When our students need help, we’re here to get it done. St. Petersburg College has a robust and effective tutoring program that all of our enrolled students are free to utilize. From biology and chemistry to writing and math, each campus has a knowledgeable tutor that can assist in a wide variety of areas. What … Continue reading Join SPC for Tutoring, Workshops and more
SPC hosted the Fall SPC Reads Book Club meeting on Oct. 3. This year’s book is Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor Noah.
Are you obsessed with true crime? Love a good whodunit mystery? Ready to get into the spooky spirit? The SPG Library is hosting an evening of True Crime Investigation presented by the St. Petersburg College Crime Scene Technology program faculty and students on Wednesday, October 16th, 6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. in LI-101. The event … Continue reading SPC True Crime Investigation Event at SPC Gibbs
In celebration of Hispanic & Latinx Heritage Month, Sylvia Marsters, a librarian and writing tutor, selected just a few of the many relevant books and e-books that are available in the St. Petersburg College Library system. These are now on display in the Downtown Campus Learning Resources: Cuban-American Art in Miami, Cumbia (a genre of … Continue reading Come Down to Downtown for Hispanic & Latinx Heritage Month
Banned Books Week (September 22 – 28, 2019) is an annual week-long celebration of the freedom to read. It started in 1982 in response to a rise in the number of book challenges in schools, bookstores, and libraries. According to the American Libraries Association, books are usually challenged with the best intentions—to protect others, usually … Continue reading Celebrating “Banned Books” at St. Petersburg College Libraries
SPC’s new Downtown Learning Center offers students study rooms, in addition to a dedicated anatomy and physiology science tutoring room.
The inaugural Tailgating event at the St. Pete-Gibbs Campus Library on Thursday, September 5 was a HUGE success! More than 240 students were in attendance between 12 p.m. – 2 p.m. Students made their way to four stations marked by pop-up tents located throughout the library, where they could play games and win prizes. They … Continue reading “Tailgating @ the Library” was a HUGE Success!
The Tarpon Springs Campus Library is celebrating Hispanic Heritage month with a spotlight on notable figures of Hispanic and Latinx heritage, such as Frida Kahlo, a Mexican painter whose art explores questions of identity, post-colonialism, gender, class, and race among other topics. Pope Francis, the 266th Pope and first Jesuit, as well as the first … Continue reading Celebrate Hispanic & Latinx Heritage Month with St. Petersburg College
Are you a business major? Interested in learning what it takes to be an entrepreneur? Starting a small business? Or maybe you’re looking for some guidance to grow an existing business? Join us for a series of Free Business Workshops presented by SCORE Pinellas at the West Community Library at St. Petersburg College-Gibbs Campus. The … Continue reading Join SCORE Pinellas for a series of Free Business Workshops
Experience the St. Pete / Gibbs Campus Library & Learning Resources like you never have before at the upcoming “Tailgating @ the Library” event on Thursday, September 5th, 12pm-2pm. Presented by the St. Pete / Gibbs Campus Library & Learning Resources, this event will highlight the free learning support available to students, including the Writing … Continue reading “Tailgating @ the Library” with the St. Pete / Gibbs Campus LRC Team