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The Robert P. Holding Foundation Donation Establishes Endowed Scholarship Fund

Monroe, NC– On December 3, 2021, the Robert P. Holding Foundation donated $30,000 to the SPCC Foundation to establish an endowed scholarship fund. According to Hank Dunbar of First Citizens Bank, “The Robert P. Holding Foundation has a strong sense of respect and gratitude for the work of South Piedmont Community College and the programs […]

SPCC Celebrates Apprenticeship Partnership with Columbus McKinnon

Anson County, NC– South Piedmont Community College announced a new partnership with Columbus McKinnon Company, expanding its apprenticeship program through the placement of 10 new apprentices. This partnership was celebrated during a Signing Day ceremony on January 6th at South Piedmont’s Lockhart-Taylor Center in Wadesboro, NC. Each apprentice will work at Columbus McKinnon Company through […]

CARES Act Federal Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund Reporting

  September 2021: CARES Act Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Reports   June 30, 2021 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 […]

Heavy Equipment Operator Academy to Begin at SPCC

South Piedmont Community College and The Ironpeddlers are partnering to offer training through a new Heavy Equipment Operator Academy starting in July. The academy will equip students with the nationally-recognized Heavy Equipment Operations Level I, II, and III certifications from the National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER). “There is a big need in […]

Spring 2020 President’s and Dean’s List

Congratulations to our students making the President’s and Dean’s list for Spring 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 […]

Virtual Graduation Held at South Piedmont

To provide a memorable experience for graduates this year, South Piedmont Community College held a virtual graduation on Thursday, May 14, for 295 students who earned associate degrees. The streaming event on YouTube garnered over 2,000 viewers who celebrated in real time the accomplishments of dedicated graduates. “As each of you have navigated the changes […]

SPCC, Wingate Expand Partnership

View the video on youtube by clicking here. Read more about the Gateway to Wingate. South Piedmont Community College and Wingate University officials announced a new scholarship program last summer and promised to continue working together to break down educational barriers. This week, they’ll sign four more agreements aimed at increasing access to baccalaureate-degree programs, […]

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 […]

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