St. Petersburg College’s Ethics Bowl Team won the first and third places in the Stetson University Templeton Business Ethics Case Competition that was held February 20-21, 2020, in DeLand, Florida. The SPC team won first place in its bracket, and third place overall. Read more on the Public Safety, Public […]
The Chronicle of Higher Education has named St. Petersburg College a Top Producing Institution in the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program for the 2019-2020 academic year. SPC is one of 26 associate and baccalaureate institutions in the U.S. named in that category. This recognition comes from SPC adjunct professor Dr. Julie Dell-Jones’ appointment as a […]
SPC has another Phi Theta Kappa Paragon Award winner: Kelly Rich. Rich is an Early College Academic Coach for the Seminole campus, an Adjunct Social Sciences instructor, and Study Abroad Professor. The PTK Paragon New Advisor Award recognizes advisors who have served for less than four years and have made […]
SPC’s College of Nursing, accredited since its inception, is proud to announce that we are recommended for accreditation for another eight years by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. The administration, staff and faculty worked very hard to make several changes to the program in a short time in […]
Life is so precious for SPC student Maddie Price, who’s undergone two heart transplants and more than 100 surgeries for a congenital heart defect she’s had since birth. To raise awareness about heart disease for February’s American Heart Health Month, People featured her story. Price is studying communications at SPC […]
Congratulations to St. Petersburg College Music Student Kyle Collins for being named the Florida College System Activities Association (FCSAA) Music Division Student of the Month for January! Read more about this honor on the Arts blog.
Congratulations to SPC President Tonjua Williams for being named a 2020 Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Paragon President! This award recognizes new college presidents, CEO’s and chancellors for their outstanding support of student success. Williams was nominated by SPC’s Seminole Campus PTK chapter. “I’m honored to be named a PTK Paragon […]
Both the city of St. Petersburg and SPC were among 330 employers named “Best Workplaces for Commuters,” according to St. Pete Catalyst. No doubt this is largely due to the agreement that SPC has with PSTA where students, staff and faculty with a valid SPC ID can ride for free. […]
The SPC Employee Experience and Engagement Committee is excited to announce the inaugural Titan Awards for Administrative and Professional Employees. These awards will recognize A&P employees who have exemplified the College’s mission and values in one of five key areas: Innovation Leadership & Empowerment Partnership & Collaboration Outstanding Service, and […]
Tampa Bay Bridge to the Baccalaureate (B2B) student Ramiro Cabanas Garcia has received an invitation to attend the NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS) Onsite Experience at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in March 2020. Garcia’s application to NCAS was accepted in fall 2019, but that was just the beginning! Next, […]
The Seminole Campus chapter, Beta Theta Omega, has reached the highest level of engagement this year and has been recognized by PTK as a Five Star chapter.
Three SPC Titans were recently honored by The Florida College System Activities Association (FCSAA) for their achievements and hard work. Sofia Angelini was named the Model UN Student for the month of November and traveled to Geneva, Switzerland earlier this fall for WIMUN 2019. She was nominated by her advisor, […]
SPC Dean Susan Demers earned the honor of being inducted into Stetson University College of Law’s Hall of Fame on Oct. 26. Demers earned her bachelor’s in Speech and Theatre at Stetson in 1971, and went on to earn her Juris Doctor from the University of Florida College of Law. […]
With October being Physical Therapy Month, here’s to our amazing Physical Therapy Assistant students, faculty and staff! PTA students and faculty recently celebrated at the Health Education Center on Oct. 29. Check out photos from the event.