About this Catalog
The St. Louis Community College 2017/18 catalog contains information on entering the college, choosing a program, getting the most out of the collegiate experience, and moving toward a career or advanced study.
Courses listed in the transfer and career programs sections may not be offered every semester. A class schedule that lists courses currently being offered and a description of each course is available at stlcc.edu/schedule.
The information in this catalog is current as of March 2017. The college may at any time change policies and procedures outlined in this catalog. For information on policy changes, refer to the Board of Trustees Policy Manual. The manual is also available in the campus libraries.
The information in this catalog is not a substitute for Board policies.
This catalog is available in alternate forms. Contact a campus Access office for more information.
St. Louis Community College expands minds and changes lives every day by offering high-quality educational experiences leading to degrees, certificates, employment, university transfer, and life-long learning.
Notice of Non-Discrimination
St. Louis Community College is committed to non-discrimination and equal opportunities in its admissions, educational programs, activities, and employment regardless of race, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, genetic information, or status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran and shall take action necessary to ensure non-discrimination. Sexual harassment, including sexual violence, is also prohibited. For information or concerns related to discrimination or sexual harassment, contact Mary Zabriskie, Director, Student Conduct/Title IX, at 314-539-5345.
If you are a person with a documented disability and need accommodations to attend classes, please fill out the Access Office application at stlcc.edu/access at least six weeks prior to the beginning of the semester.
Academic Integrity Statement
St. Louis Community College recognizes that the core value of academic integrity is essential to all activities of an academic community and provides the cornerstone for teaching and learning. It is characterized by upholding the foundational principles of honesty, equity, mutual responsibility, respect, and personal integrity. Advancing the principles of academic integrity is essential because doing so enhances academic discourse, the quality of academic work, institutional operations, and the assessment of educational goals.
Observing academic integrity involves:
- Maintaining the standards of the college’s degrees, certificates, and awards to preserve the academic credibility and reputation of the college.
- Communicating expectations, best practices, and procedures in order to promote the principles of academic integrity and ensure compliance.
- Providing environments, instruction, and access to the resources necessary for maintaining integrity in learning.
- Taking responsibility and personal accountability for the merit and authenticity of one’s work.
- Giving proper acknowledgement and attribution to those who directly contribute to a project or whose work is used in the completion of a project.
- Recognizing what compromises academic integrity, whether intentional or unintentional (plagiarism, cheating, uncivil behavior, etc.).
- It is the shared duty of the faculty, students, and staff of the college to understand, abide by and endorse academic integrity.