Check out what’s happening on our campuses next week: SPC Reads Event – Open Mic Mar 02, 2020, 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Tarpon Springs Campus, FA 132 Students and faculty are encouraged to share original poetry, songs, comedy and stories. Feel free to read book passages or some of […]
The slate of interviews for SPC’s new Vice President of Academic Affairs will begin Tuesday, February 25. Candidates will be on-site on three different days to present their vision for Academic Affairs at SPC and engage in a rotation of interviews at the EpiCenter. The 12:30-1:15 rotation will be a […]
The lives of SPC’s College of Veterinary Technology housed animals were enhanced this week through an elementary school’s community service program and a young person with a heart for animals. Owen McBride’s third grade class was asked to select and complete a community service project. Owen loves animals and chose […]
See what’s happening on our campuses next week: Women on the Way Warm the “Sole” Sock Drive Collecting donations until Feb. 24 WOW offices at SPC Clearwater, Midtown, Seminole, St. Petersburg/Gibbs and Tarpon Springs Campuses Socks are the number one most requested clothing item at homeless shelters. WOW is accepting […]
Students who wish to accelerate their credits and get a bit closer to their degree can do so at St. Petersburg College’s Midtown Center with a new 12 in 12 opportunity. This unique Express Session allows students to take four classes, earning 12 credits in just 12 weeks. This helps […]
Mark your calendars, or just check ours! SPC’s spring community weeks kick off in February with the Engineering, Manufacturing and Building Arts week Feb. 3-9. Career and Academic Community events allow each learning community opportunities to show the community all that SPC has to offer, so tell your friends, family […]
St. Petersburg College celebrated the grand opening of the new Workforce Hub on Wednesday, January 8 at the Tarpon Springs campus. The new Hub will create a pipeline for students and community members to gain access to employment and training. Read all about the news here.
Now that break is over, spring events are coming up quickly that can be posted on SPC’s internal calendar! This calendar is for high-level events hosted, sponsored or otherwise supported by SPC as well as some campus/college events or community events. The internal calendar can be viewed from the quick […]
Two SPC students played big roles in the annual Epiphany celebration in Tarpon Springs this year. Both the dove bearer and the cross diver who retrieved the white wooden cross from Spring Bayou are studying at SPC. Read all about these students and the parts they played in this year’s […]
State and local legislators shared stories about their successes and struggles with St. Petersburg College’s graduates at the Indian Rocks Baptist Church on Saturday, Dec. 14. More than 1,800 students graduated this semester with: 868 Associate in Arts degrees 396 Associate in Science degrees 263 Bachelor of Applied Science degrees […]
For the second year in a row, St. Petersburg College’s summer theater production made the top 10 list from Broadway World’s Best Local Shows and Performances of the Year. Read the entire story on the Arts, Humanities and Design blog.
The American Society for Microbiology, an organization made up of more than 30,000 scientists and health professionals from around the world, recently appointed St. Petersburg College Natural Science Professor Dr. Shannon McQuaig Ulrich a council member on their Council on Microbial Sciences. Read the entire story on the Science and […]
SPC’s Tarpon Springs Campus Women on the Way program recently received a $500 Community Grant from the Tarpon Walmart #3415. Tarpon Walmart Manager Janice Perry selected WOW Tarpon to support diversity and inclusion in education. Tarpon WOW Student Support Advisor Rosa Edwards-Harris, who applied for the grant, said the money […]
SPC’s Public Policy and Administration department hosted their 16th bi-annual Leadership Speaker Series Luncheon. The guest speaker was Pinellas County Administrator Read all about the event on the Public Safety, Public Policy and Legal Studies blog.