Month: February 2018

NASA trip provides STEM students with educational opportunity.

NASA trip educates, prepares STEM students Most students strive to someday work alongside professionals within their field of study. For five South Plains College students, this goal was reached during […]

Tubb enters WJCAC Hall of Fame after 33 years at SPC

Longtime South Plains College Athletic Director Joe Tubb recently was honored at Texan Dome in recognition of his induction into the Western Junior College Athletic Conference Hall of Fame. He […]

Scholarship Gala sells out, offers lively entertianment

Annual Scholarship Gala sells out, continues fundraising tradition The South Plains College community will once again gather to support scholarship funding during a night of festivities. The 20th Annual SPC […]

Fake news creating distrust, hurting credibility of legitimate sources

Politics is a polarizing topic that becomes increasingly more polarizing with the spread of fake news. The 2016 election flooded the Internet with fake news. Between the presidential candidates and […]

Board of Regents discuss enrollment report at February meeting

Student enrollment, bringing back training for CDL drivers and the annual Scholarship Gala were among the topics discussed during the February meeting of the South Plains College Board of Regents. […]

Student pursues passion in film after soccer injury

After a devastating injury that ended his soccer career, Fabio Acosta traded in his soccer cleats for a camera and found a new passion for film at South Plains College. […]

Proud alum credits career accomplishments to SPC

Joni Granados uses her past experiences at South Plains College to guide her successful career as a laboratory supervisor. Granados began studying Biology from 2007 to 2009 at South Plains […]