Our programs follow specific transfer tracks that help students who earn their Associates Degree from SPC to easily transfer into Bachelor's programs from colleges within the state of Florida, as well as across the country.
Our graduates rank first in the state for earning the highest entry wages in Florida. With degree programs tailored to meet the needs of local industries, you'll be job ready at graduation. In fact, more than 90 percent of our graduates find jobs in the field, are continuing their education or serving in the military.
St. Petersburg College offers free tutoring to all students. We also offer online support, campus learning centers and small group workshops so you get the academic support you need.
Paying for college
The program offers scholarships for up to 100 Elementary Education B.S. degree seeking students, covering two courses per year. Please contact Pat Roper at Roper.firstname.lastname@example.org for details or to apply.
The initiative was funded by a $5 million Florida Centers of Excellence in Elementary Teacher Preparation grant by the Florida Department of Education.
To learn more about how you can get help paying for college, visit our Tuition and Financial Aid page.
Choosing a college is a big decision. With our focus on you, you will see why SPC is the smart choice.
Two years at St. Petersburg College and two years at a public university can save you more than $5,830 compared to four years at a public university in Florida.
Over $6 million in scholarships granted in 2016. Learn more about how you can get help paying for college by downloading our FREE Financial Aid Guide!
More than 90 percent of our graduates find jobs in the field, are continuing their education or serving in the military.
“What I found at SPC were individuals who really cared about my success at this college and really wanted to help me succeed and reach my potential. They helped me remove barriers and challenged me academically so I could leave this place really proud of the education that I received."
- Linaea Floden, who earned a bachelor’s degree in Sustainability Management from SPC, and a master’s degree in architecture and community design from the University of South Florida