Higher education has traditionally been the fuel that mobilizes communities toward a hopeful future. Community colleges in particular have been historically rooted in the need to remove social and economic barriers to post-secondary education in underserved regions. They are uniquely designed to offer affordable opportunities for students seeking pathways to stable employment.
St. Petersburg College is an inclusive community, where we value and respect the lives of people of all ethnicities, races and religions. Let’s ask ourselves what we can do to bring about effective change and support our AAPI community and other communities that are underrepresented and facing oppression.
Over the last year, a lot has changed in our world, community and at St. Petersburg College.
Over the past several months, we have faced great uncertainty and change. However, a Titan represents strength, and each of you embodies this virtue. I am so proud of you for maintaining your commitment to persevere through many challenges and…
At St. Petersburg College we value the sanctity of all human life. We honor diversity, equity and inclusiveness. We denounce racial injustice, classism, sexism, gender bias, religious persecution and bigotry in all forms. We believe all people should be treated with dignity and respect. In standing firm on these principles, we show the world that we are committed to equality and opportunity for all people, all the time.
The SPC Student Emergency Fund was created to help Titans when the unexpected happens. That time is now for many of our students experiencing financial hardships due to the impact of the coronavirus COVID-19 virus.
Help us help students by donating to the fund today! Every gift, no matter the amount, makes a difference.
Join us in our mission of providing access to high-quality, affordable, short-term certificates and workforce-based associate and baccalaureate degrees.
By supporting SPC and the Florida College System, you’re investing in our students and our communities.
SPC President Tonjua Williams welcome students to the 2018 Fall semester.
Watch this video welcome from SPC President Tonjua Williams as she welcomes students to the 2018 Spring semester.
Hurricane Irma has been one of the worst storms that Florida, and the Tampa Bay area in particular, has ever faced. Despite her strength, we have been resilient and are even stronger in the aftermath! I am thankful that I have not received any reports of major harm to any of our students, faculty and staff. Possessions are replaceable, but you are not.