Thinking of coming to South Plains College? Whether you are interested in an academic program that will transfer to a university or a technical program that will give you an associate's degree and skills to start a new career, SPC is a great choice. You will find high quality education and career training with an added bonus - personal attention.
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At South Plains College, we want you to reach your fullest potential. So we work to support you in clarifying your goals, developing your talents and skills, and challenging you to become an independent, lifelong learner.
SPC students are people who want to improve the quality of their lives. So our success at SPC is measured by the success of students. In preparing you for academic transfer or a satisfying career, faculty and staff take a personal interest in helping you achieve your educational goals.
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The advising system at South Plains College is a continuous process designed to foster the development of the student’s successful educational plan compatible with the unique life goals of the individual student. By practicing a holistic, proactive approach, South Plains College advising creates a student-centered environment from which students emerge as independent life long learners. Speak to an advisor>>
The Testing Center is committed to maintain the highest compliance with nationally recognized professional testing standards and practices, safeguarding confidentiality of student records, and creating an optimal testing environment. More>>
The Business Office is committed to helping students reach their ultimate goal of graduating from SPC or transferring onto a 4 year institution. Learn more >>
A key element in determining financial need is determining the cost to attend a particular institution for a given period of time. The Cost of Attendance is estimated to show how much it may cost a student to attend SPC for nine months (based on 12 or more hours per semester). Need Financial Aid Help>>
SPC offers quality education at an affordable price. See how SPC is one of the most affordable community colleges in the State of Texas. Learn more >>
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South Plains College administers a number of scholarship programs that are not limited to a specific major field of study. These scholarships are open to all eligible students. Amounts for each award vary and are dependent upon available funds. Students interested in specific activity scholarships should contact the departments listed in the activity scholarship descriptions concerning interviews, auditions or departmental scholarship applications if applicable.
A single online scholarship application is used to apply for all scholarships administered by South Plains College. More>>
At South Plains College, residence halls are not just a place to eat and sleep; they are an integral part of college life. SPC provides full-time students, carrying 15 or more semester hours, with modern, comfortable and affordable housing. Living in a residence hall provides the opportunity to meet new friends and associate with other students from different cities, states and countries. In the process, students grow and develop as people, capable of taking on the responsibilities of living with others. More>>
New Student Orientation gives new students the knowledge needed to be successful as a student at South Plains College. In addition, you will meet with an academic advisor and register for classes. Each South Plains College campus has a unique orientation experience. Attend the orientation program at the campus in which you plan to take the majority of your classes. Orientation Registration will open May 1st.
To ensure that you have a useful orientation there are a few things that must be completed before attending. If these items are not complete, you will not be able to register for classes at orientation. View Checklist>>