SPC Lady Titan’s Sophomore, Domenica “Dome” Zamora has quite the season both on and off the court during her time here at SPC. Dome, an international student from Ecuador, led the Titans to a Central Conference Championship and the team’s first State Tournament bid in 5 years, but she also racked up on academic and … Continue reading SPC’s Domenica Zamora named FCSAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year!
By Elena Rami Being an international student at SPC has been by far the best experience I have ever had. Everything started when I decided that I wanted to study in the U.S. at the age of 14. Many will think that this is a very young age to think about college, but I have … Continue reading So happy I chose SPC!
To celebrate Community College month, Sane Haidara, an international student who graduated from St. Petersburg College in the summer of 2016, joined SPC for an online webinar with Professor Jeffery Kronschnabl, his past instructor, Dr. Susan Demers, Public Policy and Legal Studies Dean, and Frank Jurkovic, International Programs Director to share his experience at SPC … Continue reading SPC Alum makes International Difference
By: Vy Pham I used to be a very stubborn and a quiet girl. My parents always complained to me because of that. I also received a lot of sarcasm from my relative because of my personality. However, because of my personality, I always proved to myself through my actions and achievements instead of words. … Continue reading Vietnamese dream came true at St. Petersburg College
Written by: Vy Pham and Elena Rami The Multicultural International Club (MIC) based at the SPC Clearwater campus enables international and American students from different backgrounds to make new friends and share their cultures. It is a great way to make connections and learn about different countries and cultures, including traditions, food, education, values, beliefs, … Continue reading Sane Haidara, SPC Alum in Timbuktu chats with SPC student club
Just a reminder that if you are a St. Petersburg College international student on an F-1 visa, you are required to have injury/sickness insurance before you can register for classes each term.
International Education Week (IEW) is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. This joint initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Education is an effort to promote programs that prepare Americans for a global environment and attract future leaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences in the United States. Check out this year’s events.