maintains a repository for lost and found property.
National Student Clearinghouse Services
The college has contracted with the National Student Clearinghouse to provide services
to third parties and to students. Third parties can obtain degree verification and verification
of attendance at www.degreeverify.org. Current enrollment verification can be obtained at
www.enrollmentverify.org.
Students with access to Banner Self-Service can print enrollment verification certificates
to send to health insurers, housing providers or other organizations requiring proof of
enrollment. They can also check loan information, view enrollment history and view
enrollment verifications provided to third parties.
Parking
Parking tags are required on all vehicles using campus parking facilities. Parking tags are
available in the Campus Life office at Florissant Valley, Forest Park and Meramec, and the
Student Services office at Wildwood. Parking tags are permanent and are to be kept from one
semester to another. Accessible parking is available for students with physical disabilities who
have state parking authorization.
Recycling Program
Each campus provides blue receptacles in every building for the recycling of bottles, cans
and waste paper consumed on campus.
Student ID – OneCard
All students enrolled in credit courses are required to have an activated STLCC OneCard.
This card is used for identification in the libraries, game rooms, computer and learning labs,
for recreational activities and for personal check approval. Upon request, all students are
required to present their student ID to a proven college official. This card also serves as the
college’s disbursement card for financial aid, refunds and payments to student accounts.
To get your card, take your photo ID and your class schedule to your Campus Life or
Student Services offices to have your photograph taken. Your card will be sent to your
mailing address within 7-10 business days. Look for it in a bright green envelope! Your first
card is free, but replacement cards cost $20.
For more information, visit www.stlcc.edu/admissions_and_registration/STLCC_
OneCard.html.
Student Assistance Program (SAP)
Support services are available to students who receive public assistance, Temporary
Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), food stamps, Medicaid, or child care assistance.
The SAP office helps students stay in school and succeed in school by providing support,
informing them of their rights and finding resources both on and off campus. To access these
services, call the SAP office on campus or visit www.stlcc.edu/student_resources/TANF/.
Veterans Education Benefits
Students applying for Veterans Education Benefits must contact the Veterans representative
in the Admissions/Registration office on campus. Students who wish to receive Veterans
Education Benefits must have Regular student status and must declare a program of study.
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College Costs (subject to change)
2015-2016 Academic Year Maintenance Fees
District residents - $103 per credit hour
Other Missouri residents - $149 per credit hour
Out-of-state residents - $205 per credit hour
International students - $215 per credit hour
Amounts include activity fee and technology fee. Fees are not optional.
Payment Options
Students normally pay maintenance fees (tuition) in full when registering. STLCC does
bill those who register early enough and pay their accounts in full by a due date prior to the
start of classes. All bills will be sent electronically to the student’s my.stlcc.edu student email
address. (Visit www.stlcc.edu/studentemail to learn how to activate email account.)
St. Louis Community College accepts cash, checks, MasterCard, Visa, American Express
and Discover for payments made at the Cashier’s office on campus. In addition, STLCC
accepts online payments through Banner Self-Service when using the credit cards listed above
or automatic clearing house (ACH) payments using checking or savings account information.
All checks will be converted to an electronic Automatic Clearing House (ACH) transaction
whether the payment was made online, in person, mailed or placed in a drop box.
Financial Aid
Students applying for federal financial assistance should file a Free Application for Federal
Student Aid (FAFSA) online (www.fafsa.edu.gov) as soon possible after Jan. 1 each year. The
financial aid staff is available to assist students who need help in completing the FAFSA.
All financial aid applicants must be admitted to the college as degree-seeking students.
This requires submitting transcripts from high school, GED, and/or all colleges previously
attended, and completion of placement test requirements. All financial aid paperwork must
be complete by the semester deadline to guarantee disbursement of funds by the first day of
class.
If you are eligible for financial aid, funds will be disbursed to your OneCard account five
weeks after the first day of class. A book account at the campus bookstore will be authorized
once your financial aid award is complete to purchase books, supplies, etc. two weeks prior
to the start of class.
For more information, contact the Financial Aid office or visit www.stlcc.edu/financialaid.
Scholarships
The Financial Aid office maintains information regarding institutional and external
scholarships as well as scholarships offered through the St. Louis Community College
Foundation.
Students can apply for foundation scholarships directly through their campus financial
aid offices. These funds are made possible by the generosity of donors to the foundation. For
more information on available scholarships, visit www.stlcc.edu/foundation/scholarships.
html.
