It's Time to Think About College

Even in Middle School, it's not too Early to Think about College

Middle School Awareness

Its never too early.

When you get to high school, you will have opportunities to take college classes at your high school or even at a local college. This allows you to complete classes that count toward your high school diploma and as college credit too. The best part is that college classes at STLCC are super inexpensive while you are a high school student. Then when you get to college, you can skip those courses, save money and finish faster!

With a little planning today, you can give your future a jump-start and get ahead!

Taking college classes while in high school really built my confidence and comfort. I feel ready for my next steps in higher education and it has opened many doors.

Mouhamed Ndiaye
STLCC 2018 graduate

 

Save at STLCC

Students save over $4,700 per year by attending STLCC instead of a public four-year institution. (Source: MO Department of Higher Education Comprehensive Fee Schedule, FY 2016)

 

#1 in Transfers

More students transfer from St. Louis Community College to public four-year institutions in Missouri than any other Missouri community college. (Source: MO Department of Higher Education, Student Transfer Tables, Fall 2014)

CORE 42

Missouri’s CORE 42 program guarantees transferability of all Missouri Transfer (MOTR) courses to all public colleges and universities in Missouri.

80+ Programs

STLCC offers 80+degree and certificate programs. It is the largest college in the region and the second largest in the state.

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