SPC closed for Spring Holiday April 10-12
St. Petersburg College will be closed for students and staff on Friday, April 10 – Sunday, April 12 for Spring Holiday. The college will reopen on Monday, April 13. For more information about applying and registering, visit spcollege.edu.
SPC donates thousands of medical supplies to local hospitals
St. Petersburg College’s Health Education Center (HEC) donated more than 26,000 medical supplies to local hospitals in need. Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Tampa Bay area hospitals have expressed needs for essential supplies to care for patients. Read more here.
Pounds of food donated to local free clinic
SPC St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus teamed up with the St. Petersburg Free Clinic to donated roughly 800 pounds of food. The food inventory was collected from the campus food pantry. See photo 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. Every generous dollar raised is matched up to $50,000. Join our Community of Care and make a gift to support the SPC Student Emergency Fund here.
SPC summer term registration is under way
St. Petersburg College’s summer term registration is open. 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’s new online bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity will train those who fight cybercrime
This fall, St. Petersburg College will launch an online Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Cybersecurity to help meet the high demand for such professionals in the Tampa Bay area and beyond. The B.A.S. in Cybersecurity degree will be the first of its kind at the state college level in the Tampa Bay region. Read more here.