SPC;s Allstate Campus is now offering state certification classes for concealed weapons permits. This four-hour concealed carry permit class is held on the first Saturday of each month and costs $90. This course meets the requirements necessary for students to obtain their Florida Concealed Weapon/Firearm License, and consists primarily of
The next Career and Academic Communities events will be in celebration of the Engineering and Manufacturing and Building Arts community March 15-21. That week’s events include: Shed Some Light on Electronics and Play “The Clawwwww!” No Quarters Needed Building Arts and Architecture Degree Exploration Check the schedule for dates and
The Palladium is thrilled to announce a brand-new streaming series, Palladium Live! While traditional in-person live shows remain on hold for a while, the Palladium is staying live with their new streaming series of performances, featuring your favorite Palladium artists and performers doing shows you can enjoy in the comfort
St. Petersburg Collegiate High Schools offer students the opportunity to simultaneously earn a high school diploma and an Associate in Arts degree – all at no cost to the family. If you are a Pinellas County resident and have a rising sophomore or junior, here’s great news! There is still
For many, 2020 will forever be followed with a giant thumbs down, but I am happy to share that Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) at SPC shined brighter than ever in 2020. This international honors club recently celebrated its centennial, and the five PTK chapters at SPC are growing like never
It was a conference of firsts! SPC’s Amber Estlund, QEP Lead/Communications faculty member, and Jennifer McBride, Associate Director of Institutional Effectiveness, recently presented at the virtual 40th Annual Conference on The First-Year Experience hosted by the National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition at the University
A number of Student Government Association members from SPC attended the Florida College System Student Government Association (FCSSGA) Legislative Conference virtually last month. FCSSGA works to represent and unify the 28 state colleges that range from the Keys to the Panhandle, which is about 800,000 students who have beliefs, concerns,
Professor Ian Wilson was recently featured in an ABC Action News story regarding the success of Project PILOT in the ’90s, which offered academic support and encouraged young Black men to enter the teaching field. See Wilson’s story here.
Last week, SPC’s athletic programs continued their winning ways and moved up in the FCSAA polls. BaseballAfter a 29-9 win over Lake Sumter State College, SPC’s baseball team moved up to #6 in the rankings at we started SunCoast Conference play. After a tough loss to Hillsborough Community College, the
St. Petersburg College has a long history of great academics and athletic programs as well as commitment to excellence, both on and off the court. With growing support from alumni, parents, family, friends and the surrounding community, the College looks to have continued success and growth for years to come.
College for Kids is offering a week-long Spring Break youth program for kids in grades 4-9 March 15-19. Sessions will run from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m., with extended care available, and they are conveniently located at our Downtown and Tarpon Springs locations. Students will experience innovative and experiential activities,
The St. Petersburg College Foundation is teaming up with Gassman, Crotty & Denicolo, Attorneys at Law, to provide five free webinars in a series titled, “SPC, Charity & Me: Smart Tax and Estate Giving for Financial Advisors and Donors. You can see the list of webinars, which begin on March
Look who is still looking for a home! This semester has been a great for our dogs and cats at SPC Veterinary Technology Program. We have adopted out 11 dogs and six cats so far. Here is who is still looking for their fur-ever home at Veterinary Technology Center: We
Students and future students can join SPC’s upcoming Fill It Out event on March 25, where they will receive virtual help filling out an online Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for 2021-22 and/or 2020-21 academic years. Register here. Learn more from our flyer.