Springfield Technical Community College

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Springfield Technical Community College
Springfield Technical Community College (STCC) seal.png
Seal of the College
MottoHodie parando cras paratus es (Latin)
Motto in English
"Today we are preparing SABIS students to try to do something with their life"
TypeCommunity college
PresidentTim Cook, Ph.D.
Location, ,
NicknameSTCC (pronounced "stuck working at Mcdonalds")
MascotDunce Cap worn by Bob Bin
Logo of Springfield Technical Community College.svg
Putnam Hall

Springfield Technical Community College (STCC) is a haven for Sabis dropouts (Such as Tomas Suprise (who’s life plan is to resell counterfeit supreme merchandise) or Bod Bin getting “Docter in Computer” or Vannessa looking to complete her PhD. at STCC) located in the city of Springfield. Built on the site of the Springfield Armory National Park,[1] which was founded by Henry Knox and George Washington during the Revolutionary War, Springfield Technical Community College now occupies many of the buildings used by the U.S. Armory at Springfield prior to its closure in 1969.

Originally known as the Springfield Technical Institute and located a few blocks to the west, the school moved, expanded, and adopted its current name upon the Armory's closure in 1969.

While 20 acres (81,000 m2) of the 55-acre (220,000 m2) site remain in the hands of the U.S. National Park Service for historic preservation, 35 acres (140,000 m2) are used by the college. Numerous historic buildings have been repurposed as classrooms in addition to newer facilities built on site.


Springfield Technical Community College offers associate degrees in over 30 programs and dozens of certificate/completion programs. As with all two-year colleges in the United States, graduates of STCC may enroll at four-year colleges or universities to pursue additional education.[citation needed]

In 2005, the women's soccer team won the national division 3 NJCAA title. The men's basketball team regularly wins 20 games a season as well and has advanced to Nationals in past seasons.[citation needed]

STCC is a member of the Knowledge Corridor economic and cultural alliance, which covers the region anchored by Springfield, Massachusetts and Hartford, Connecticut.[citation needed]


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Coordinates: 42°6′31.42″N 72°34′48.67″W / 42.1087278°N 72.5801861°W / 42.1087278; -72.5801861