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Welcome to MySPC! You have opened the first of many doors to everything you might want to know about South Plains College. 
 
I invite you to explore MySPC as well as our website to see the excellence that South Plains College has to offer.  While there is no substitute for an actual visit to South Plains College, you will find an abundance of valuable information and resources available on our many online resources.
 

I hope you will visit one of our campuses, but until then, come back and visit our website often: there is something new to discover about South Plains College virtually all the time.

Sincerely,

Robin Satterwhite Ed.D.
President
South Plains College

 

 
 
 
 

Access to Student Records

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) as amended is a federal law intended to protect the privacy of student educational records accumulated from early childhood through college. FERPA provided parents with certain rights with respect to their children's education records. However, once a student reaches the age of 18 or enters college, the rights previously held by the parents transfer exclusively to the student.
 
Ordinarily, parents of South Plains College students obtain information about their children's records directly from their children. South Plains College may disclose information to parents if an Authorization to Release Information form has been filed with the Admissions and Records Office. 

The payment of a student's tuition by the parent does not, by itself, give the parent the right of access to a student's record. Questions concerning these procedures may be directed to the Registrar’s Office at (806) 716-2371.
 
Form must be on file with the Admissions & Records Office in order for parents to have access to student record.
CampusConnect is available via the internet to all new and currently enrolled South Plains College students.  A variety of services are available through Campus Connect including:
  • Registration for classes
  • Review or pay your account
  • Review financial aid
  • View your class schedule
  • Check your final semester grades
  • View your unofficial transcript
  • Perform a degree audit
  • Update your personal information
  • Change your PIN number

Click logo to email AskSPC or
For Assistance by phone, call (806) 894-9611 ext. 3300

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for Fall 2017 Tutor Schedules per campus

For more information, please contact

Rachael Phillips

rphillips@southplainscollege.edu

(806) 716 – 2538

 

At South Plains College, we are committed to student success through educational excellence. Research shows that the key to a successful college experience is built upon a solid foundation during the first year. The New Student Orientation at South Plains College has been intentionally designed to provide a supportive environment and create a solid foundation in order to propel you toward future success. 

For more information visit New Student Orientation.

SPC email is the official electronic communication address with the college. Students are expected to check their SPC email regularly, because several offices on campus, as well as professors, will use it to send important announcements.

Log on to your SPC email account with your MySPC username and password, by clicking on "SPC email," under the Campus Bookmarks menu on any tab on MySPC.

Students can even forward SPC email to any other email account; simply follow the easy directions as follows:
 
You can forward your SPC email account to any other email address by following these steps.  You are responsible for maintaining this forwarding information.  Should your forwarded account change, you must change the forwarding setup for your SPC email account.

Instructions for Forwarding SPC E-mail

You can forward your SPC email account to any other email address by following these steps. 
 
  1. Login to MySPC and click the SPC Google Mail option under Campus Bookmarks.
  2. When in your SPC mail account, click the gear in the upper right hand corner and select mail settings
  3. On the mail settings screen, select Forwarding
  4. On the forwarding tab, click the forwarding option and complete your email address where you want to forward your messages.  Be sure to select the option to delete messages from your South Plains College mailbox.
 
You will receive a confirmation email in your forwarded mailbox.  Confirm the forwarding action and your mailbox forwarding is complete.
 
You are responsible for maintaining this forwarding information.  Should your forwarded account change, you must change the forwarding setup for your SPC email account.
 
Or, if you need any technical assistance, contact askSPC@southplainscollege.edu.