Urban Dictionary’s definition of a #GirlBoss is:
A woman in control, taking charge of her own circumstances in work & life. Someone who knows her worth and won’t accept anything less. She is empowering and inspiring to those around her.
Equal pay between the sexes remains a hot-button topic in America’s modern political climate. … Continue reading
No doubt about it. St. Charles Community College is an awesome place to work and learn.
I love working here, and it’s clear the rest of SCC’s faculty and staff members agree!
Even cooler, … Continue reading
The fall semester is right around the corner and whether you’re a first-time-freshman or returning to SCC, it doesn’t hurt to learn some tips and tricks on how to balance working and going to college.
Some of you may be working part-time, others may be working full-time and some of … Continue reading
Lydia Hansen is a student at Rochester Community and Technical College in Minnesota. Below is her article ‘Community College is not 13th year of high school‘
“I believe community colleges sometimes get a bad rap and are considered inferior to regular four-year universities.
Maybe it’s because they only offer … Continue reading
December is a time of happiness and celebration, but also for stress. Lots of stress. Not only can the holidays be stressful, but final exams also fall during the final weeks of the year (so much stress!).
Don’t fret! I’ve compiled a list of things to help you get through … Continue reading
As an alumna of Maryville University, I have the opportunity to serve as an advisor to current students. In this role I provide informational interviews and professional shadowing and speak on panels, but more importantly, I also provide real-life advice to students.
Wouldn’t you like to hear the … Continue reading
Have you registered for the spring semester yet? Don’t forget – tuition and fees are due by 7 p.m. on January 9.
Worried about the cost of tuition? There are lots of options in place to help students, including academic scholarships, book scholarships and financial … Continue reading
Did someone tell you that high school would be the best four years of your life? Did you believe them?
College can be more stressful than high school, but it offers a lot more fun, too. Want to get involved on campus? There are academic clubs, like Phi Theta Kappa and Phi … Continue reading
Community college isn’t everyone’s first choice when applying for colleges. Many factors come into play when making that big decision, like location, degrees available, where your friends are going, scholarships awarded and tuition. That last detail is a huge reason students start their education at SCC, but it’s not the … Continue reading
Transferring to a university after you graduate from SCC? Then you may want to read this college essay that landed Brittany Stinson, an 18-year-old senior at Concord High School in Wilmington, Delaware, acceptance letters from Yale, Columbia, The University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth and Cornell. Spoiler: It may not be as complex as … Continue reading