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Florissant Valley

Nestled in 108 acres of rolling, wooded hills, this campus leads the way in engineering, skilled trade and boasts a nationally-recognized art program—in fact, it was the first accredited two-year art program in the country.

The St. Louis Community College - Florissant Valley campus is known for excellence in engineering and technology, in addition to a strong general education curriculum. The campus is home to St. Louis' only two-year biotechnology program, which is a leader in providing highly-skilled workers for this emerging industry.

Florissant Valley also offers unique programs like, deaf communications, and has nationally recognized programs in art and childcare. There is an on-site Child Development Laboratory Center, which is a national model, licensed by the state of Missouri and the National Association for the Education of the Young Child.


male and female deaf studies students

Deaf Communication Studies

Learn how to communicate with deaf individuals through American Sign Language (ASL).
female student in radio studio

Student Media

Your words will shape how the next generation views the world. Find your voice with student media at STLCC.
female student in the CWI

Center for Workforce Innovation

Our innovative workforce programs will help you improve your skills or the skills of your team.

Advanced Manufacturing

Use your own hands to build your future with help from STLCC.
theater scene

Fine Arts

Whether you work on the stage, canvas or performance hall, there’s a place for you to create and display your art at STLCC.
female student in an early education classroom

Child Development Center

The center offers affordable and development-driven child care by teachers, attendants and early care and education students.

Visit/Contact Us

STLCC-Florissant Valley

3400 Pershall Road
Ferguson, MO 63135


Monday through Thursday: 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Get a sneak peek at what STLCC has to offer.

Explore Virtual Tour

Campus Map

Accessibility Note: Parking lots P-11, P-12 and P-13 are lower-level lots. Please use the Student Center or Science and Math building elevator to access the ground-level north side of campus.

Map Key

  Accessible Parking

  Automatic Door

  Non-Automatic Door

  Non-Accessible Door


  Ramp Accessible Route


  Emergency Call Boxes

  MetroBus Stop

  Lactation Room (A233 and SC266)

  CDLC Parking

  Overflow Parking


  Route to P-5

  Route to P-10


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More Resources

In addition to institutional accreditation by the HLC, many programs have been accredited or approved by recognized accrediting bodies. You can view the details of those accreditations in our online catalog.
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