Students are encouraged to seek information from local organizations, employers and local
libraries for information regarding external scholarships.
Students must complete and submit required scholarship information to the appropriate
office or to the Financial Aid office by the appropriate deadline date for consideration.
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Payment Plan
St. Louis Community College offers a simple and secure way to spread your maintenance
fees (tuition) over a period of time with the automatic payment plan, e-Cashier. The plan is
offered by Nelnet Business Solutions. The advantages are easy online enrollment and flexible
payment options – the sooner you sign up, the more months you have to pay with no interest
or finance charges assessed.
The automatic payment plan is not a loan program, and does not include a credit check.
The cost to participate in this interest-free, automatic payment plan is a $21 per semester
nonrefundable enrollment fee. The payment plan is available for fall and spring semesters
only. Payments to the automatic payment plan may be made via an Automatic Bank Payment
(ACH) or credit card option. Visit www.stlcc.edu/paymentplan for more information.
Cashier’s Office
The Cashier’s office is open to take payment for maintenance fees every Monday through
Friday. STLCC accepts cash, checks, MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover
for payments made at the campus cashier. All checks will be converted to an electronic
Automatic Clearing House (ACH) transaction whether the payment was made in person,
mailed or placed in a drop box.
In addition, the office accepts payment for traffic tickets, library fines, student loans,
child care, etc.
Funding
Student fees are one of the three primary sources of funding for St. Louis Community
College. State funds, appropriated by the Missouri legislature and approved by the governor
contribute some 30 percent. Another 36 percent of total revenue comes from local property
owners who pay taxes within the college’s taxing district. Student fees account for 30 percent
of the money needed to maintain the college. The other four percent comes from other
miscellaneous sources.
Residency
The St. Louis Community College district includes the City of St. Louis, St. Louis County
and portions of Franklin and Jefferson counties which are part of the Meramec Valley R-3 and
Rockwood R-6 school districts.
Proof of residency must be in the form of personal or real property tax receipt; lease (oneyear duration) bearing name of student, parent, or legal guardian as the lease holder (not
tenant); copy of Federal 1040 tax return; or driver’s license. Questions regarding residency
may be referred to the Admissions/Registration office at any campus.
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Campus Life
St. Louis Community College offers students many opportunities to develop and expand their
interests outside of the classroom - service learning, leadership development, civic engagement
activities, community service projects, clubs/organizations and other academic and social
presentations.
Campus Life sponsors programming events throughout the academic year. A full calendar of
events is published that is responsive to students’ requests for campus activities and events. Visit
calendar.stlcc.edu for a listing of calendar events. A wide array of programming in areas such as
student success, health/wellness and cultural diversity is offered.
In addition, Campus Life sponsors and assists other departments with many offerings, such
as academic success projects, discussion groups, lectures, special presentations, exhibits,
performances, art shows, musical offerings, plays and film series. There are so many ways to get
involved at STLCC! Visit www.stlcc.edu/campuslife for more information.
Reserving Meeting Rooms
The college has many facilities available that recognized organizations may use for
meetings and activities. All scheduling requests by students should be made through the
Campus Life office.
Use of Campus Vehicles
Recognized campus organizations may be allowed to use campus vehicles or a rental
vehicle for college-sponsored trips, subject to availability. Requests should be directed to the
Campus Life office.
Clubs and Student Organizations
Campus Life hosts a variety clubs and organizations addressing a wide spectrum of
interests, including academic, vocational, community service, spiritual, recreational and
social.
Opportunities for leadership development, civic engagement and community service
projects are available through the Student Government Association, clubs/organizations,
honor societies, student publications and special interest groups.
Students are encouraged to participate in one or more of these clubs and organizations, or
to start a club, to supplement and enhance the campus experience. Stop by the Campus Life
office for the Student Organization Guide for the criteria to become a formally recognized
student organization.
The following is a list of all active clubs and organizations on the campuses. Visit
www.stlcc.edu/student_resources/campus_life_and_athletics/clubs_and_organizations.html
for a listing of faculty/staff sponsors and their contact information.
