SPSCC is hosting the 2021 Southwest Washington Juried Exhibition. The exhibit is open through Thursday, Aug. 19.
Guest juror Aisha Harrison will judge the annual exhibition of selected work from artists residing in Clark, Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, Pierce, Skamania, Thurston, and Wahkiakum counties. To learn more visit spscc.edu/gallery.
Last night we learned that an SPSCC student has tested positive for COVID-19 after visiting the Lacey Campus this week. Based on what we know about this situation, we believe there is low risk that others on campus were exposed.
This is our understanding of the timeline associated with this case:
The SPSCC Associate in Nursing degree program was recently granted initial accreditation through the National League for Nursing Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation (NLN CNEA) Board of Commissioners.
Gaining national accreditation, a requirement for all Nursing programs in Washington State, creates more clinical and educational opportunities for students in the SPSCC program.
July 14 UPDATE:
The process for verifying vaccination is now in place, and students and employees are encouraged to complete verification as soon as possible.
Verification is a quick online process. Students and employees can verify their vaccination status or exemption after logging in to the college’s mySPSCC portal.
SPSCC announced last Friday the two recipients of the college’s 2021 Outstanding Student Award, Jayde Grams and Gal Keren-Aviram.
Jayde and Gal were selected for their outstanding achievements and contributions to SPSCC in the areas of academics, performance, and service to the college or the community, as well as their overall personal growth and development throughout their time at SPSCC.
By Molly Gilmore
via The Olympian
The South Puget Sound Community College Theatre Collective’s “I Am Nobody’s Lunch” is a play/cabaret whose premise — that finding truth is complicated when everyone seems to be lying — could have been pulled from recent news reports.
But in this time of pandemic, what’s most newsworthy is that the production will be performed live. In a theater. With a live audience.
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