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  • SPCC graduation videos are available

    The 2012 South Piedmont Community College Graduation videos from the May 11 afternoon and evening ceremonies are now available. To access the videos, click the title above. 



  • SPCC releases spring 2012 honors lists

    South Piedmont Community College Vice President of Student Success Elaine Clodfelter has released the names of students who have been included on the President’s List and Dean’s List for the Spring Semester 2012. 



  • Starnes named SPCC Faculty of the Year

    It was a bittersweet moment when Lori Starnes returned to her seat after being awarded South Piedmont Community College’s Faculty of the Year award during commencement on May 11. 



  • Massage Therapy students provide massages at Goulston

    Massage Therapy students from South Piedmont Community College provided free chair massages for employees at Goulston Technologies in Monroe on Wednesday, May 23. The massages are a free benefit for Goulston employees and give the students a chance to take what they’ve learned in the classroom and put it into practice elsewhere. 



  • SPCC to offer digital photography class in June

    Want to get more out of your digital single-lens reflex camera? A basic photography class scheduled for June at South Piedmont Community College might be just what you need.  



  • SPCC offers summer multimedia classes, workshops

    South Piedmont Community College’s Advertising and Graphic Design Department is offering a variety of multimedia design classes and workshops over the summer, beginning next week. 



  • SPCC graduates 406 with GED or Adult High School diplomas

    South Piedmont Community College honored 391 General Educational Development (GED) and 15 Adult High School graduates during commencement on May 11 at the Union County Agricultural Services and Conference Center.  



  • SPCC holds 2012 graduations

    South Piedmont Community College completed its academic year Friday with two separate graduation ceremonies at the Union County Agricultural Services and Conference Center. SPCC President Stan Sidor presided over both for the first time since his tenure began last July. 



  • In life and death, father provided motivation for SPCC grad

    Jamie Rollins was in his next-to-last semester working on his associate degree at South Piedmont Community College when his father – whom he described as “my biggest supporter when it came to returning to college to complete my degree” – became gravely ill.  



  • SPCC's GED Fast-Track jump-starts new educational path for student

    Jennifer Faulk had been out of school for more than 20 years when she decided to pursue a GED, or General Educational Development, diploma. Faulk, 38, did not expect what came next.