Key:
FV = Florissant Valley
FP = Forest Park
A
About Business Office: Us and Technology
(A.B.O.U.T) Club (FV)
Accounting Club (FV)
AGM Club (M)
American Chemical Society (M)
Amnesty International (W)
Art Club (M) (W)
B
Bacchus/Cheers Club (M)
Biotechnology Club (FV)
Black Student Association (FV)
Business Club (FV) (M) (W)
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M = Meramec
W = Wildwood
C
Camera Club (FP)
Campus Crusade for Christ (FV) (M)
Campus Garden Initiative (M)
Chemistry Club (FP) (FV)
Chess Club (FV) (W)
Circle Of Life (Pro-Life) (M)
Clay Club (FP)
Computer Innovations Club (M)
Creative Writing Club (W)
Criminal Justice Club (FV)
Cuisine Club (FP)
Currents Literary Club (M)
Student Resources
D
Deaf Communications Club (DCS) (FV)
Deaf Students Association (DSA) (FV)
Disc Golf/Frisbee CLub (W)
Diversity Club (M)
E
EC2 Early Childhood Educators Circle (FP)
Ecology Club (FV)
Engineering Club (M)
E.P.I.C. Dance Team (FP)
F
Fencing Club (M)
Film Buff Club (W)
Fine Arts Club (FV) (W)
Florissant Valley College Democrats (FV)
Focus on Ability (M)
Foreign Languages Club (FV)
Forest Park Business Club (FP)
Friendly Colors (FV)
Future Teachers Organization (FV)
G
Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA)(W)
Genshiken (Japanese Pop Culture) (FV)
Geology Club (M)
Global Justice Project (M)
Global Classroom (FV)
Graphic Arts Association (FV)
Green4Life (Environmental) Club (W)
H
History Club (W)
Holistic Health Club (FV)
Horticulture Club (M)
Human Services Club (FV) (FP)
I
Improv Club (M)
Interior Designers of Meramec (M)
International Club (FV) (M)
International Students Club (FP)
L
League of Extraordinary Gentle Blokes (Geek/
Nerd Culture) (W)
Legal Studies Club (M)
M
Mass Communication Club (FV)
Math Club (FV) (W)
Meramec Architecture Society (M)
Model United Nations (M)
Mortuary Science Students Assoc. I & II (FP)
Moving Forward Gospel Choir CLub (FV)
Mud Club (Pottery) (M)
Music Club (M)
Muslim Student Association (M)
N
National Broadcasting Society (FV)
National Society of Black Engineers (FV)
O
Outdoors Club (M)
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P
Pearls of Wisdom (FP)
Performing Arts Club (FV) (W)
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (FV) (FP) (M) (W)
Photo Club (M)
Photography Club (FV)
Physical Therapy Assistants (M)
Poetry Club (FV)
Programming Club (M)
R
Radiology Club (FP)
Respiratory Therapy I & II (FP)
Rubik’s Cube Club (FV)
S
Science Club (W)
Service and Leadership Council (FP)
Service Club (FV)
Show Choir CLub (FV)
Sky Club (M)
Sociology Club (M)
Socratic Society (M)
Social Justice Club (FV)
Spanish Club (W)
Static Noise Step Team (FV)
STLCC-FV St. Louis Stem Scholarship
Organization (FV)
Strategic Board Game Club (M)
Student Activities Council (M)
Student Governance Council (M)
Student Government Association (FP) (FV) M) (W)
Student Missouri National Education
Association (SMNEA) (M)
Student Math League (M)
Student Nurses Association (FV) (FP) (M)
Student Occupational Therapy Association (M)
Student Publications
Currents (Literature Magazine) (M)
Sycamore (Literature Magazine) (W)
The Forum (FV)
The Montage (M)
The Scene (FP)
Voyageur (Literature Magazine) (FV)
Surgical Technology Club (FP)
T
Television Club (FP)
Theatre Club (M)
Tolkien Adventure Community (FV)
Tomorrow’s Law/Pre-Law Club (FP)
TRiO Student Leadership Board (M)
V
Veterans’ Club (FV) (FP) (M) (W)
V.O.W. (Volunteers of Wildwood) (W)
W
WIldwood RoadRunners (Running Club ) (W)
Y
Yarn Club (M)
Student Resources
Athletics
Participation in athletics at any level can teach valuable life skills such as teamwork, dedication
and time management. St. Louis Community College is committed to providing quality competitive
athletic opportunities to enhance our students’ educational experience.
STLCC’s athletic teams compete in the National Junior College Athletic Association and the
Midwest Community College Athletic Conference.
