- Academic Advising
- Admissions and Registration
- Career Services
- Disabilities Services
- Fee Payment
- Financial Advising
- Financial Assistance Services
- Learning Support Commons
- Library Services
- Placement Testing
- Student Assistance Program
- Student I.D.s
The SPC Downtown Center is a "one-stop," full-service educational facility, serving over 2,000 students each semester, from application to graduation. Students can take a wide variety of classes, meet with an academic advisor or a career guidance specialist, apply for financial aid, participate in student activities, and more. Specifically, SPC-DT offers preparatory and general education courses toward Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees.
Services are available on a walk-in basis, in DC 101. Please note that limited services may be available up to an hour before closing, depending on the number of students already waiting. To be sure you will see an advisor, please arrive at least one hour before closing. The shortest wait times are in the morning.
A staff of experienced counselors and academic advisors are available to assist students in the decision-making process regarding:
Visit the Academic Adivising homepage.
Financial Aid Officer
The College Placement Test helps you figure out which classes you should take and pinpoints areas where you may need help with your skills.
Admissions, Registration and Fee PaymentAt this location, you can apply for admission, register for classes, pay your fees, receive your grades, request transcripts, or get answers to any questions you have.
Disability Resource Specialist
Office hours: Tues, Wed & Thurs 8:30 am - 4:30 pm | Fri 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
SPC students taking classes at SPC Downtown need to obtain an SPC photo ID card. This card allows students to access the SPC libraries, computer labs and student events. You can obtain a SPC Photo ID card at SPC Downtown or SPC Midtown. Students must have a current print-out of their Tuition Fee Schedule to show to obtain a Student I.D.