South Puget Sound Community College brings Winter Quarter 2019 to a close in March with three musical performances between March 15 and March 21, as well as the quarterly Student Film Showcase on March 19. SPSCC music groups are a mix of college students and community members who perform in concert throughout the year.
After 15 years of working in human resources and singing in the Army, Sabrina was ready for a new challenge: transitioning into the workforce and civilian life.
Returning to school was her biggest hurdle. She hadn't been in a classroom for many years, but her professors helped show her that she could be successful.
Isa splits her time between Olympia High School and SPSCC as a part-time Running Start Student.
Music has always been a part of what keeps Chivan moving—at home, on the go, and on campus at SPSCC.
After being diagnosed with diabetes, Tawni started flipping recipes to make them healthier, and in the process discovered her next career path.
Twenty years ago, Tawni fell into an accounting profession, but without formal schooling. She was good at it, and it paid the bills, but it wasn’t her passion. After being diagnosed with diabetes, Tawni started flipping recipes to make them healthier, and in the process discovered her next career path.
SPSCC Olympia and Lacey campuses will operate on normal hours on Thursday, Feb. 14.
Roads, sidewalks, and parking lots have been plowed and shoveled, but we ask everyone to use patience and caution. Some roads and parking lots have narrow passages and snow could fall unexpectedly from roofs as thawing continues.
If you have questions regarding a specific class, please contact your professor directly.
Due to continued snow and slippery conditions, SPSCC campuses are closed on Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019, until further notice. This includes all classes, events, daycare, and evening classes. Students, visitors, and non-essential staff will not be allowed on campus until further notice.
We will announce any delays or cancelations by 5:30 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 14.
Due to continued inclement weather, the Percival Restaurant has changed the date of the Feb. 14 Wine Paired Dinner to March 14, 2019, ant6:30 p.m. This event is sold out. We invite all persons with reservations to join us on March 14 for the originally planned menu.
If you have a reservation but are unable to attend on March 14, please contact Evan Fagerness in the SPSCC Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 360-596-5294. Refunds will be available.
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