Our Campuses and Education Centers
We’re committed to creating accessible education for every resident of our 718-square-mile district. That’s why we make getting to us easy with four campuses and two education centers.
We’re where you are.
Serving St. Louis City and St. Louis County, as well as portions of Franklin and Jefferson counties, we’re strategically located across the region. Every campus is as unique as the community it calls home, each with its own unique voice and personality.
Main Campuses & Education Centers
Nestled in 108 acres of rolling, wooded hills, this campus leads the way in engineering, skilled trade and boasts a nationally-recognized arts program -- in fact, it was the first accredited two-year arts program in the country.
Workforce Training Centers
The Center for Workforce Innovation (CWI) is located in a 32,000-square-foot building adjacent to the Florissant Valley campus. This cutting-edge facility boasts six aerospace labs, a large equipment lab and three technical training labs (Programmable Logic Controllers, Industrial Maintenance Training and Green Technologies and Sustainable Construction).
Located at the southeast corner of Interstates 70 and 270, the Corporate College training center offers a best-in-class experience for business events, conferences and training. In addition to providing dedicated space for corporate education and professional development, this training center is also home to the Workforce Solutions Group, the College’s entrepreneurial workforce development division.
Centers of Excellence
Prepare for a career in the rapidly changing IT field, with intensive, hands-on training in the latest systems through the Center for Emerging and Advanced Information Technology. Located on the Forest Park campus, this center of excellence is the resource of choice for individuals and organizations seeking skills-driven education in the design, implementation and support of current and emerging computer networking and communications technologies.
Study to become a graphic artist, animator or video editor with cutting-edge technology in professional-level facilities with our Digital Arts and Technology Alliance. Found in the halls of the Meramec campus, this center of excellence offers degrees, certificates and workshops for artists at any stage of their career.
Whether you’re pursuing an engineering degree, looking for a hands-on career in manufacturing or continuing your education with customized industry training, the Emerson Center for Engineering and Manufacturing sets you up for success. The 31,000-square-foot facility on the Florissant Valley campus, includes laboratory space dedicated to metal fabrication, robotics, electronics, computer aided design (CAD) and more.
Receive a cutting-edge education in the growing plant and life sciences industry at the Center for Plant and Life Sciences. Located near the intersection of Lindbergh and Olive Blvds., this center of excellence gives students the opportunity to study biotechnology, horticulture and chemical technology in the shadow of Monsanto, a global agrochemical and agricultural biotechnology corporation.