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Conoyer Hall (12-CH)

Social Sciences Building (SSB)

This two-story building houses a number of classrooms, an auditorium, administrative offices.

* Formerly Social Science Building

Campus Police (13-CP)

Campus Police moved into this new, completed building in 2021. The building and security upgrades were funded by Proposition Community College.

Life Science Building (11-LS)

The Life Science Building building houses several general education classes. As part of the Proposition Community College project, it is the home of five new science labs, additional classrooms, offices and student study areas.

Campus Lake Apartments (14-CLA)

The Campus Lake Apartments offer modern and affordable student housing options for SCC students. It features fully furnished units with all utilities included, including wi-fi and cable. The complex can house up to 130 students, spread among various unit configurations. Learn more

The Center for Healthy Living (CHL)

This two-story building in Dardenne Prairie is SCC's newest. Institutional focus is on healthy and sustainable living, with most courses centered on the healthcare field.

Conoyer Hall (12-CH)

One of the largest campus buildings houses more than 20 classrooms over two floors and an auditorium, lounge, the ACE Tutoring Center and various faculty and administrative offices. Parking is available in the Yellow and Purple lots.

Schnare Library (3-SL)

Learning Resource Center (LRC)

The Technology Help Desk, private study rooms, a small TV studio and a cluster of classrooms all accompany this two-story building’s main feature, the Paul and Helen Schnare Library. Parking is available in the Blue lot.

Schnare Library (3-SL)

The Technology Help Desk, private study rooms, a small TV studio and a cluster of classrooms all accompany this two-story building’s main feature, the Paul and Helen Schnare Library. Parking is available in the Blue lot.

SCC Main (1-SCM)

SCC Main (SCM)

The three-level SCC Main Building is distinguished by its glass-like stairwell "tower," triangular windows and other interesting architectural focal points. The building houses classrooms, labs, administrative offices and faculty suites. 

* Formerly Administration building

SCC Main (1-SCM)

Shook Theatre [4-ST]

Shook Theatre [ST]

A 407-seat theater is the central highlight of this one-story building which also houses music classrooms, a scene shop, the SCC Box Office and an art gallery. Parking is available in the adjacent Blue lot.

* Formerly Fine Arts Building

Shook Theatre [4-ST]

A 407-seat theater is the central highlight of this one-story building which also houses music classrooms, a scene shop, the SCC Box Office and an art gallery. Parking is available in the adjacent Blue lot.

Student Center (2-SC)

Student Center (SC)

The Student Center is home to the Technology Help Desk, Plaza Bistro, Plaza Bistro Coffee Shop (Proudly Serving Starbucks Coffee), Campus Store and the Assessment Center.

Student Center (2-SC)

McGuire Hall (5-MH)

McGuire Hall (MH)

Home to 20 classrooms and the Division of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences as well as the Continuing Education Department, this two-story building is one of the most centrally located and is accessible from most parking lots.

* Formerly Humanities Building

McGuire Hall (5-MH)

Home to 20 classrooms and the Division of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences as well as the Continuing Education Department, this two-story building is one of the most centrally located and is accessible from most parking lots.

Recreation Center (7-RC)

Recreation Center (RC)

This two-story building is a multi-purpose facility for fitness classes, student organizations, athletics and special events including graduation and other large, community activities. Parking is available in the Yellow lot.

* Formerly College Center

Recreation Center (7-RC)

Recreation Center (RC)

This two-story building is a multi-purpose facility for fitness classes, student organizations, athletics and special events including graduation and other large, community activities. Parking is available in the Yellow lot.

Campus Store (CS)

Students can purchase their books and enjoy shopping for SCC gear and other classroom necessities at the Campus Store.

Campus Store

Campus Store (CS)

One of SCC’s newest buildings is home to the Campus Store and spirit shop, as well as Cougar Café, a grab-n-go food service option open Monday-Saturday. The Campus Store is closest to the Yellow lot.

Campus Store (CS)

Campus Store

One of SCC’s newest buildings is home to the Campus Store and spirit shop, as well as Cougar Café, a grab-n-go food service option open Monday-Saturday. The Campus Store is closest to the Yellow lot.

Technology Building (6-TB)

Technology Building (TB)

All 20 classrooms in the two-story building highly visible from Mid Rivers Mall Drive incorporate modern computer hardware and software to serve a variety of technology-based instruction. Parking is available in the Orange lot.

Technology Building (6-TB)

Technology Building (TECH)

All 20 classrooms in the two-story building highly visible from Mid Rivers Mall Drive incorporate modern computer hardware and software to serve a variety of technology-based instruction. Parking is available in the Orange lot.

Visual Arts Building (10-VAB)

Visual Arts Building (VAB)

Situated near one of two campus lakes, this building’s acid-stained cement flooring speaks to the active learning environment inside its 10 art studios for print making, photography, drawing and more. Parking is available in the Orange lot.

Visual Arts Building (10-VAB)

Situated near one of two campus lakes, this building’s acid-stained cement flooring speaks to the active learning environment inside its 10 art studios for print making, photography, drawing and more. Parking is available in the Orange lot.

