With more than 20 clubs and organizations on campus, student life at Saint Louis Community College (STLCC) – Forest Park is anything but dull. This is partly due to the incredibly varied backgrounds that the college’s students come from. International students comprise more than 10% of STLCC Forest Park’s enrollment, and the college represents about 80 different countries.
STLCC Forest Park is known primarily for its culinary arts and hospitality programs, which it claims to be among the best in St. Louis. To support these programs, STLCC Forest Park recently opened the Jack E. Miller Hospitality Studies Center.
Also notable are the college’s programs in allied health, which include respiratory therapy, radiology and phlebotomy. Additionally, the Center for Emerging and Advanced Information Technology provides several courses in Cisco Systems networking.
STLCC Forest Park maintains an open admissions policy, in order to make higher education fully accessible to the members of the community. Please note, however, that certain programs may have additional admissions requirements.
Federal grants, loans and work-study comprise the majority of STLCC’s financial aid programs. The school also offers financial assistance through state-funded programs and institutional scholarships. The scholarship application is available on the college’s website, and bear in mind that the FAFSA is required for need-based aid.
Quick Facts about Saint Louis Community College, Forest Park
Large City Setting
Large (5,000 to 10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
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Students Coming From In-State vs. Out-of-State
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