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  • Online applications cut down on student wait

    New online application feature cuts down on wait times Applying for college just got easier. Now people have the option of completing admission forms online at South Piedmont Community College’s web site www.spcc.edu. The reason for the upgrade? Provide better customer service. Director of Admissions John Curtis said Fall 2008 enrollment was a “record breaker” for the colleg...  



  • History class creates museum to remember WWII

    History class creates WWII museum The Second World War fascinates William Dick. His father Ishmael fought in the war and left William with a myriad of keepsakes, rare memorabilia and plenty of stories. Now a South Piedmont Community College History teacher, Dick is sharing his knowledge with his class and watching them investigate everything about the conflict, from D-Day to the Battle of the ...  



  • New simulator gives sonography program an edge

      SPCC Gets Prenatal Ultrasound Model Alice Bradley had a surprise Nov. 7 for her sonography class at South Piedmont Community College. She introduced “Little Stuey.” Stuey is a biometric fetal ultrasound training phantom or, as Bradley says, a 21-week-old rubber baby housed inside a plastic cylinder filled with silicone. The simulator will play a vital role in the future...  



  • SPCC and the JobLink Career Center present 2008 Job Fair for military veterans

      SPCC and JobLink Career Center present 2008 Military Veteran’s Job Fair Nov. 12 South Piedmont Community College and the JobLink Career Center will present the 2008 Military Veteran’s Job Fair Wednesday, Nov. 12, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at SPCC’s Lockhart-Taylor Center in Wadesboro. This free job fair is open to both military veterans and members of the public who are un...  



  • SPCC Schedules Nursing Assistant Classes

    October 28, 2008   SPCC Schedules Nursing Assistant Classes South Piedmont Community College is now registering students for Nursing Assistant I and Nursing Assistant II classes in Wadesboro with beginning dates in December and January. NA I will be taught 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between Dec. 1 and March 19. A second NA I class will be taught 4-8...  



  • SPCC Graduates Fifth Quick Start CNC Operation Class

    October 27, 2008       SPCC Graduates Fifth Quick Start CNC Operation Class   South Piedmont Community College graduated its fifth class from the Quick Start CNC Operation program on Oct 17. The eight graduates successfully completed 160 hours of study in blueprint reading, metrology, basic shop math, applied shop math, intro to CNC lathe programming and intro to CNC mi...  



  • CMC-Union Secures $362,451 Grant from The Duke Endowment to Develop Medical Simulation Laboratory in Conjunction with SPCC

    October 27, 2008   CMC-Union Secures $362,451 Grant from The Duke Endowment to Develop Medical Simulation Laboratory in Conjunction with SPCC Carolinas Medical Center-Union has been awarded a $362,451 grant from The Duke Endowment. The money will be used to develop a state-of-the-art simulation laboratory in conjunction with South Piedmont Community College to enhance the training of n...  



  • Author Joseph Bathanti speaks at SPCC

      JOSEPH BATHANTI   Award-Winning Author Joseph Bathanti Speaks at SPCC South Piedmont Community College and New Ventures Business Development Inc. were proud to present award-winning author ...  



  • SPCC offers in-service training to DOP

    SPCC to offer in-service training to prison staff through agreement with NC Division of Prisons Sept. 30 marked the culmination of more than a year’s worth of hard work. South Piedmont Community College and members of the state’s Division of Prisons signed a consortium agreement to provide in-service training for certified prison staff. The agreement provides SPCC with the opportunit...  



  • Two SPCC students awarded SECU scholarships

      Two SPCC Students Receive $5K Scholarships from SECU Foundation Two South Piedmont Community College students were awarded $5,000 scholarships each Oct. 20 by the State Employee Credit Union (SECU) Foundation. Both star students exemplify SECU’s “People Helping People” philosophy. Tina Williams, an Associate Nursing Degree student, and Heather Walden, a Criminal Ju...