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Outside school affects inside school. Do you have the right set-up? Check these resources for tips on setting things up for success.

Top Resources

These are the top resources we have identified to help ensure that you have the right environment to study and the support you need to succeed. 

  • SPC's Learning Centers and Libraries have resources that can help you succeed and are great places to study.
  • Build a Network on Campus as a Community College Student, Delece Smith-Barrow, U.S. News & World Report
    For many community college students, finding a sense of community on campus can be challenging. They fall into a routine that Dave Leenhouts, vice president of student services at Wharton County Junior College in Texas, calls "PCP": parking lot, class and then back to the parking lot where they drive off. Students who establish a campus support network can increase their chance of progressing in school, experts say. See these 3 tips for students just like you.
  • Student Assistance Program, SPC and Baycare
    Sometimes life is stressful. We can help. SPC partners with BayCare Behavior Health to provide enrolled students with 3 FREE counseling sessions. Don’t be afraid to call if you're feeling overwhelmed by:
       Academic stress
       Peer pressure
       Work/study schedule
       Alcohol/drug use
       Problems at home
  • Back to School Tips for Adult Students, State Farm Insurance
    Whether you want to change careers, finish your degree or for personal development, you’ll set yourself up for success by following these "adult back to school tips" shared by Mario Armstrong.

Additional Resources

View our entire collection of resources that will help you ensure that you have the right support and space.

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