Students studying the sciences now have more international study opportunities to look forward to. On Nov. 1, South Puget Sound Community College President Tim Stokes signed an international transfer articulation agreement with the University of Glasgow in Scotland. The agreement allows students to transfer into the third year of a bachelor’s degree program in over ten new science subjects, including chemistry, microbiology, marine biology, and sports science.
SPSCC’s Dental Assisting program brings together students from many backgrounds and connects them to a professional technical career that makes a difference in people’s lives. Near the end of the program, students participate in externships, giving them valuable clinical experience and connecting them with the local community. That connection is integral to the program, the success of its students, and the local dental community.
South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) wraps up Fall Quarter classes and ushers in the holiday season with three outstanding music performances between Nov. 30 and Dec. 7, 2018. SPSCC music groups are a mix of college students and community members who perform in concert throughout the year.
South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) today announced the launch of the Growth & Innovation Fund, a joint effort between the SPSCC Foundation and the Center for Business & Innovation (CB&I). The fund gives entrepreneurs access to small business loans and ongoing support. It aims to encourage entrepreneurship in Thurston County and impact job creation and the local economy.
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Yelm Community Schools has expanded its educational vision beyond the walls of K-12. Through new partnerships with South Puget Sound Community College, Yelm Timberland Library and the South Sound YMCA, 25 local adults are currently earning their high school diplomas at Yelm Extension School this fall. The class is full, and more are waiting to sign up.
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By Ned Hayes
South Puget Sound Community College might seem an unusual place to find a five-course, wine-paired dinner. Yet the SPSCC culinary arts team is determined to turn its Percival Restaurant location into a desired destination for discriminating diners.