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STLCC Homecoming Game at Busch Stadium
St. Louis Community College is celebrating 50 years of dynamic learning and a legacy of positive impact on the community Monday, May 21, at Busch Stadium.
Alumni, current students, current and former faculty and staff, and friends of the college are invited to purchase discounted ticket for the Cardinals game that evening against the San Diego Padres. Right/left field loge tickets are available for $15 each and infield terrace seats are priced at $10.
Activities include a performance by SH-BOOM! from 5:15-6:30 p.m. in the Ford Plaza, the combined district choir under the direction of Jerry Myers will sing the new STLCC Anthem near center field at 6:30 p.m., and a ceremonial first pitch to Meramec alumnus David Freese from STLCC Chancellor Myrtle Dorsey. Former baseball and softball All-Americans and Hall of Fame inductees will also be recognized.
The STLCC Mobile Tech Center will be parked outside the stadium on Clark Street for tours.
Faculty and staff in attendance are invited to share with us stories of your time at STLCC, comment on our blog and make your mark on our map. Computers will be set up near the Ford Plaza for visitors to tell their stories.
With four different campuses and a rich 50-year history in St. Louis, STLCC has truly become part of the community. Since 1962, our alumni – more than 1.2 million strong – have been the fabric of this region: business and civic leaders, entrepreneurs and working professionals all have made STLCC a stop on their journey.
Join the celebration. Purchase tickets and tell us your story at www.stlcc.edu/50.
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More About St Louis Community College-Wildwood
This "green" campus was intentionally built with environmentally friendly materials and architecture, and is one of four campuses for St. Louis Community College (STLCC) in the St. Louis metropolitan region. It was the first community college in the Midwest to receive the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental gold level certification.
The campus offers Associate in Arts degrees in general transfer studies, business administration, communications arts (advertising/public relations option), fine arts/arts education, and an Associate of Arts in teaching. Students also can complete a Certificate of Proficiency or Certificate of Specialization in business administration, take general education courses required for many STLCC degrees and certificate, and complete prerequisites for many allied health degrees offered on other STLCC campuses.
Community members are invited to campus for events, such as a children's Halloween party, the Artists and Apples lecture series, an annual Eco-Festival, and to visit the campus's outdoor sculpture park and walking trails.
The Wildwood campus also serves as a location for events and training sessions for area school districts. Continuing education courses are offered on campus each semester, which provides residents with life-long learning opportunities related to personal and professional development. The Wildwood campus also serves as a satellite site for the University of Missouri-St. Louis.