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Ten future CNAs to earn fully funded scholarship and direct pathway to work

July 17, 2017

SPSCC has partnered with Providence Health & Services to offer a fully funded one-month direct pathway to work for ten future nursing assistants. 

Providence Mother Joseph Care Center will select ten aspiring Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) to receive a scholarship that will fully fund their education, supplies, and certification costs.  Successful students will have the opportunity to be hired by the care center upon graduation and certification.

Student Services to close on 7/27

July 13, 2017

Student Services will be closed on Thursday, July 27, 2017, to allow staff to attend an all-day training.

Closed services include Access Services, Advising, Career Services, Clipper Athletics, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Center, Financial Aid, International Student Services, One Stop (at Lacey and Olympia campuses), Outreach, Student Life, Testing, and Veterans Center.

Summer financial aid awards to disburse by July 5

June 7, 2017

Financial aid awards for summer quarter at South Puget Sound Community College will be disbursed by July 5, 2017, due to federal disbursement requirements and the delay in the approval of the budget by the Washington State Legislature.

In order to accommodate students receiving summer aid, the College is committed to not dropping students from classes for non-payment as we finalize student accounts.

Congratulations class of 2017

June 14, 2017

South Puget Sound Community College will celebrate more than 1,400 graduates from over 50 degree and certificate programs at Olympia High School's Ingersoll Stadium on Friday evening.  The College's 52nd commencement ceremony will be held at 7:00 p.m. on June 16, 2017.  This year’s faculty address will be delivered by History Professor Eric Chase and the student speaker for the event will be Nikita Salas.

Guest artist pottery workshop at SPSCC, free and open to the public

March 14, 2017

The Art Department at South Puget Sound Community College is thrilled to host Pittsburgh artist Kevin Snipes for a series of “unconventional pottery” demonstrations and lecture on March 21, free to the public.  The day-long workshop will demonstrate Snipes’ layered approach to construction and surface decoration of pottery, as well as discuss the ideas that instigate his narrative illustrations.

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