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15 Calif. community colleges receive initial approval to offer four-year degrees

The California Community Colleges Board of Governors met today in Sacramento to discuss a number of items, including offering baccalaureate degree programs. Chancellor Brice W. 474 more words


St. Petersburg College awarded $5 million grant to help prepare future elementary teachers

St. Petersburg College’s (SPC) College of Education (COE) has been awarded a three-year, $5 million grant from the Florida Department of Education that will be used to restructure SPC’s College of Education elementary education programs. 433 more words



Hello again from 2015!

Let’s start the year off with some interesting numbers, eh? Specifically, some numbers regarding different fields of education in the United States. 98 more words


SPC honors fall graduates in two ceremonies

About 680 St. Petersburg College graduates attended two commencement ceremonies Saturday, Dec. 13, at First Baptist Church of Indian Rocks. Prior to the 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. 896 more words

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The Imagined Crisis Within Higher Education

by Sally Young and Tina Craven

Statistical reports citing a decline in humanities majors has sparked talk of a humanities “crisis;”  but is the shift in these programs a crisis or a conscious decision by students? 692 more words

SPC's bachelor's degrees serve non-traditional students

At the June Board of Trustees meeting, St. Petersburg College officials presented information on the college’s strategic priority of providing baccalaureate education and the success rates and demographics of those students. 464 more words

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Paige and Gretchen Almost Ready

Well, Paige and I finally graduated from Bradley.

So that’s, ya know, wonderful.

Armed with our bachelor’s degrees and a couple of guitars, we’re setting out in the next few weeks to go do whatever we want in wherever we want (excludes overseas, see packaging for details). 82 more words