Category: Announcements & News

COVID-19 Student Relief Fund

During times of crisis, we discover opportunities to use our talents, creativity, and caring spirits to lift up our community. In response to our students’ needs and the numerous requests of how best to serve SPCC during this time, we have established the COVID-19 Student Relief Fund. This fund will support needs such as, but not […]

SPCC offers new online courses to combat stay-at-home orders

Beginning April 8, South Piedmont Community College is offering a new slate of online courses for our communities designed to provide education and training for new careers, to assist with resume writing and interviewing, to support parents who are homeschooling students, and to provide outlets to explore personal interests. “As we navigate COVID-19 together, South […]

Student Registration is Open

Summer and Fall 2020 Registration is open for current students. Summer 2020 is also open for new students and Fall 2020 will open on April 20. Find more information on registration here.

Tyson Grand Reopening

On March 5, 2020, the Tyson Family Center for Technology held its grand reopening. The over 100 attendees braved the weather to see the new facility which almost tripled the size of the original building. The grand reopening ceremony feature the unveiling of a plaque in memory of Carlton Tyson, long-time friend and supporter of […]

Stallings Fire Department Donates Truck

In July 2018, Stallings Fire Department loaned South Piedmont Community College a Fire Truck to use during training classes. The truck has since been used in 50 classes since then. Previously, a local firefighter and fire truck would be deployed to our campus for the classes. With our own truck, SPCC can save the local […]

New Beginnings – Interview with Ansley Adams

Ansley Adams seeks to embrace a positive awareness of self through honest exploration and expression. She explores perceptions of body image through large-scale figurative paintings and installations. Her first in this series, New Beginnings, was published in Studio Visit Magazine and was accepted into ArtFields 2018. She has also had work published in Jasper Magazine […]

Early Childhood Education Issues Discussed at Meeting with SPCC and NCAEYC

Leaders from across the state came together on Friday, February 21, to discuss the needs in early childhood education specifically in Anson and Union counties at the Jesse Helms Center in Wingate. The North Carolina Association for the Education of Young Children (NCAEYC), South Piedmont Community College (SPCC), and the Anson County Partnership for Children […]

The Road Less Traveled

Our First Recipient of the Alex Kahle Foundation Scholarship The road had been good to Cleodis Davis, Jr. He found himself driving all over the country as a truck driver. His income helped take care of his family even though he was away from them months at a time. This road came to an end […]

Dr. Pharr Selected for Aspen Institute Fellowship

New Leaders of Colleges Educating a Half-Million Students Tapped to Participate in Comprehensive Program to Advance Student Success Dr. Maria Pharr, President of South Piedmont Community College has been selected by the Aspen Institute to join the 2020-21 inaugural class of the Aspen New Presidents Fellowship, a new initiative designed to support community college presidents […]

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