Campus Operations (8-CO)

Campus Operations (CO)

Tucked behind the Recreation Center (7-RC) (gymnasium) is the 20,000-square-ft. Campus Operations building. Student IDs and parking passes are distributed in the Campus Police, located inside the building’s southwest doors.

* Formerly Campus Services Building

 

Campus Operations [8-CO]

Tucked behind the Recreation Center (7-RC) (gymnasium) is the 20,000-square-ft. Campus Operations building. Student IDs and parking passes are distributed in the Campus Police, located inside the building’s southwest doors.

Purple Lot

Yellow Lot

Blue Lot

Green Lot

Red Lot

Orange Lot

 

College Meadows Park

College Meadows Park

A nine-hole disc golf course and separate outdoor fitness trail are the key features of the 80-acre College Meadows Park. The park connects with nearby greenways and is open year-round.

Volleyball Court

Volleyball Court

Dip your toes in the sand at the outdoor volleyball court. Volleyballs may be checked out with a valid photo ID any time the College Center Fitness Center desk is open. Please read all rules and safety guidelines posted courtside.

Greenway Trail

Greenway Trail

A stretch along Mid Rivers Mall Drive and Ohmes Rd. provides scenic terrain for a .67-mile paved trail constructed by Great Rivers Greenway. The segment links trails from Cotteville’s Legacy Park with Woodlands Park in St. Peters.

Tech Lawn

Tech Lawn

A natural amphitheater sits west of Mid Rivers Mall Drive and one of two campus lakes, providing a setting for outdoor movies in the summer and early fall. Parking is available in the Orange and Red lots.

Soccer Field

Soccer Field

Bleachers and lawn seating are available at the men’s and women’s soccer field at the corner of Ohmes Rd. and Mid Rivers Mall Drive. Watch the Cougars compete in NJCAA Division I from August to late October. Parking is available in the Orange lot.

Baseball Field

Baseball Field

Cheer on the Cougars every spring as they challenge their rivals from around the region. SCC is a member of NJCAA Division I and competes in the Midwest Community College Athletic Conference. Parking is available in the Orange lot.

Softball Field

Softball Field

Support the SCC Cougars as they take the field March-May, competing with colleges from around the Midwest. SCC is a member of NJCAA Division I and participates in the Midwest Community College Athletic Conference. Parking is available in the Orange lot.

Campus parking lots are open-access to all visitors, students and employees.

 

SCC Main Campus and Buildings

Located at 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive, Cottleville, Mo. one mile north of 364/94 and 3 miles south of I-70.
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SCC Main Building

The three-level SCC Main Building is distinguished by its glass-like stairwell "tower," triangular windows and other interesting architectural focal points. The building houses classrooms, labs, administrative offices and faculty suites. 

About 100,000 square feet, the SCC Main Building is the largest of the four buildings in Phase 1 of campus construction completed in late 1991. 

SCM Floor Plan (PDF) | ADA Accessibility Map (PDF)

Student Center Building

The Student Center is home to the Technology Help Desk, Plaza Bistro, Plaza Bistro Coffee Shop (Proudly Serving Starbucks Coffee), Campus Store and the Assessment Center.

SC Floor Plan (PDF) | ADA Accessibility Map (PDF)

 

Schnare Library Building

Schnare Library is the two-story home of the Paul and Helen Schnare Library and the Adult Education and Literacy Department. There also are several classrooms and offices, as well as the ACE Tutoring Center

Part of Phase 1 campus construction completed in late 1995, the Schnare Library is about 42,000 square feet.

SL Floor Plan (PDF) | ADA Accessibility Map (PDF)

Shook Theatre Building

This one-story building named after the college's founding president has about 44,000 square feet of space including a 407-seat theater. Part of the Phase 2 construction project completed in 1995, it is home to Center Stage Theatre and Young People's Theatre productions and music concerts. The building also houses a scene shop, music and dance rooms, the SCC Box Office and an art gallery that holds several exhibitions each semester. Purchase Tickets Online at stchastickets.com.

ST Floor Plan (PDF) | ADA Accessibility Map (PDF)

McGuire Hall Building

This two-story building named after the college's second president has about 42,000 square feet of space. Part of the Phase 2 construction project completed in 1995, it houses the college's Corporate & Community Development Division including continuing education and community and business programs, the Division of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, as well as additional classrooms, offices and storage space for various academic disciplines.

MH Floor Plan (PDF) | ADA Accessibility Map (PDF)

Technology Building

All classrooms in this two-story Technology Building, home to SCC's core of technology-based courses, incorporate the latest in computer hardware and software, and the building is wired with fiber optic cable to allow the full range of voice, data and video in each room. The building also houses offices and student lounge areas.

Part of the Phase 3 construction project, the 41,868-square-foot building was completed in time for spring 2001 classes.

