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 Springfield Technical Community College 

Name: Springfield Technical Community College
President: Ira H. Rubenzahl
Website: www.stcc.edu
City: Springfield
State: MA
Type: Public
Campus Setting: Midsize City
Year Established: 1967

Governing Board Website

 

Springfield Technical Community College

Student Characteristics based on Fall 2010 IPEDS data

2010 Fall Credit Enrollment
Total: 6,887
Part Time: 55.8%
Full Time: 44.2%

Gender
Male: 43.1%
Female: 56.9%

Race/Ethnicity
African-American: 13.9%
Asian/Pacific Islander: 2.7%
Hispanic: 19.8%
Native American: 0.5%
White: 50.3%
Other: 12.7%

 STCC President

Ira H. Rubenzahl
President

 STCC Board Chair

Hector F. Toledo
Board Chair

Quote from the President

“Springfield Technical Community College (STCC) has a long tradition of preparing students for both employment and transfer to baccalaureate institutions. Our career programs in health, technology and business are nationally recognized. We have transfer programs not only in liberal arts but also in nursing, allied health, engineering, management, computer science and technology. Through STCC, students launch their careers, either immediately or after the completion of a four-year degree.”

Interesting Facts

  • The SIMS Medical Center is a nationally recognized patient simulation facility with experienced faculty and staff dedicated to the exploration of patient simulation with the goal of improved patient care.
  • STCC has a remarkably extensive selection of degree programs, options and certificate programs, including biotechnology, IT security, laser electro-optics technology, nursing and sonography.
  • STCC is an Achieving the Dream college. Its commitment to student success is exemplified by innovative course delivery in developmental English and math, engagement through the College Success Seminar, and academic advising with a focus on "the whole student."
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