Growing up as the child of Filipino immigrants, Cleo wanted a rewarding and meaningful career at a young age—and SPSCC helped her find the right path to success.
“I always knew I wanted to go to college,” Cleo said, “but the road to receiving higher education was unclear because I knew how expensive it was.”
On Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019, SPSCC cut the ribbon at the newly renovated Lacey Campus Building 3. The space brings closer two Professional Technical programs: the design-focused Advanced Manufacturing on floor one and the build-focused Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) Technology on floor two.
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By Rolf Boone
Eugene-based Ninkasi Brewing announced Friday it plans to open a pub and work with South Puget Sound Community College at the Tumwater Craft District now under construction on Capitol Boulevard near E Street.
The Tumwater Craft District, the craft brewing and distilling destination now taking shape on a hillside near Capitol Boulevard, received a major boost Friday after Eugene-based Ninkasi Brewing announced a partnership with the district.
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By Molly Gilmore
Local theater-goers are abuzz about South Puget Sound Community College’s production of “Fun Home,” the 2015 Tony-winning musical about a graphic novelist who revisits her childhood to make sense of its mysteries.
Life as a college student is a lot of hard work – especially if you’re a student-athlete. For most Clippers, it’s a full course load while balancing practices, games and scrimmages, and – for many – employment on top of that. But SPSCC students are constantly rising to the challenge, finding success and living a life that speaks to their high aspirations for the future.
SPSCC film students recently unveiled “A Tale of Two Cities”, a product of an ongoing cross-cultural film and media partnership between the college and Japan’s Hagoromo International University. The film – a travelogue produced by students, faculty, and staff from both institutions – provided students with real-world work opportunities in the field of video production as they explored the local sights of the schools’ home cities, Olympia and Osaka.