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At SPC, the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and visitors is our top priority. As a Community of Care, we want to make sure all Titans stay healthy and continue to care for themselves and each other and offer the following resources to help you do so.

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Child Care Assistance

This program, Child Care Access Means Parents In School or CCAMPIS, offers high-quality, affordable child care and support services to help SPC students who are parents succeed in college.

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Community Resources for Life Issues

Check our list of external resources that you may find helpful for specific issues.

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Counseling Services

St. Petersburg College partners with mental health organizations to make sure you have access to mental health care through the school.

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Food Pantry

Visit a campus food pantry and show your Student ID to shop for snacks or groceries.

Pinellas County Transit Authority. Ride free. show your student or staff ID

Free Bus Rides

As an SPC Titan, you can ride Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority buses free with your Student ID.