STLCC intercollegiate athletics have been consolidated into a districtwide program under the
team name of Archers. STLCC student-athletes have the opportunity to compete in men’s baseball,
basketball and soccer; and women’s basketball, soccer, softball and volleyball. Students attending
any STLCC campus who meet eligibility requirements may compete on these teams.
Teams have been assigned to the following campuses:
•
Florissant Valley – men’s soccer
•
Forest Park – men’s and women’s basketball
•
Meramec – baseball, softball, volleyball and women’s soccer
The Athletics department offers scholarship opportunities for men and women to participate in
several intercollegiate sports. Students interested in eligibility
requirements should contact Johnna Kinney or Sharon Marquardt, athletics managers,
at 314-644-9780 for more information.
Recreational Opportunities
The swimming pool, weight room and main gymnasium are scheduled for recreational
opportunities each semester at the Florissant Valley, Forest Park and Meramec campuses.
Recreational schedules are available in the Physical Education buildings.
Information Technology and Computing
Blackboard
Blackboard course sites are used in many St. Louis Community College courses each
semester. Students use Blackboard to:
•
Find important class documents, such
•
Turn in assignments.
as the syllabus, handouts and lecture
•
Look up assignment due dates and
notes.
exam schedules.
•
Participate in online discussions.
•
Check grades.
•
Take quizzes and tests.
•
Read class announcements.
•
Easily access e-reserves.
Instructors may or may not use Blackboard. Some Internet Service Providers (ISPs) offer
versions of their own Internet browsers. These browsers are not supported for use with
Blackboard.
We recommend that you download the latest version of Firefox with Java and Cookies
enabled to access Blackboard. Check with your instructors to find out how or if you are
expected to use Blackboard.
For more information or to log in to Blackboard, go to www.stlcc.edu/blackboard. Student
help is available at www.stlcc.edu/blackboard/student-resources.html and through the
Blackboard Help Wizard at https://www.stlcc.edu/apps/bbwizard.
Online Social Networks
The St. Louis Community College District is pleased to be actively involved in all online
social network sites such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter as well as RSS feeds. In addition,
a group of students have banded together to produce the MY BIT Student Blog (Blogs.STLCC.
edu) where you can share your experiences and interact with other students. These are
valuable tools designed to encourage active communication between students, faculty, staff and
administration. You’ll find the use of these conveniences incredibly helpful. Go to www.stlcc.
edu/messages/social_media_listings.html for detailed information on how to use these networks
to your advantage.
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Student Resources
Go to stlcc.edu/messages/Social_Media_Listings.html for detailed information on how to use
these networks to your advantage.
Please keep in mind, online social networks such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter are
great innovations and offer students the opportunity to interact with and learn more about an
extraordinary array of people. If used in the appropriate manner, these online networks take
advantage of the Internet as never before. You need to take great responsibility in what you
post. No one is going to limit those people authorized to use the Internet from seeing what
you post online. With no expectation of privacy must come the understanding that you could
expose yourself to someone who may not have the same values, assumptions about appropriate
behavior or that you may put yourself at risk as a victim of criminal behavior. You must also
be concerned about the privacy of others. Do not post anything that could be considered
defamatory, libelous, threatening or otherwise violate any codes of conduct contained in this
handbook.
Student Email
St. Louis Community College has partnered with Microsoft Live to offer free Outlook email
accounts for all credit students. To access your official student email, you must first access your
MySTLCC ID and set up a secure password.
Just go to www.stlcc.edu/studentemail and follow the directions on the “Getting Started” link
at the top right. You will need your “A” number, last name and date of birth to get your email
address. The account will be activated automatically. Your password will be automatically
migrated from your MySTLCC ID, so there’s no need to remember two different passwords.
All communication from the college to students will be sent to my.stlcc.edu student email
addresses including billing, financial aid updates, registration deadlines, assignments, student
worker payroll stubs, etc. The my.stlcc.edu student email account will also be the account that
instructors use in Blackboard.
If you need any assistance setting up your student email account, or have questions, please
contact the Campus Life office at your campus. More information is available at www.stlcc.edu/
studentemail/tutorials_and_support.html.
