Explore SPC

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Thinking about applying to St. Petersburg College? Take a few minutes to Explore SPC:

Students on SPC CampusWhy Choose SPC?

St. Petersburg College offers a wide range of options to meet your education needs. If you want to develop new job skills, advance your career or start a new one, we provide a flexible, affordable opportunity to further your education. Find out why more than 60,000 students chose SPC this year.

Orthotics patientEnrollment Events

Enrollment events are a great place to learn about specific academic programs, talk with other students, advisors, faculty and administrators, tour the facility and get answers to your questions.

Student: Not sure how to pay for college?Tuition Rates You Can Afford

All SPC courses cost less per credit hour than those at a public university or private college. Our students take the same general education courses they would take as a freshman and sophomore at a university at a much lower cost. As a result, your scholarships and hard-earned dollars go farther at SPC.

Faculty member Bonnie Kellser in classMeet our Faculty

One of St. Petersburg College’s great strengths is its faculty — men and women dedicated to quality education and to their students. We take great pride in the people who teach at SPC, just as they take pride in the work they do every day. This blog is dedicated to their stories.

SPC 2011-12 Catalog CoverCollege Catalog

Browse the St. Petersburg College Catalog for information on admissions, academics, degree requirements and more.

SPC EpiCenter BuildingOur Campuses

With ten locations across Pinellas County, St. Petersburg College offers an education alternative that is close to home. Explore the highlights of our campuses and find links to their websites and directions to visit them in person.

Student walking on SPC St. Petersburg/Gibbs CampusTake a Tour

Take a tour of our college! During a one-hour walking tour, you will visit student services, the campus library, the wellness center, the bookstore and student life areas on campus. The tour is casual and interactive and questions are encouraged.