SPSCC in the News

Life is a Recipe for SPSCC Culinary Program Graduate, Tawni Andrews

July 1, 2019

Article via ThurstonTalk
By Molly Walsh

With an enrollment of almost 6,000, there is an educational pathway for every student at South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC). Whether a part of the Running Start Program, studying an applied science or working toward a transfer degree, SPSCC offers multiple education options, allowing students with varying schedules the opportunity to work toward the graduation stage.

It's Now Easier than Ever to Tour South Puget Sound Community College

April 23, 2019

Article via ThurstonTalk
By Molly Walsh

When beginning classes at South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC), navigating the campus comprised of almost 6,000 students can feel a little daunting. The college is working to provide multiple opportunities to acquaint new and prospective students with the campus, as well as the college’s many pathways to success. To that end, they are hosting a variety of guided campus tours, college info sessions, and are debuting a new student-created college tour app to accommodate every preference and schedule.

SPSCC will Show off Their Artistic Side with Spring Arts Walk Event

April 17, 2019

Article via ThurstonTalk
By Molly Walsh

At the Spring Arts Walk, numerous South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) creative divisions will coalesce into a unique installation and two-day event in the historical Olympia venue, Ben Moore’s. Percival Place at Ben Moore’s will include art pieces from SPSCC faculty, performances from SPSCC theater and music students, bites provided by the Culinary Arts Program and contribution from the school’s Craft Brewing and Distilling Program.

YMCA’s Y-Care Makes Yelm’s High School 21+ Program Possible for Parents

April 8, 2019

Article via ThurstonTalk
By Heidi Smith

For a lot of parents, high school graduation is a memory – perhaps a distant one, at that. But for 20.7 percent of Washington State adults, that memory doesn’t exist. They never walked with their class or earned their diploma. Now, years have passed and the possibility of returning to school may seem increasingly unlikely, especially with children to raise.

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