The pace of the news is faster than ever. Making sense of it all was at the forefront of this year’s Constitution Day discussion at South Plains College.
The recently released crime report for South Plains College shows an increase of sexual misconduct, drug and alcohol violations and aggravated assault on campus.
Campus crime statistics, a resolution, and upcoming events were among the topics of discussion during the October meeting of the South Plains College Board of Regents.
With the newest installation in the Math and Engineering Building on the Levelland campus, students can now produce ideas in a space designed to promote creativity.
Students who are planning to graduate in December need to check with their academic advisor or an advisor at the Advising Center on campus.
The idea for the Texans Helping Texans benefit concert came up when Dr. Robin Satterwhite, president of South Plains College, approached Dr. Stan DeMerritt, vice president of student affairs, about what, if anything, the college could do to help.
The smell of success is in the air as South Plains College plans to offer a new degree program starting next year.
South Plains College recently appointed Dr. Lynne Cleavinger as the replacement for the new dean of students.
A ceremonial ribbon cutting was held at the new Lubbock Center, officially opening it for the semester.
A new dean and vice president, Lubbock Center construction progress, and details on the upcoming Culinary Arts program were among the topics discussed during the September meeting of the South Plains College Board of Regents.
A new resource at South Plains College could help students and faculty in need of emergency groceries.
Ecosystems across the globe have been stripped down to barren land as a result of human urbanization.
After multiple vehicle break-ins on the Levelland campus, South Plains College Campus Police are advising students to take precautions to help keep their belongings safe.
South Plains College’s newest campus location offers a workforce hub with easy accessibility to those who live in Lubbock.
The idea of climate change has become a largely politically polarized concept. But the nation’s leading climate scientists say it’s time to make a choice.
South Plains College has a new face for vice president for student affairs.
Concealed firearms are now legal to carry on South Plains College campuses.
Imagine being on the scene, looking at a wrecked vehicle belonging to a loved one.
The Student Life Center has a new director who plans to bridge the gap between community and community college.
by MATT MOLINAR//Associate Editor Every year, students who show great interest in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics are selected by NASA to participate in the Community College Aerospace Scholars program. This year, six […]