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3/30/2020 Member News

Media Brief from St. Petersburg College for the week of March 30, 2020

SPC summer term registration starts Wednesday, March 25

St. Petersburg College’s summer term registration will start March 25. Classes are offered over six, eight or 10 weeks. Current and future students can now view offered courses. For more information on how to plan the perfect summer schedule, visit here.

SPC Student Emergency Fund remove barriers as a result of COVID-19

The SPC Student Emergency Fund aids students in meeting their basic needs to continue to be academically successful. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact it has had on our college community, St. Petersburg College is working tirelessly to help remove barriers so all students can continue to receive the highest quality education. Join our Community of Care and make a gift to support the SPC Student Emergency Fund here: foundation.spcollege.edu/pages/student-emergency-fund-donation-form

FREE Webinar: How to become an SPC Titan

SPC will host a free webinar at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Tuesday, March 31 to show future students everything they need to know about getting started at SPC. Participants will learn about the college’s degree and training options, admission requirements, financial aid options and other ways to help pay for college, and student support services. Our advisors will be available to answer specific questions. Attend this free webinar, and win giveaways such as SPC T-shirts and gear, gift cards, and more! To register, visit here.

Q&A video with Rep. Bilirakis

Rep. Gus Bilirakis recently sat down with fellows from the SPC Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions and answered some important student questions about the current Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to watch the video.

Autistic Florida Bar Association member to discuss her journey

In recognition of World Autism Awareness Day, Haley Moss, Esq. will be joining the Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions (ISPS) at St. Petersburg College for an online conversation about her journey from diagnosis as a child to becoming the first Florida Bar Association member to identify as autistic. This programming will be hosted via Zoom from 12:30-2 p.m. on Thursday, April 2. Registration is required at solutions.spcollege.edu/events/haley-moss/.Those who register will receive a Zoom link that will provide access to this virtual program. For more information, call 727-394-6942.

CleanUp4Climate four-week challenge to continue with new context

The Clean Up 4 Climate will be hosted online at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 1. This four-week challenge encourages participants to review and modify their individual and household activities to reduce waste and contribute to a healthier earth.  Everyone is still urged to follow all government requirements and recommendations with regard to social/physical distancing during this time.  Students who document the most activity will be recognized in April. This challenge is a collaboration with SPC student organizations and the Suncoast Sea Level Rise Collaborative. For more information and to register for the challenge, visit here: solutions.spcollege.edu or call 727-394-6942.