- National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) - Chapter 1540
- Veterans Club
At STLCC, we strive to foster an atmosphere of appreciation for all people, regardless of race, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status or class.
St. Louis Community College Board of Trustees Resolution Denouncing Racism, and Supporting Equity, Safety, and Well-Being of Black, Brown, and Indigenous People and Those That Identify as LGBTQIA+.
Employee resource groups (ERGs) are voluntary, employee-led groups made up of people who come together around their common interests, backgrounds or identities. ERGs promote a climate of inclusion and provide a place where employees can come together to network, create a strong sense of community, and share their experiences with others.
Membership is open to all employees who support the mission of the group, regardless of race, color, national origin, gender, gender expression, age, disability, protected veteran status, religion and any other status protected by applicable state or federal law.
STLCC ERG Employee Resource Group Application
Focuses on supporting and encouraging STLCC Asian American employees/students in professional development and/or any assistance they may need within the College.
The MOC employee group has a mission to foster and empower a thriving and dynamic employee group by creating safe spaces for open dialogue, idea sharing, education, and networking through engagement and support opportunities.
We aim to empower student success by increasing their sense of purpose, campus community awareness, education and communication platforms, and networking through engagement and support opportunities.
The STLCC Veterans Employee Resource Group (EVRG) provides prior U.S. military service colleagues with resources and opportunities to enhance community and engagement. We also serve as a resource for STLCC student veterans and aim to help the broader STLCC community better understand issues specific to veterans.
BIPOC provides employees of color the opportunity to have open conversations and for their voices to be heard. The intent is to hear, listen and learn from employees of color about their experiences at STLCC.
STLCC Library resources on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Find resources related to ability and disability, age/ageism, gender & sex, immigration, and more.
STLCC is proud to recognize national heritage months with events and speakers celebrating the many leaders and accomplishments of our diverse community.
STLCC is committed to supporting a diverse and inclusive campus culture. As part of this commitment, the College makes good faith efforts to accommodate religious practices or beliefs.
The Access Office staff at St. Louis Community College is committed to providing all students an equitable and accessible environment in all learning opportunities, programs, resources and facilities.
Get help with math, reading, and writing, and take advantage of academic coaching and tutoring in the Academic Support Center.