St. Petersburg College is one of 28 schools in the Florida College System that provide open access for students to earn degrees and training that meet the needs of local and state employers. In Florida’s State College System, the president is the chief executive officer and is responsible for the operation and administration of the college. The president also serves as the executive officer and corporate secretary for the Board of Trustees. Each Florida college is governed by a local board of trustees, which uphold rules set by the State Board of Education. These trustees are appointed by the governor for staggered four-year terms of service.
Board of Trustees
Each Florida college is governed by a local Board of Trustees, which uphold rules set by the State Board of Education. Meet our Trustees and find information on meetings.
Each December, Board of Trustee members schedule a workshop and meet in small groups with faculty and staff to identify strategic priorities.
Career Service Employee Council
The Career Service Employee Council (CSEC) was created in 2011 with the goal of representing all Career Service Employees (CSE) while supporting the College's mission.
SPC embarks on college-wide initiatives that support its mission, visionary commitments and values.
Faculty Governance Organization
The Faculty Governance Organization (FGO) enables faculty members to have input into administrative decisions of the college.
SPC is committed to hiring and developing an energetic and talented staff to shape the future of our college and world. Learn more about Human Resources at SPC.
Find out about how recent changes in state law have impacted St. Petersburg College.
View SPC's organizational chart on the Human Resources website.
To honor our legacy, the college each year bestows the title Professor Emeritus on some of the engaging, caring faculty who helped generations of students succeed.