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Thanks to the support of the St. Louis community and the passing of Proposition R, St. Louis Community College is modernizing facilities and programming to improve the overall student experience and meet workforce demands in Missouri. The $450 million project is expected to reach completion by 2026.
STLCC Transformed brings the development and construction of six new buildings and renovations to existing spaces at each of the College's four main campuses.
Advanced Manufacturing Center
Nursing and Health Sciences Center
Health Sciences and Technology Center
Emerging Technology Center
Financial Services Education Center
Transportation Education Center
Stay up-to-date on Transformed events, programs and milestones with articles in our news hub.
Forest Park Groundbreaking
STLCC celebrated the final Transformed groundbreaking ceremony on Oct. 25 for the Transportation Education Center at Forest Park.
It was a moment years in the making as STLCC-Meramec officially broke ground on two new buildings.
Advanced Manufacturing Groundbreaking
More than 100 people gathered for the Advanced Manufacturing Center groundbreaking on Aug. 18 at Florissant Valley.
Geospatial Technology Courses Take Flight
STLCC is developing coursework to prepare students for geospatial technology careers to meet workforce demands.
Nursing and Health Sciences Groundbreaking
On July 19, the College broke ground on a new Nursing and Health Sciences Center at Florissant Valley.
Construction Banner Opens Door for Student Artist
Meet the student behind the artwork highlighting STLCC Transformed at each of the six construction sites.
STLCC-Wildwood breaks ground on the first of six Transformed construction projects.
New Cannabis Certificate at STLCC-Meramec
STLCC is at the forefront of education in the cannabis industry, ensuring students are prepared for jobs in the in-demand field.
More Than Buildings
At St. Louis Community College, we're building more than innovative classrooms and modern training facilities. We're building opportunities for students to find the right pathway for their future—either through an associate degree, short-term job training or preparation for transfer to a four-year university.
Meet some of our alumni (and current/future students) who have built their skill set at STLCC with career-focused degrees, certificates, and hands-on training in key industries like health care, financial services and transportation. We're building a greater St. Louis—one empowered student at a time.
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For more information on the College's latest projects and proposals, please contact STLCC's engineering and design team.
Explore Program Pathways
Learn more about the programs going into the new Transformed buildings and other pathways available at STLCC.