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St. Louis Community College student Ngohile Yakubu could have let fear defeat her. But, in the words of Eleanor Roosevelt, Yakubu found the strength to do what she feared she could not. As a result, Yakubu will be attending Saint Louis University next fall to study nutrition and dietetics.
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STLCC-Meramec Partners to Introduce Mobile Market
Meramec is partnering with the St. Louis Area Foodbank to stop hunger on campus by providing a greater selection of fresh groceries to students in need through a new Mobile Market.
STLCC-Florissant Valley Art Galleries to Host New Exhibits
Three new art exhibits will be on display at St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley. The community is invited to visit the campus, 3400 Pershall Road in Ferguson, and view the work.
Carter’s Latest Book Explores Ministerial Formation of African-Americans
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STLCC Announces Willie G. Baylor Sr. Gateway to Innovation Scholarship
St. Louis Community College is offering a new scholarship to encourage and inspire deserving students from north St. Louis County to pursue a degree at STLCC.
STLCC Expands Early Care and Education Opportunities with Boeing Grant
St. Louis Community College has received a grant from Boeing to improve opportunities for young children in north St. Louis County.