Category: Announcements & News

Bow Tie Project Fund

Jackson Lee: Fusing more than Metal Welding takes two materials and fuses them together under heat and pressure. It seems only fitting that Jackson Lee was both learning this craft of melding metals and exemplified a natural knack for bringing people together throughout his life. The outpouring of love and stories from so many in […]

Faculty Spotlight: Catherine Holl-Cross

Cathy Holl-Cross may make ‘having it all’ look easy, but it’s hard work. Being a full-time instructor, soccer mom, wife, and doctoral student comes at a cost, but it’s one she’s willing to pay. Her love of math started at birth, she thinks, by having parents with careers revolving around math. Then, when she was […]

Students Study Local Woman’s History

In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Library staff created an interactive maze to highlight the work of Monroe native and NASA aeronautical engineer Dr. Christine Mann Darden. Anyone who read Hidden Figures: The Story of the African-American Women Who Helped Win the Space Race by Margot Lee Shetterly has heard of Dr. Darden. However, […]

Fall 2020 President’s and Dean’s List

Congratulations to our students making the President’s and Dean’s list for Fall 2020. To honor our students for outstanding academic achievement the college publishes a President’s list at the end of each semester. Students enrolled for a minimum of 12 semester hours in a given term in an approved curriculum and earning a 4.0 GPA […]

President Update On Campus Access

Since November 16, 2020, we have been primarily teleworking to prevent the spread of the coronavirus which began to resurge through the holiday months. The numbers across our region are improving; therefore, our staff will resume a fuller on-campus presence beginning March 1. We will continue to strictly adhere to our current safety protocols, including mask […]

New AVP Hired in Student Affairs

SPCC Hires New AVP In a continuous effort to better serve students, South Piedmont Community College has added the new role of Associate Vice President for Student Affairs. After a national search, Brandon Dyer has been appointed to the position. Dyer brings significant community college experience from both Carteret and Sandhills Community Colleges, has been […]

SPCC Welcomes New Dean and Director

Along with the new semester, South Piedmont Community College (SPCC) welcomes two new additions including Ryan Anthony, as dean of the School of Health and Public Safety and Renee Hode, as director of the Small Business and Entrepreneurship. Anthony comes to SPCC from El Camino College in Torrance, CA, where he served as faculty and […]

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 […]

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 […]