Academic Continuity Resources: Student Toolkit
Top things you need to know about SPC's response to the Coronavirus Update
- Effective Wednesday, March 18, face-to-face classes and student affairs/student support services (with few exceptions) will be moved online through the end of the Spring Term.
- Students will receive additional information from their instructors.
- Watch your SPC email and MyCourses mail for information from your instructor with addtional details.
To help assist students through this period, we have prepared this guide with links to helpful resources.
How to get started in MyCourses
- Accessing MyCourses - Direct link to access MyCourses.
- Accessing Introduction to MyCourses - The goal of the Introduction to MyCourses is to provide you with an overview of the MyCourses environment as well as a chance to interact with some of its most commonly used tools. The Introduction consists of eleven modules in addition to a Welcome area. Each module covers a specific topic related to student success and using online learning tools. In each module, you'll also find additional resources related to the module in the optional resources folder. NOTE: If you have not taken an online course at SPC before we strongly encourage you to complete the Introduction to MyCourses.
- MyCourses Quick Guide for Students - This list is designed to help you become familiar with the MyCourses environment.
- Technical Requirements for MyCourses - A list of the devices and browsers that are compatible with MyCourses.
- What is Pulse? - Pulse is a mobile app that can help students stay connected and on track with their courses in MyCourses. It provides one easy view of course calendars, readings, assignments, evaluations, grades, and announcements. The app can help students make better decisions about how to handle workload, when to submit assignments, and when to prepare for tests.
Zoom Video Conferencing
More resources are coming soon!
Help & Support Services
- Support Services Overview page - A list of support resources available to SPC students. You can also try searching this knowledgebase for the help you need.
- Career and Academic Advising - Log into MySPC to see your assigned advisor. You can reach out directly by phone or e-mail to your advisor from here. If you have more detailed questions for your advsior, we ask that you schedule an online appointment. Select your campus on this page and choose an appointment time.
- Financial Aid Questions - Visit ASKFAS online or call 727-791-2485.
- Learning Resources Services for Students - The Learning Resources team has set up a helpful guide on how to access resources such as online tutoring and library research.
- Testing Services
- Other helpful contacts
Last updated 3/18/2020.