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.
UPDATED 1:40 P.M. ON FEB. 4
SPSCC Olympia and Lacey campuses will remain closed for the afternoon and evening today, Feb. 4. All evening classes and activities are canceled.
We expect to open with regular hours tomorrow, Feb. 5. Any delay or closure will be communicated by 5:30 a.m.
ORIGINAL 5:05 A.M. ON FEB. 4
On Saturday, Jan. 19, two SPSCC students were recognized for their success in academics at the 2019 Martin Luther King, Jr. Banquet. Vanessa Enendu and Chante Williams were honored by the Thurston Group of Washington State as successful and involved students and community members, praising their work ethic, values, and contributions to advancing equity in education. They each received a scholarship in the amount of $1,000 toward their education.
Join SPSCC and the Thurston Group of Washington State for the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Banquet on Saturday Jan. 19, 2019, at 6 p.m. at the SPSCC Lacey Campus Event Center.
As part of the Artist & Lecture Series, this year’s banquet will feature a keynote speech from Dr. Walter M. Kimbrough, president of Dillard University, a historically black university in New Orleans.
The Art Department at SPSCC has a long history of community involvement, hosting events that engage students, staff, and faculty with the arts in unique and creative ways. Fall Quarter 2018 was no exception, with special hands-on work and events for the SPSCC community—and local high school counselors.
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.