Wireless Connectivity
St. Louis Community College provides an open wireless network for those using personal
devices (non-college laptops, smart phones, tablets, etc.). Wireless Internet access is available at
all campus locations:
• Corporate College • Florissant Valley
• Cosand Center
-BRDG Park
-Center for
Workforce
Innovation
• Forest Park
• Meramec
-William J. Harrison -South County
Education Center
Education &
University
Center
• Wildwood
This wireless network allows access to the college’s computer services including the website,
email, Blackboard, Banner Self-Service and the Internet. Previously most locations did not
require users to sign in to access the network.
You are required to log in to the wireless network using your MySTLCC ID and password.
The wireless network is unencrypted - it is possible to intercept unencrypted traffic on this
network. Users are encouraged to access websites using secure HTTP (HTTPS) for added
security.
If you experience problems logging into the wireless network visit Campus Life.
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Need to Know
As a currently enrolled
student, you have the
right to know about
campus policies and
procedures and the
expected code of
conduct at the college.
We have provided this
information online in
one easy-to-access
page.
Next time you
need2know,
go to
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Need to Know
stlcc.edu/need2know
Topics
Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
Campus Crime Report (Clery Act)
Classroom Behavior
Closing Procedures
Communicable Diseases
Computer Systems & Network Use
Confidentiality of Student Records (FERPA)
Copyright Statement
Drug Abuse Prevention
Enrollment Reports
Equity in Athletics
Firearms on College Property
General Information
HIV/AIDS Policy
My.stlcc.edu Student Email
Non-Discrimination
Policies & Procedures
Sexual Harassment Prevention Tutorial
Sexual Misconduct Resources (Title IX)
Student Rights & Responsibilities
Student Right to Know
Tobacco Free Policy
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Campus Contact Information
Florissant Valley
Forest Park
HEC
314-513-4551
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-763-6000
Reception Desk
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Access Office,
disAbility Support Services
stlcc.edu/disAbility
Evenings available by appointment
314-644-9039
G-223
Mon-Tues 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Wed-Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Advising
Call for extended hours
during peak registration.
stlcc.edu/advising
314-513-4256
First Floor, Administration
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-644-9261
SC-200
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-763-6000
Reception Desk
Mon-Thur 8 a.m. -5 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Assessment
stlcc.edu/compass
314-513-4292
First Floor, Administration
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-644-9233
G-229
Mon/Wed 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Tues/Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-763-6000
Reception Desk
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Bookstore
Call for extended hours
during peak registration.
stlcc.edu/books
314-513-4304
Lower Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 7:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
flovalleybookstore.com
314-951-9893
SC-113
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
forestparkbookstore.com
314-763-6040
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
forestparkbookstore.com
Campus Life
stlcc.edu/campuslife
314-513-4294
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
stlcc.edu/fv/campus_life.html
314-644-9137
SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
stlcc.edu/fp/campus_life.html
314-644-9137
SC-101A
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
stlcc.edu/fp/campus_life.html
Campus Switchboard
314-513-4200
Mon-Thur 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-644-9100
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-763-6000
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Cashier’s Office
Call or check website for
extended hours during peak
registration stlcc.edu/cashier
314-513-4520
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-644-9738
SC-119
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
314-763-6010
Reception Desk
Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Counseling
http://www.stlcc.edu/
Student_Resources/
Counseling/
314-513-4252
Upper Level, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-644-9251
SC-200
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-763-6015
Reception Desk
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Enrollment Services
stlcc.edu/admreg
314-513-4244
First Floor, Administration
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-644-9127
SC-100
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-763-6000
Reception Desk
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Financial Aid
Call for extended hours
during peak registration.
stlcc.edu/financialaid
314-513-4231
Second Floor, Administration
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-644-9979
SC-108
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
314-763-6011
Reception Desk
Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Online Education
stlcc.edu/online
314-539-5037
314-539-5037
314-539-5037
Registrar’s Office
Order Transcripts online at
stlcc.edu/transcript or in
person
300 S. Broadway, St. Louis,
MO 63102
314-539-5159
Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-539-5159
Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-539-5159
Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Study Abroad
stlcc.edu/studyabroad
314-539-5350
314-539-5350
314-539-5350
Veterans Services
stlcc.edu/veterans
314-513-4247
First Floor, Administration
Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-644-9104
SC-100A
Mon 10:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
Tues-Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-644-9104
(FP) SC-100A
Mon 10:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
Tues-Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
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Campus Contact Information
Meramec
Wildwood
SCEUC
Access Office,
disAbility Support Services
stlcc.edu/disAbility
314-984-7673
1st floor, Clark Hall
(Administration)
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
636-422-2011
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-984-7200
Mon. 11 a.m.-7pm,
Advisor Available
Tues-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Advising
Call for extended hours
during peak registration.
