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12/1/2020 Member News

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

Support student success on Giving Tuesday Dec. 1

St. Petersburg College will take part in the largest global giving day of the year, Giving Tuesday, on Dec. 1. A gift to the SPC Titan Fund has the power to transform the lives of our students, helping them to realize and achieve academic success and economic mobility. Each gift will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to $25,000 by the St. Petersburg College Board of Directors until Dec. 1. To donate to the fund, visit here.

SPC’s Get It Done virtual event Dec. 8-10

SPC’s Get It Done virtual event is an interactive session with online career and academic advisors, financial aid counselors, and student services staff, who will guide participants through the next steps to get started this fall.

From Dec. 8-10 at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., join our online breakout sessions, virtual meetings, and live Q&As, where you will have the opportunity to learn how to submit documents, navigate the online environment of MySPC, chat live with our admission, financial aid, or advising teams, and the opportunity to win a FREE 3-credit-hour course. Learn more here.

SPC offers food packages

St. Petersburg College partnered with Hope Villages of America, formerly known as RCS Pinellas, to provide more than 1,000 food boxes for families impacted by the COVID pandemic. In Nov. and Dec., SPC will distribute 150 non-perishable food boxes at each of eight campus locations. Learn more here.

Winter/spring registration open

Registration is open for the 2021 Spring Term at SPC. Get started at Students can choose from face-to-face and online classes, as well as our SPC LIVE Online classes – the college’s virtual classroom experience that uses Zoom video conferencing. SPC also offers convenient shorter sessions during the term, including an 8-week Winter Session from Dec. 14, 2020- Jan. 10, 2021.


SPC’s Career and Academic Community Events

Join us to network, explore and learn about careers and degrees offered in all of SPC’s Career and Academic Communities. Our 10 communities group similar majors into concentrations so you’ll benefit from advisors dedicated solely to your program, a closer connection to experienced faculty, collaboration with like-minded students, and a path toward your chosen profession. Learn more at

Leveraging Social Media in the Arts: Creative Arts Panel

12:30 – 2 p.m. – Tuesday, Dec. 1

Join creative arts industry experts, such as those from the Digital Media and Music Industry Recording Arts fields, as they share how to leverage social media to elevate your career.