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.
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.
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.
SPC’s new Downtown Learning Center offers students study rooms, in addition to a dedicated anatomy and physiology science tutoring room.