Events

RCPSE interim Chief Administrator Sgt. Jose Moroles addresses law enforcement at STC’s President’s Advisory Council Committee luncheon Nov. 19. (photo STC)

More Than 1,400 Officers Trained at RCPSE

More than 1,400 law enforcement officers have trained at South Texas College’s Regional Center for Public Safety Excellence since January. The numbers come from RCPSE interim Chief Administrator Sgt. Jose Moroles, who spoke recently at STC’s President’s Advisory Council Committee. STC is the first border community college in the nation to establish integrative training for local, state and federal professionals in law enforcement. This also includes those in public safety,…

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Project Please To Grow Special Ed Leaders

Faculty in the UTRGV College of Education and P-16 Integration have been awarded a $1.2 million grant for Project PLEASE, a collaborative initiative to…
Brownsville

STC Announces BSN Program

South Texas College is starting a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program, according to officials at a special event Nov. 25. Among those…
McAllen

Project SHARE Scholarships Now Available

The Brownsville Public Utilities Board is awarding ten 10 scholarships…
Brownsville

No Prob“LAMA” to Give Back

Christmas is a time of giving and giving back. It’s a time when…
McAllen

STC Hosts Information Sessions on High-Demand Careers

South Texas College invites communities in Starr County to visit and…