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Homecoming Week with Fine Dining Event Option

St. Philip’s College enhances 2017 Homecoming Week with fine dining event option at the student-run Artemisia's restaurant Oct. 20 Read More >

Artemisia's Restaurant

Homecoming Week with Fine Dining Event Option

St. Philip’s College enhances 2017 Homecoming Week with fine dining event option at the student-run Artemisia's restaurant Oct. 20 Read More >

2017 Solar Fest

SPC at 2017 Solar Fest

All are invited to have fun while learning about educational opportunities in solar and alternative energy from the students and faculty of the St. Philip’s College Power Generation and Alternative Energy Green Energy Campus Demonstration Project program during the 2017 Solar Fest program Nov. 4 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Roosevelt Park at 331 Roosevelt Ave. Read More >

Jeannie Gusme, Whataburger Scholarship Recipient

SPC at Texas Business Hall of Fame 35th Annual Induction Luncheon

Two Weeks Away: From Elite Scholarship Student to Certified Woman Owned Entrepreneur to Gall Bladder Surgery: St. Philip’s College’s Jeannie Gusme on journey to attend Texas Business Hall of Fame Foundation ceremony as a Whataburger Scholarship Recipient Nov. 1 in Dallas Read More >

MLK Day of Service

SPC Announces Plans for 2018 MLK Day of Service

An extra King-sized lineup for a King-sized ideal. St. Philip’s College is planning an extra King-sized lineup of fun, family-friendly and service-based activities for the college’s 2018 Martin Luther King, Jr., Day of Service season that coincides with the city’s Tricentennial, with details to be announced and updated online in coming weeks. Read More >

Occupational Therapy Assistant Student Posters 01

SPC Occupational Therapy and Biomedical Engineering Students Present Research during Poster Session

A college record 35 St. Philip's College health sciences and applied sciences students formally presented their first research as college students during the college's unique Fall 2017 Poster Session. Read More >

Monster Tech Fest (Archival Photo)

SPC Monster Tech Fest: 72 HOURS AWAY

Today, St. Philip's College announced one additional program to the lineup in its free 2017 Monster Tech Fest: Fifth Anniversary Edition for prospective college students Oct. 20 from 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. at the college's Southwest Campus at 800 Quintana Road. Read More >

Dr. Erick Akins, Title III Director

FIRST 10 DAYS: SPC Administrator Begins Term

FIRST 10 DAYS: SPC administrator begins term as newly elected president of the National Association of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) Title III Administrators, Inc. Read More >

Boys & Girls Clubs Sign

SPC student, East Side Boys & Girls Club Featured in a News Story

A St. Philip's College student is featured in a news report on how lives were impacted when 160 NuStar Energy employees gave back through four hours of transformational volunteer repair work at the East Side Boys & Girls Club at 3503 Martin Luther King Drive. Read More >

Presidential Scholarship Recipients

SPC Presidential Scholarship Award Recipients in the News

A college record eight 2017 St. Philip’s College Presidential Scholarship Award recipients were introduced during a recipient reception and banquet Sept. 28 at the student-run Artemisia's restaurant. Read More >

Best Tasting Salsa

SPC Best Tasting Salsa Scholarship Competition Stories are Online

All news reports on the 2017 St. Philip’s College Best Tasting Salsa Scholarship Competition: 10th Anniversary Edition, a one-hour judged salsa specialty food contest where the prizes were scholarships to SPC for two-person teams of local high school student chefs are online this week. Read More >

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  • Homecoming Week with Fine Dining Event Option

    Thursday, October 19, 2017
    St. Philip’s College enhances 2017 Homecoming Week with fine dining event option at the student-run Artemisia's restaurant Oct. 20 Read More >
  • SPC at 2017 Solar Fest

    Thursday, October 19, 2017
    All are invited to have fun while learning about educational opportunities in solar and alternative energy from the students and faculty of the St. Philip’s College Power Generation and Alternative Energy Green Energy Campus Demonstration Project program during the 2017 Solar Fest program Nov. 4 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Roosevelt Park at 331 Roosevelt Ave. Read More >
  • SPC at Texas Business Hall of Fame 35th Annual Induction Luncheon

    Thursday, October 19, 2017
    Two Weeks Away: From Elite Scholarship Student to Certified Woman Owned Entrepreneur to Gall Bladder Surgery: St. Philip’s College’s Jeannie Gusme on journey to attend Texas Business Hall of Fame Foundation ceremony as a Whataburger Scholarship Recipient Nov. 1 in Dallas Read More >
  • SPC Announces Plans for 2018 MLK Day of Service

    Thursday, October 19, 2017
    An extra King-sized lineup for a King-sized ideal. St. Philip’s College is planning an extra King-sized lineup of fun, family-friendly and service-based activities for the college’s 2018 Martin Luther King, Jr., Day of Service season that coincides with the city’s Tricentennial, with details to be announced and updated online in coming weeks. Read More >