St. Charles Community College

St. Charles Community College

St. Charles Community College formally St. Charles County Community College, is a St. Louis-area two-year college in suburban St. Charles County, Missouri. The school was established in 1986.

Campus

The Campus has 12 buildings:

*Administration,
*Student Center,
*Learning Resource Center,
*Donald D. Shook Fine Arts Building,
*Humanities Building,
*Technology,
*Daniel J. Conoyer Social Sciences Building,
*Café-Bookstore,
*Visual Arts Building,
*Campus Services,
*Child Development Center,
*College Center.

The 12 campus buildings are connected by a central pedestrian plaza and internal courtyards. As of the Fall 2007 semester the campus now offers a wireless internet connection to students who have an "i Connect" User name and Password. This is the same user name and password that the students use to log in to Web CT. The convert|235|acre|km2|sing=on campus serves nearly 10,000 students in credit classes each year.Fact|date=September 2008 Another 35,000 participants of all ages come for noncredit classes and community events -- everything from seeing a play, to learning to dance, to mastering the computer or any of the dozens of special programs for children and senior adults.The school does not provide certification to lenders providing secondary/alternative education loans.

External links

* [http://www.stchas.edu/ SCC website]


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