No matter where you are, we’ll meet you with resources and education opportunities for every learning level. Beyond our Olympia and Lacey campuses, SPSCC is embedded across Thurston County to fit your schedule, location, and lifestyle.
The Dr. Angela Bowen Center for Health Education
This 24,000-square-foot building is the primary office of the SPSCC Foundation and will serve as the instructional home for some of SPSCC’s health education programs. Students will begin instruction in the building when classroom and lab space are completed. Estimated completion is fall 2021, allowing SPSCC to expand programs for high-demand fields, like nursing and medical assisting.
The Craft Brewing and Distilling Center
SPSCC is proud to headquarter its Craft Brewing & Distilling program in the Tumwater Craft District alongside leading distilleries, cideries, and breweries, shops, restaurants, offices, and an outdoor amphitheater. The Craft Brewing and Distilling Center is a new 10,000 square foot space which includes classrooms, labs, small scale production space, offices, a conference room, and more.
Percival Place at Ben Moore's
One of SPSCC's newest and most exciting ventures, Percival Place at Ben Moore's brings education and workforce development into downtown. The venue is a chance for SPSCC to connect with the downtown Olympia community by bringing fine and performing arts, live music and film, and culinary and beverage arts.
Yelm High School & Extension School
Work toward your degree from Yelm and surrounding areas. SPSCC offers college courses in the evenings at Yelm High School. You can also earn your high school diploma through the High School+ program, which provides free, on-site child care and evening classes at the Yelm Extension School. Visit the SPSCC is now in Yelm page for more information.
Earn your high school diploma from local tribal reservations as an adult. SPSCC offers High School+, a high school completion program, on the Nisqually, Squaxin Island, and Skokomish reservations. Classes are open to all community members.
College in the High School
Earn college credit without leaving your high school. SPSCC provides nearly 40 College in the High School classes at high schools all over Thurston County. Check with your high school for more information on the classes that transfer to SPSCC. Compare college credit options for high schoolers.