From Lady Gaga to the paranormal, the SPC Virtual Library has something for everyone.
You can access SPC’s virtual library from the comfort of your couch!
The return of the vinyl record. Is it a reaction to our digital dependency? Does it stem from hipsters touting the bouquet of IPAs and fixed gear bikes? Is it plain old nostalgia? You should come find out for yourself at our SPC Gibbs Library location where the is an ever growing collection of new … Continue reading Vinyl Fever at the SPC Gibbs Library
It’s a new year, a new semester, and a chance for a fresh start. Why not make visits to the SPC libraries and learning centers part of your new routine? Each library and learning center offers a wide variety of ways and opportunities to hone your knowledge and skills, including tutoring. Math giving you problems? … Continue reading SPC Learning Centers offer tutoring, assistance to students
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.
In celebration of Hispanic and 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.
Celebrate Banned Books Week, the annual week-long celebration of the freedom to read from Sept. 22-28 at SPC.
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