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1/14/2020 Member News

Media Brief from St. Petersburg College for the week of Jan 13, 2020

SPC closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

St. Petersburg College will be closed on Monday, Jan. 20 for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The college will reopen on Tuesday, Jan. 21. For more information about applying and registering, visit


SPC Spring 2020 registration continues

Registration for the St. Petersburg college Spring 2020 Term continues. The Spring Express session begins Monday, Feb. 10. Learn more here.


MLK Day of Service (Photo/Video Opportunities)

St. Petersburg College will be honoring Dr. King’s legacy on this national day of service by participating in volunteer opportunities throughout the county on MLK Day and throughout the month of January. The service projects aren’t open to the public however, media is invite. For more information about the projects, visit here.


SPC to host annual Titan Trot

SPC will host the sixth annual Titan Trot 5K fun run/walk at St. Petersburg College’s Clearwater Campus on Saturday, February 8, from 8-10 a.m. Proceeds from the Titan Trot will fund scholarships awarded to selected students in 2020. Registration is open here.


Student Musicians and Performers needed for Art & Music Festival

Share your talent with the community at the Good Vibes Only Art & Music Festival on Saturday, April 25. The festival, a joint venture between St. Petersburg College and USF St. Petersburg, is a celebration of student art and music. Student musicians, bands and visual artists can apply to participate in the one-day event from 3-7 p.m. at Williams Park, 350 2nd Ave N., St. Petersburg. Band applicants must apply by Jan. 31 and artist must apply by April 10. To apply to perform at the festival, visit


SPC’s Workforce Institute offers new Arts Business Academy

St. Petersburg Arts Alliance (SPAA) has collaborated with SPC’s Workforce Institute to offer an Arts Business Academy for emerging artists, musicians and writers. This certificate course will provide creative-minded individuals with practical skillsets and confidence needed to achieve thriving careers. To learn more, visit Arts Business Academy.

Upcoming information sessions and webinars

Prospective students can learn more about our programs at this upcoming information session:  

Early College/Dual Enrollment/Early Admission Info Session

Tuesday, Jan. 14 from 6-8 p.m. at Palm Harbor University High School, 1900 Omaha St.

Thursday, Jan. 16 from 6-8 p.m. at St. Petersburg High School, 2501 5th Ave.

St. Petersburg College offers three, free options for high school students to earn

high school and college credit simultaneously.