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Dennis Baucom instructs students in construction

SPCC Students to Renovate Marshville Building

Marshville town manager Franklin Deese recently turned to South Piedmont Community College to discuss the new bypass and business opportunities with the Monroe-Union County EDC and to explore SPCC professional development classes to take. He got much more than he ever expected. During these two visits, Deese formed an idea that could help his town […]

Jeff Groves talking with think-tank group

New Leadership Academy Starts in February

South Piedmont Community College (SPCC) is launching its new Leadership Academy in February to assist local businesses and industries with their growing need to continually train their employees for success. The new SPCC Leadership Academy is the result of a year-long think-tank process that included an advisory team of representatives from Union and Anson County […]

CARES Act Federal Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Reporting

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, enacted on March 27, 2020 provides $2 trillion in relief for multiple sectors of the economy coping with the coronavirus pandemic. Funds from this Act are being provided to South Piedmont Community College to help “prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus” and costs associated with […]