Health and Safety

STLCC Alerts

All STLCC students and employees are automatically set up to receive STLCC Alerts. However, to ensure you receive STLCC Alerts on your cell, work, and/or home phone, be sure to verify your emergency notification information in Banner Self-Service. Email notifications are automatically sent to your STLCC account.

STLCC Alerts will send direct messages in case of:

  • Closing and delays
  • Inclement weather and natural disasters
  • Emergency and threats to personal safety
  • STLCC safety drills

STLCC encourages all students, employees, and individuals who frequently visit STLCC campuses to keep text notifications enabled. However, data rates do apply to text messages sent through STLCC Alerts. To unsubscribe from texts via mobile, text “STOP” to 51664 to opt out of emergency alerts.

You can resume emergency text messages at any time by texting “RESUME” to 51664.

Closing Procedures

The decision to cancel classes, delay the start time of classes, or close a campus due to weather or other emergency situations lies with college administration. Upon this decision, closings will be announced on the following stations:

  • KMOX (1120 AM);
  • KMOX-TV, Channel 4;
  • KSDK-TV, Channel 5; and
  • KTVI-TV, Channel 2.

This information is also available on

Title IX: Sexual Harassment

St. Louis Community College is committed to providing an academic and work environment that is free from sex based discrimination including sexual harassment. . The College's policies and response to incidences of sexual harassment comply with federal, state , and local laws including  Title VII, Title IX, and the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).  Supportive resources are available to those impacted by sexual harassment on and off campus.

Information on how to report an incident of concern, the process for addressing complaints, and where to find supportive resources can be found on the College website. Questions and concerns can be directed to Districtwide Director Equity Compliance/Title IX Coordinator Mary Zabriskie (314) 539-5345. For employee related concerns, Director Labor and Employee Relations/Deputy Title IX Coordinator Sylvia Edgar is also available at (314) 539-5209.

All students are encouraged to complete annually online training entitled Title IX Student Training: Preventing Sexual Misconduct at STLCC available on the College learning platform.

Student Code of Conduct 

The college is committed to maintaining an environment that fosters learning and personal development. All members of the college community are responsible for their own behavior and are expected to be familiar with the rules and regulations of the college. Students are expected to uphold these standards of behavior and to respect the rights of others. Each student shall comply with the rules and regulations of the college. More information on the Student Code of Conduct can be found on the College website and in Administrative Procedures (G.19 Student Code of Conduct).

Firearms on College Property

No person (except for licensed police officers) shall possess or carry any firearm, visible or concealed, on college property (including college buildings and grounds – leased or owned by the college – college athletic fields and parking lots) or in any college vehicle or at college sponsored events on or off college property.

Tobacco Free Policy

The college is committed to providing an environment that is safe and healthy. Use of tobacco products, illegal substances, and all forms of electronic smoking devices is prohibited on all college property and in all college vehicles. There will be no designated smoking areas within the property boundary. Violators may receive disciplinary action.

Drug Abuse Prevention Information

St. Louis Community College is committed to providing a positive and healthy environment for students and employees. As citizens, students are subjected to the rules of accountability imposed by federal, state and local laws. The criminal penalties for violations may include fines, restitution, imprisonment, loss of driving privileges and other sanctions. Students of St. Louis Community College assume the obligation to conduct themselves in a manner compatible with the college’s function as an educational institution. Therefore, the use of, being under the influence of, possession of, or distribution of alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs on campus or at any college-sponsored function will result in disciplinary action.

Students found to have violated their obligations as described above will be subject to the following sanctions: censure, disciplinary probation, restitution, compensatory service, suspension and/or dismissal.

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Unattended Children

Students are not permitted to bring children to class, nor should children be left unattended in the halls, offices, library, student center or outside on campus property. The college reserves the right to protect the safety and welfare of unattended children. If students leave children unattended, the college will institute appropriate disciplinary action.