TB Floor Plan (PDF) | ADA Accessibility Map (PDF)

Student Center Building

This two-level building is a multi-purpose activity area for student organizations, athletics, recreation and special events, meetings and exhibits. The Fitness Center provides fitness assessment and a complete weight machine circuit as well as cardio equipment. A gymnasium and a unique lobby/rotunda allow the building to accommodate large college and community events.

Part of the Phase 3 construction project, the 57,527-square-foot building, along with three athletic fields (softball, baseball and a multipurpose field), was completed in time for spring 2001 classes.

RC Floor Plan (PDF) | ADA Accessibility Map (PDF)

 

Campus Services Building

This building contained 16,000 square feet of space in the first construction phase and was enlarged by 4,000 square feet in Phase 2. It houses central heating and air conditioning, receiving and storage areas, mail room, and copying.

ADA Accessibility Map (PDF)

Visual Arts Building

The Visual Arts Building is home to the visual arts programs; it houses 10 art studios for pottery (ceramics and clay), print making, photography, graphic design, painting, drawing, jewelry making and sculpture.

Part of the Phase 4 construction project, the 20,890-square-foot building was completed in August 2006.

VAB Floor Plan (PDF) | ADA Accessibility Map (PDF)

Life Sciences Building

New science labs, along with additional classrooms, offices and student study areas, were part of the 2021-2022 renovations funded by Proposition Community College. The renovations create more expansive learning environments for students while also creating the potential for growth in STEM programs.

LS Floor Plan (PDF) | ADA Accessibility Map (PDF)

Conoyer Hall Building

Named for one of SCC's first Board of Trustees members, this two-story building houses a number of classrooms, an auditorium, and administrative offices including the president of the college, on the second floor. 
The 87,687-square-foot building was completed in August 2006, and is one of three buildings completed during the Phase 4 construction project

CH Floor Plan (PDF) | ADA Accessibility Map (PDF)

Campus Police Building

Campus Police moved into this new, completed building in 2021. The building and security upgrades were funded by Proposition Community College.

Campus Lake Apartments

The Campus Lake Apartments offer modern and affordable student housing options for SCC students. It features fully furnished units with all utilities included, including wi-fi and cable. The complex can house up to 130 students, spread among various unit configurations. Learn More >>

Students can purchase their books and enjoy shopping for SCC gear and other classroom necessities at the Campus Store.

St. Charles Community College's beautiful 228-acre campus features numerous walking trails, including the half-mile storybook walk presented by St. Charles City-County Library and the SCC Foundation.

ADA Accessibility Map (PDF)

The Center for Healthy Living [CHL]

This two-story building in Dardenne Prairie is SCC's newest. Institutional focus is on healthy and sustainable living, with most courses centered on the healthcare field.

Field to Table Institute/Culinary and Agriculture Center [CAC]

The Field to Table Institute brings together culinary, agriculture and healthcare, teaching the concept of going directly from the field to the table, and the connection between farming, food, health care and quality of life. In addition to credit programs, the Field to Table Institute also offers community-based courses in food, gardening, health and sustainability.

Greenhouse

A teaching classroom/lab for plant science, crop initiation, season extension and experiential learning.

Freight Farm

A hydroponic, vertical, indoor farm run from an app. 320 sq. ft. produces the same as a 3 acre field. Example of urban farming techniques.

Agriculture Shed

provides space for storage of farming implements and equipment as well as harvest processing and experiential learning.

 

The Center for Healthy Living [CHL]

 

This two-story building in Dardenne Prairie is SCC's newest. Institutional focus is on healthy and sustainable living, with most courses centered on the healthcare field.

Field to Table Institute/Culinary and Agriculture Center [CAC]

The Field to Table Institute brings together culinary, agriculture and healthcare, teaching the concept of going directly from the field to the table, and the connection between farming, food, health care and quality of life. In addition to credit programs, the Field to Table Institute also offers community-based courses in food, gardening, health and sustainability.

Dardenne Creek Campus

Located at 1 Academy Place, Dardenne Prairie, Mo.
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Center For Healthy Living Building

This two-story building in Dardenne Prairie is part of the Dardenne Creek Campus. 
CHL Floor Plan (PDF)

Field to Table Institute Building

The Field to Table Institute brings together culinary, agriculture and healthcare, teaching the concept of going directly from the field to the table, and the connection between farming, food, health care and quality of life. In addition to credit programs, the Field to Table Institute also offers community-based courses in cooking and healthy living.

Learn More >>

Provides space for storage of farming implements and equipment as well as harvest processing and experiential learning.

A teaching classroom/lab for plant science, crop initiation, and learning off season.

A hydroponic, vertical, indoor farm. In 320 square feet, it produces the same as a three-acre field. Students are able to learn urban farming techniques.

Technical Campus Wentzville

 

Techincal Campus Wentzville

Located at 209 West Pearce Blvd, Wentzville, Mo.

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SCC’s technical programs, including welding, are located here.

 

Regional Workforce Innovation Center

 

RWIC
Coming in 2025

SCC's Regional Workforce Innovation Center will prepare the region's workforce for jobs in technology, advanced manufacturing, robotics, sustainable energy, healthcare and more.