STLCC Commemorative Brick
Bring home a piece of our past and become part of our future. Get your commemorative Forest Park brick today!
Classes began at Forest Park in 1967, two years after a $47.2 million bond issue was approved to pay for construction across the Junior College District (JCD) of St. Louis-St. Louis County and five years after the district itself was approved by voters. The Forest Park campus was completed in 1970. In 1976, the JCD changed its name to St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley, Forest Park and Meramec.
After over 50 years of educating thousands of students, Towers A & B were demolished to make way for the new Center for Nursing and Health Sciences. Only 300 bricks were salvaged from the demolition and now you can own one of them! This is a limited opportunity so act now to bring home your piece of STLCC history.
Claim Your Bit of History
Claim your commemorative brick today while they’re still available! By purchasing a commemorative brick you are helping raise funds for the Forest Park Campus Enhancement Fund. Your donation will support upgrades to the student experience that include outdoor seating, landscaping and more.
Order by Mail
Send a check to us payable to St. Louis Community College Foundation and write "Brick" in the memo line.
St. Louis Community College Foundation
How Will I Get My Commemorative Brick?
Bricks will be distributed "curbside" on the Forest Park campus at a date to be determined.
Questions? Contact the Foundation
firstname.lastname@example.org | 314-539-5216