The South Texas College Pecan Campus Library Art Gallery is proud to present, in collaboration with Library Services’ annual Hispanic Heritage Month, “Border Lineage: An Exhibition in Two Parts.” The exhibit will be on view September 8, through December 7, 2015, at the Pecan Campus Library Art Gallery located at 3201 West Pecan Boulevard, Bldg.… [Continue Reading]

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Accessibility to higher education is becoming more of a reality for many Rio Grande Valley residents as more than 30,000 traditional and dual enrollment students have registered for the fall semester at South Texas College. In addition to the traditional classroom setting available at the institution’s five physical campuses, students also have a variety of… [Continue Reading]

A Pecan Campus student displays his future career goal as a radiology technician in the making during the first week of the fall 2015 semester at South Texas College.

Growing up, Mayra Cheever viewed cooking and baking as a regular part of her everyday life. Little did the McAllen native know that one day, she would pursue her higher education as a culinary student. “Right before I graduated from McAllen Memorial High School in 2012, I still didn’t know what I wanted to do,”… [Continue Reading]

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In an effort to assist a surge of students who are registering for the fall 2015 semester, South Texas College has announced it will be open on Sunday, August 23, from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. for a Registration Rush at the Pecan Campus located at 3201 W. Pecan Blvd. in McAllen. Classes start on… [Continue Reading]

New student Johnly De La Cruz receives help from STC Admissions at the Pecan Campus where he will study criminal justice starting this fall.

When faced with challenges that might seem impossible to overcome, Benjamin Ochoa has kept moving forward with a positive attitude and an unyielding determination to make his dream of becoming a civil engineer a reality. The current Mission resident began his college career early as a dual enrollment student at Veterans Memorial High School.” “When… [Continue Reading]

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