stlcc.edu/advising
314-984-7575
2nd floor, Clark Hall
(Administration)
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
636-422-2000
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-984-7200
Mon., Wed.-Thur. 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Tues. 11 a.m.-7pm,
Advisor available
Assessment
stlcc.edu/compass
314-984-7596
Communications North 229
Mon.-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri. 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
636-422-2000
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Fri 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
314-984-7200
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Bookstore
Call for extended hours
during peak registration.
stlcc.edu/books
314-984-7660
1st floor, Student Center
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
meramecbookstore.com
636-422-2030
1st floor, 108
Mon-Thur 7:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
wildwoodbookstore.com
Campus Life
stlcc.edu/campuslife
314-984-7641
Student Center 221
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
stlcc.edu/mc/campus_life.html
636-422-2000
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
stlcc.edu/ww/campus_life.
html
314-984-7200
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Campus Switchboard
314-984-7500
Mon.-Thur. 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
636-422-2000
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-984-7200
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Cashier’s Office
Call or check website for
extended hours during peak
registration stlcc.edu/cashier
314-984-7736
1st floor, Clark Hall
(Administration)
Mon.-Thur. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Fri. 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
636-422-2000
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
314-984-7200
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-984-7575
Counseling
2nd floor, Clark Hall
stlcc.edu/Student_Resources/ (Administration)
Counseling/
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
636-422-2000
Student Services Center
Call for appointment
314-984-7575
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Enrollment Services
stlcc.edu/admreg
314-984-7601
1st floor, Clark Hall
(Administration)
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
636-422-2000
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-984-7200
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Financial Aid
Call for extended hours
during peak registration.
stlcc.edu/financialaid
314-984-7650
1st floor, Clark Hall
(Administration)
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
636-422-2000
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-984-7200
Mon. 11 a.m.-7pm,
Advisor Available
Tues.-Thur. 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri. 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Online Education
stlcc.edu/online
314-539-5037
314-539-5037
314-539-5037
Registrar’s Office
Order Transcripts online at
stlcc.edu/transcript or in
person
300 S. Broadway, St. Louis,
MO 63102
314-539-5159
Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-539-5159
Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
314-539-5159
Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Study Abroad
stlcc.edu/studyabroad
314-539-5350
314-539-5350
314-539-5350
Veterans Services
stlcc.edu/veterans
314-984-7602
1st floor, Clark Hall
(Administration)
Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
636-422-2000
Student Services Center
Mon-Thur 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
314-984-7602
1st floor, Clark Hall (MC)
(Administration)
Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
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314-984-7229
Mon-Thur 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Fri 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Did You See Something?
Then Say Something!
If you see suspicious activity or behavior,
do not confront the individuals involved.
Take note of the details and contact your campus police.
Size
Jot down the number of people, gender, ages and physical description.
Activity
Describe exactly what they are doing.
Location
Provide exact location.
Uniform
Describe what they are wearing, including shoes.
Time
Provide date, time and duration of activity.
Equipment
Describe vehicle, make, color, license plate, camera, gun, etc.
SAFETY MATTERS
Sponsored by the Student Government Association
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GET YOUR BOOKS
AND SUPPLIES AT
THE CAMPUS STORE.
Books
• Textbooks* • Bestsellers
Computer Electronics
and Peripherals
• Software and graphics packages
• Laptops, tablets and computers
• Storage devices
• iPods and iPads
General School Supplies
• Notebooks
• Pens and pencils
• Paper
• Art supplies • Folders
• Bookbags … and more!
HOURS
Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday
8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
STLCC APPAREL AND MERCHANDISE,
SNACKS, BEVERAGES AND MORE!
Buy locally! Your campus stores are owned by
STLCC and all profits are returned to the college.
Order your textbooks online at:
Florissant Valley
314-513-4304
flovalleybookstore.com
Meramec
314-984-7660
meramecbookstore.com
Forest Park
314-951-9893
forestparkbookstore.com
Wildwood
636-422-2030
wildwoodbookstore.com
*Textbooks are available online and at the campus bookstores two weeks prior to the first
day of classes each semester.
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