Walk your way to health over the paths of the beautiful 235-acre SCC campus. Grants have helped fund the construction of many parts of the walking paths as well as the convenient trail markers that guide you around each one. You can start on each trail at any point, and all three have easy access to the trailhead marker near the Child Development Center and Technology Building.
Animals are prohibited on college properties with the exception of service animals, which may be required by visitors, students and employees. In addition, dogs will be allowed on The Dardenne Greenway Trail, provided they are under the direct control of their owner at all times. Pet owners must clean up after their animal.
Hunting, fishing, swimming, ice skating, skateboarding, rollerblading or other similar activity is prohibited on college sidewalks, walking trails or any college-owned property except on the Dardenne Greenway Trail where rollerblading and the use of golf carts are permitted. Walking or playing on ice-covered lakes is also prohibited.
Bicycles may be used on roadways only. For safety reasons, bicycles may only be used on parking lots when traveling to, commuting within and leaving the college property. No bicycles are allowed on sidewalks or walking trails (except for the Dardenne Greenway Trail) and no “off-road” riding is permitted on campus. Bicycle racks are provided at various locations on campus.
Students needing assistance with service animal accommodation may contact the Accessibility Services Office, 636-922-8247. Faculty and staff needing assistance with service animal accommodation may contact the vice president for human resources, 636-922-8300.
Service Animal – Animal specifically trained to assist a person with a disability.
Funding for the trail markers and a portion of the walking trails is provided by SCC’s Employee Sponsored Program.
SCC employees gather on June 19, 2014, to celebrate the installation of new trail markers they funded through the Employee Sponsored Program (ESP). The trail markers serve as a guide for those who use the beautiful campus walking paths.