Aug 5th, 2014 2014-15 College Catalog
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The Crosby Road entrance to the college is CLOSED while construction crews repave sidewalks and part of the roadway in the Crosby loop. Enter through 29th Ave/RW Johnson or Mottman Road entrances. Intercity Transit bus service is happening at the Mottman loop in front of the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts during the closure.
South Puget Sound Community College Automotive Technology student Mike Kangiser claimed a gold medal at the SkillsUSA Championships in Kansas City, Missouri. Kangiser earned gold in Customer Service at the June 23-27 SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference.
Mining the Ego: Self Portraits of a Humble Artist brings its unique type of sculpture to The Gallery at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts beginning Monday, June 30. Mining the Ego includes depictions of the nude human form.
South Puget Sound Community College women’s basketball coach Mychael Heuer announced his resignation, citing personal health issues.
Former South Puget Sound Community College goalkeeper Nathan Salveson is returning to the pitch for the Clippers. Athletic Director Pam Charpentier announced that Salveson is the new coach of the men’s soccer program.
The selfie craze is coming to The Gallery at the Kenneth J Minnaert Center for the Arts, but not like you think.
More than 2,000 degrees, certificates and diplomas will be awarded, as South Puget Sound Community College holds it 2014 commencement ceremony June 20, 2014, at 6 p.m. on the grounds of the campus' soccer field. That all adds up to the largest graduating cohort in the history of the college.
As of Monday, June 23, South Puget Sound Community College will begin operating on summer hours.
South Puget Sound Community College will officially dedicate its newest building, The Center for Student Success, on Tuesday, May 13. The public is welcome to attend.