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Steak for $10? SPSCC culinary students serve high-end lunches at bargain prices

March 6, 2020

Article via The Olympian
By Molly Gilmore

Imagine sitting down to lunch chosen from a menu including salmon with blood orange gastrique, paella, chicken in cider cream sauce — oh, and daily specials including coffee-crusted New York steak.

Imagine your meal begins with an amuse-bouche, a free one-bite appetizer.

Imagine the restaurant serving this upscale fare is right here in Olympia and that the cost of entrées starts at $7.

SPSCC’s Craft Brewing & Distillery Program Now Accepting Applications

March 2, 2020

Admissions for the Craft Brewing & Distillery program at South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) opens March 2, 2020 and extends until April 30, 2020.

Students in the SPSCC Craft Brewing & Distilling program work in world-class facilities with local brewers, distillers, and cider makers to learn what it takes to be a part of the craft beverage community.


March 2, 2020

Information and Resources: Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

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Updated: April 3, 2020 at 4:25 p.m.

Yesterday, April 2, Governor Inslee extended his "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order until May 4. This extension will not affect the start of Spring Quarter, which still begins Monday, April 13.

Partial Friday Closures in Student Services

February 28, 2020

Student Services will be partially closed every other Friday until 2 p.m. beginning March 6 through June 26.

The following services will not close: One Stop, Start Here, and the Call Center.

The dates affected are:
March 6 & 20
April 3 & 17
May 1, 15 & 29
June 12 & 26

The partial closures will allow for SPSCC staff to complete important work on the college's ctcLink Project.

About the SPSCC ctcLink Project

February 27, 2020

What is ctcLink?

ctcLink is the implementation of a single, centralized system of online functions to give students, faculty, and staff anytime, anywhere access to a modern, efficient way of doing their college business. ctcLink is about much more than new software. As the current 35-year-old administrative system is replaced, colleges will also align their core business processes with the delivered software solution, making for streamlined, standardized practices across the 34-college system.