Message for High School Graduates From OSPI

June 23, 2020

In a recent letter to high school seniors, Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal shares the incredible value of our state's community and technical colleges. Let us know how we can help you on your path to higher education.


Dear Graduating Senior,

Five Things You Can Do To Prepare for College During "Stay Home, Stay Healthy"

March 24, 2020

Attending college in Washington State, and really the whole world, looks a bit different right now. After Governor Jay Inslee's recent "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order, you may be thinking it's best to put your college plans on hold. However, both state and federal funding for education is able to serve more students than ever, and many community colleges are making it easier than ever to enroll and register.

Professional Technical Programs Open House, April 30

December 26, 2019

You're invited! Join SPSCC Professional Technical instructors and staff to explore the careers and trades you can be part of through more than 20 Prof Tech programs at SPSCC. Meet instructors and advisors, learn about scholarships and funding, and apply to the college—all in one afternoon visit to SPSCC!

Professional Technical Programs Open House

2020 EVENT CANCELED - please stay tuned for a future date

Going Global - Advance Cover Story

November 16, 2018
What’s the most popular degree at SPSCC? The Associate in Arts Direct Transfer Degree. Students save money and earn a two-year degree before transferring into their junior year at a public college or university in Washington State. Now, what if you could earn a degree that allows you to transfer into your third or final year at an international university? This kind of international transfer is available to SPSCC students! And many of the international universities accept the FAFSA and award federal student loans and VA benefits.

IGNITE program kicks off in support of underrepresented students

August 9, 2018

The IGNITE program launches this fall to help close the achievement gap for vulnerable SPSCC students.

Twenty-four students applied for the program, including five incoming freshmen, and 20 will enter the program.

IGNITE students get personalized advising, coaching, and a team of advocates and resources to keep them focused and moving toward their goals. The program is designed specifically to help first generation, low income, and students with disabilities to succeed.


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