Home > News & Events

News & Events

    Pages : |< < 1 2 3 [ 4 ] 5 6 7 > >|

  • SPCC inmate-students improve children's playground

    Minimum-security inmates from Joe Howard’s carpentry class at Brown Creek Correctional Institution spent a recent weekend improving the playground at Anson Children’s Center in Polkton. 

  • Two from SPCC win state Health Careers scholarships

    Two South Piedmont Community College students were among 10 from across the state who received a N.C. Community College Foundation Scholarship for Health Careers for the 2012-2013 academic year. 

  • SPCC to offer Basic Beading classes

    South Piedmont Community College will offer a pair of three-hour Basic Beading classes in the coming weeks. 

  • Listening Session Results

    The results are in from a series of listening sessions conducted by South Piedmont Community College President Stan Sidor during late August 2012. 

  • SECU Foundation presents scholarships

    The SECU Foundation presented $5,000 scholarships to South Piedmont Community College students Anya Colotha Samuel and Duane Crampton, both of Charlotte, on Tuesday, Oct. 2.  

  • SPCC named Military Friendly School

    Victory Media has named SPCC to its coveted Military Friendly Schools list, which honors the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools that are doing the most to embrace America’s military service members, veterans and spouses as students and to ensure their success on campus. 

  • Spring, summer 2012 graduates

    South Piedmont Community College has released the list of associate degree, diploma and certificate recipients for spring and summer 2012. 

  • SPCC announces Quality Enhancement Plan

    After many months of preparation, South Piedmont Community College has announced its Quality Enhancement Plan, or QEP. This plan, titled “TRAC: Teaching Responsibility, Readiness and Resourcefulness through Advising Connections,” focuses on the college’s efforts to improve student advising.  

  • Cook School gives inmates a road back into society

    Steve Haddad stood in the middle of a group of inmates at Brown Creek Correctional Institution’s minimum custody unit, showing how breakfast is cooked at Showmar’s. The 15 men, who are students in SPCC’s Cook School, scurried to follow his instructions, making sure they were doing things exactly right and asking questions along the way. 

  • SPCC seeks community input at meetings

    South Piedmont Community College is seeking input from the community in its effort to continuously improve and serve Union and Anson counties. A series of community meetings will be held next week, two in Union County and two in Anson.