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January
15,
2021
| 09:42 AM America/Chicago
With spring 2021 registration now underway, STC says it will continue supporting students during the COVID-19 pandemic through another care package
January
07,
2021
| 15:39 PM America/Chicago
Former Lt. Ruben Suarez has officially been hired as STC’s new chief of police effective Jan. 1. Suarez had served as acting chief for the last 18
December
01,
2020
| 08:37 AM America/Chicago
This month, Aurora Rodriguez will be graduating with seven other nurses in the very first cohort of the RN-to-BSN program at South Texas College.

Patridge: STC A Key Economic Driver for RGV

05
May
2020
riograndeguardian.com

Respiratory Therapists In Demand During Pandemic

30
Apr
2020
www.valleycentral.com
STC Classes Adapting to Distance Learningopens in new window
South Texas College continues to adapt to instruction setting changes, especially for hands-on programs like culinary arts, nursing, and allied health. The institution is using multi-camera angles to support the learning experience for the students. Educators say they are seeing a positive response from the students. “The students are really excited. oh my god, you can see the burners you can see the sauce,” said one instructer on the students’ reactions. STC is planning on having their summer classes take place completely online. This week, STC board members approved for the class drop date to extend to May 7th.
24
Apr
2020
www.valleycentral.com
Valley Nurse Working in Virus Hotspot NYopens in new window
In May 2018, 23-year-old Evelyn Ovando graduated from South Texas College with her associate’s degree as a registered nurse. Within three months, she started her career in the intensive care unit. Now, she’s stationed at a medical center in Brooklyn, New York, near an area the coronavirus has claimed more than 10,000 lives.
20
Apr
2020
www.krgv.com