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Monday, June 25th

Last Day to Drop Summer I Courses

No Refund

Fall classes begin August 27, 2018

The 84th Texas legislature passed Senate Bill 11, commonly known as the "campus carry" bill went into effect on August 1, 2017. 

South Plains College's detailed policy required by Senate Bill 11 can be found by clicking HERE

Click HERE for 2017-2018 Academic Year Texas Penal Code §30.06 Limitations

South Plains College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex,

disability or age in its programs and activities.

The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:
Vice President for Student Affairs, South Plains College
1401 College Avenue, Box 5, Levelland, TX 79336, 806-894-9611

Click logo to email AskSPC or
For Assistance by phone, call (806) 716-3300

Click HERE to register online

THIS WEEK ON CAMPUS!!

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SUMMER I 2018

June 11

  • Last Day 70% Refund

June 12

  • Last Day 25% Refund

June 25

  • Last Day to Drop Summer I Courses

June 28

  • Summer II Payment Due by 3:00 p.m.

July 4

  • Independence Day Holiday

July 10

  • Summer I Finals

July 11

  • Summer I Final Grades Due 10:00 a.m.

SUMMER II 2018
July 11

  • Last Day 100% Refund

July 12

  • Summer II – Move in Only Smallwood Apartments Open 9:00 a.m.
  • Summer II First Class Day
  • Add/Drop/Late Registration
  • Hours 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

July 13

  • Add/Drop/Late Registration
  • Hours 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

July 18

  • Last Day 70% Refund
  • 4th Class Day

July 23

  • Last Day 25% Refund


All South Plains College Faculty, Staff and Students have access to MySPC. Log in to myspc.southplainscollege.edu for a listing of specific services for your affiliation.
New students will gain access to MySPC upon acceptance to South Plains College. The login credentials are on the student's acceptance letter. All currently enrolled students have been issued a MySPC account.
The South Plains College Portal, MySPC, is a one-stop access point to South Plains College resources and services including Campus Connect and student email. MySPC will give access to important announcements, news and events, college calendars and a personal planner.
Campus Connect is an online service available through MySPC. Campus Connect allows students to gain access to a multitude of services and information via the internet. Click on the Campus Connect tab to view your:
  • Online Class Schedule
  • Course Availability
  • Unofficial Transcripts
  • Grade Report
  • Account Status
  • Degree Audit
  • Financial Aid Status
In addition, Campus Connect allows you to :
  • Add and Drop Classes
  • Pay for Tuition and Fees
To access Campus Connect, first log in to MySPC. Click on the tab titled "Campus Connect"
If you have not received your Acceptance Letter, you may call Admissions for assistance at 806-894-9611 ext 2374 or 2187.
Log into MySPC at https://myspc.southplainscollege.edu . You will log in by a username and password found on your acceptance letter.
In most cases, your username is the first initial of your first name followed by the first eleven letters of your last name and the last four digits of your SPC assigned student ID number. To retrieve your username, click on "Forgot Username" under Campus Bookmarks.
Login to MySPC and click the Change Password link next to your name in the Welcome bar.
You can use the Forgot Username / Reset Password link in MySPC. Once you retrieve your username, you will be given the opportunity to reset your password. If you continue to experience difficulties you should email askspc@southplainscollege.edu or call (806) 894-9611 ext. 3300.
For assistance, please email askspc@southplainscollege.edu or call (806) 894-9611 ext. 3300.

As a member of the academic community, college students enjoy privileges and share the obligations of the larger community of which the College is a part. Students are entitled to the privileges which accrue to them by virtue of their membership. These privileges carry with them the obligations of responsible citizenship. Freedom of discussion, inquiry, and expression is fostered by an environment in which the privileges of citizenship are protected and the obligations of citizenship understood.

Please use the following link to view the Student Guide


Want to make a difference?
Want to perform random acts of kindness?
Do you have a volunteer spirit?
Want an item that looks good on your resume?
Can you spare an hour per week?
Then let us train you to provide volunteer visits to our hospice patients.
What do volunteers do?
  • Just shoot a breeze
  • play a game
  • put a puzzle together
  • watch TV
  • play or sing to a patient
  • cut hair or do nails
  • read to them
  • pray with them
  • do light housework and
  • just be a friend.
Call Bob DuPont, Volunteer Recruitment Coordinator at 806.441.4126 if interested. Background check and drug test are required.