Focused on Your Success

The First-Time Titans program is for our new SPC students. The getting started guide below breaks down your admissions and registration checklists.

After registration, students will attend a two-part orientation to learn more about how to be successful at SPC and available SPC resources. In the second part of orientation, you will have the opportunity to meet other First-Time Titans before the start of the semester.

More details are below. Get started with your first step now!

Admissions Steps

Apply for Admission

Simply apply online and, in about 10 minutes, you’ll have taken your first step to become a Titan. There is an $40 application fee.

Please complete the supplemental application if you were a dual enrollment student or have previously applied to be a dual enrollment student.

Need assistance completing the application? Connect with a recruiter.

Log In to the Titan Hub

Your Titan Hub account is your online access to everything SPC. To log in, click on Titan Login in the upper right-hand corner of the website. You will need your SPC email to log in. Your email information is in the email you received after applying to SPC. Please contact Technical Support if you need assistance.

The Titan Hub is where you will access the following:

  • Your SPC Email: All official communications will go to your SPC email.
  • MySPC: Your portal to check your financial aid status, register, and pay for classes
  • MyCourses: Access classes and Pre-Orientation
  • First-Time Titan Group: A place to ask questions and get resources

Watch this video to learn more about multi-factor authentication for SPC students.

Speak to an Enrollment Specialist

Every new student at SPC has access to meet with an Enrollment Specialist who can help you with your admission checklist items. Check your personal and SPC student email accounts for an invitation to make an appointment. If you cannot make an appointment, you may request assistance by filling out a Request Form.

Send Us Your Transcripts and Test Scores

Admission to SPC requires a standard high school diploma or GED. We need your final and official academic transcripts to show proof of high school graduation or GED. We must have your official transcripts in order for you to receive Financial Aid and be classified as a degree-seeking student.

If you took any AICE, AP, CELP, ACT, and SAT, please also send those official transcripts.

Save time — have your schools send us your transcripts electronically!

Take the Placement Test (If Needed)

You will need to take the Placement Test if you meet one of the following conditions:

  • You graduated from a private high school.
  • You received a high-school diploma as a home-schooled student.
  • You graduated from a Florida public high school in 2007 or earlier or started 9th grade before the 2003-04 school year.
  • You completed a GED.
  • You graduated from an out-of-state high school.
Pay Less Tuition — Submit Proof of Florida Residency

You may be eligible for in-state tuition if you have been a Florida resident for at least 12 months. Proof of residency is required. Your Enrollment Specialist can assist you in determining if you qualify.

Apply for Financial Aid

You should apply for Financial Aid even if you think you don’t qualify. There are many forms of support you may be eligible such as grants and scholarships, which require you to submit a completed FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid Application).

SPC School Code: 001528

Steps to Register

Meet with Your Advisor to Register

You were assigned a Career and Academic Advisor when you applied to SPC. You can find your Advisor’s name by either checking the email you received when you first applied, asking your Enrollment Specialist, or logging in to the Titan Hub to access your MySPC. Your Advisor’s name and contact information will be in the bottom left-hand corner of MySPC. You can meet with your Advisor face-to-face or online.  

Schedule an appointment. Advisors have appointments up until two weeks before the beginning of the term. If you want to register two weeks or less before the start of the term, you can see an Advisor on a first come, first served basis, either on campus or through virtual advising.

Pay Tuition and Fees

Login to the Titan Hub to access MySPC. Here you will see your balance and tuition date. Please be aware of your payment date. You will be dropped from your classes if your tuition and fees are not paid by your due date.

Purchase your Books
Get your books at the SPC Bookstore.

Get your Student ID
Once you have paid for your classes, you can get your SPC ID card. Your ID gives you access to free bus transportation on Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) buses.


After registering, you are ready to start the SPC First-Time Titan program!


Pre-Orientation is an online module that will take roughly an hour and a half to complete. In Pre-Orientation, you will learn helpful information to help you succeed here at SPC. To access pre-orientation, log in to the Titan Hub, and click on MyCourses. The First-Time Titan Pre-Orientation will be listed here as a course option.

It is important that you complete these four assignments prior to attending orientation:

  • Introduction to MyCourses found in Module 1 in the MyCourses Student Overview section
  • SPC's Your Keys to Success! Survey found in Module 2 in the Titan Care Center section
  • SPC Student Readiness Assessment found in Module 2 in the Titan Care Center section
  • Career Coach Quiz found in Module 2 in the Career Development Services section

You will register for Orientation in the last module of Pre-Orientation.


Orientation is a face-to-face experience where you can meet other students starting at SPC. It is approximately three hours long. During this interactive and engaging session you will learn more about exploring your career options, what to expect on the first day of class, get familiar with the campus and learn about SPC resources.

Please arrive to Orientation 15-30 minutes prior to the scheduled start time. This will allow time for the check-in process and to complete any items needed for the day.

Start Classes

Have fun! Please let us know if you need assistance along the way. Remember to use your First-Time Titans group in the Titan Hub to ask questions, access resources, and connect with fellow First-Time Titans.