Get started with Robotics at South Plains College

South Plains College is a comprehensive, two-year community college that offers academic transfer options and college-level technical education programs. South Plains College serves the greater South Plains area of Texas with innovative educational programs that span the arts and sciences, technical education, health sciences, continuing education and workforce development. The college's main campus is located in Levelland. SPC maintains three extension centers in Lubbock that are located at The SPC Lubbock Downtown Center, The SPC Career and Technical Center and The SPC Reese Technology Center. The northern tier of the college's service area is served by The SPC Plainview Center.

Contact Information

1401 College Ave, Levelland, Texas 79336
(806) 716-2374

What South Plains College can offer you.

Through its Arts and Sciences Division, the College offers students 43 academic transfer options in 22 disciplines which lead to the Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees. Varied degree programs can be found in the fine arts, creative arts, the sciences, social sciences, behavioral sciences, communications, languages, mathematics, engineering, business administration and physical education. Students who attend SPC complete their freshman and sophomore course work and then transfer to a university to complete the remaining years of a baccalaureate program. The College's faculty advisor system helps students plan for successful transfer. In the Health Sciences Division and Technical Education Division, the College offers another 74 programs which lead to the Associate of Applied Science degree, Associate of Applied Arts degree or a Certificate of Proficiency. Students enrolled in these programs receive first-class training in a variety of career and occupational areas, including allied health, nursing, business administration, the creative arts, computer information and electronics technology, industrial technology, and professional services and energy. All technical programs are continually updated with the help of advisory committees composed of representatives from the medical community, education, the professional community, business and industry. In this way, SPC can assure students are receiving technical training that is in tune with the times.

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