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SPC's Emergency Management Department coordinates a comprehensive approach to emergency preparedness and response as recommended by the Gubernatorial Task Force for Campus Safety.
For more information, contact:
Bill Grey, 727-341-4501Emergency Management CoordinatorAllstate Center
Monday - Thursday8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The shortest wait times are in the morning. Please arrive at least one hour before closing for the best service. Limited student services may be available up to an hour before closing, depending on the number of students already waiting.
727-341-4793727-341-4419 PublicSafetyAdvising@spcollege.eduAdvising website
David Wilburn727-302-6504Wilburn.David@spcollege.edu Career Services website
Lisa M. Gould, M.Ed.firstname.lastname@example.orgAccessibility Services website
*Consultation services are by appointment only.
The St. Petersburg College Allstate Center is located at 3200 34th St. S., St. Petersburg, FL 33711. Use the interactive map below to plan your route. Use our campus locator map to locate buildings and classrooms on campus. View hours of operation.
Today’s public safety professionals face some of the greatest challenges in history. Meeting these complexities begins with professional training.
Since 1960, the Southeastern Public Safety Institute (SEPSI) at St.
Petersburg College has offered specialized training and education for those
preparing to enter a public safety profession, in-service professionals
and administrators. Today, SEPSI includes our public safety training academies and in-service training for law enforcement.
The Allstate Center in south St. Petersburg houses SEPSI programs and a variety of grant-funded training programs through the Center for Public Safety Innovation. The Allstate Center also is home to the College of Public Safety Administration, which offers academic degrees. At the Allstate Center you will find spacious conference rooms, teaching labs and classrooms designed for public safety instruction. Our unique and practical learning environments include:
Take a break between classes in our student lounge. The lounge has two ping pong tables, two foosball
tables, couches, chairs, a flat-screen television and vending machines.
Our public safety programs offer something for everyone. Whether you want to cut your teeth in our academies or fulfill mandatory retraining requirements as a professional, our programs fit your life. Want to work your way up the ranks? Our academic programs can help with that.
Looking to move up in your career? Our College of Public Safety Administration academic degrees and certificates give you credentials for promotions.
Meet your mandatory retraining requirements or specialize in what matters to you through our public safety advanced training.
Our public safety training academies for police, corrections officers, former officers and military and firefighters are some of the best in the state and prepare you to become certified.
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The Allstate Center is one of SPC’s most unique! As the home to our College of Public Safety Administration as well as our police and corrections academies, the experience at the Allstate Center offers you, as a student, the opportunity to involve yourself in a multitude of activities building the personal and professional development skills necessary for careers in public safety – and many other fields.
Participating in student life events has been shown to increase students' enjoyment of their time in college and allow them to network with other students and staff members working in their fields of interest. All SPC students are welcome to participate in the fun happening at SPC Allstate. Just bring your student ID.
Student Government Association (SGA) provides an excellent opportunity for students of all majors and backgrounds to make an impact on their campus. SGA builds leadership, teamwork, organization, communication, and many other skills valued across all professional industries (plus, it looks great on a resume!) Students meet monthly to discuss programs and events, student activities funds budgeting, and planning for future classes of students. This is a great chance to get involved, make new friends and have fun!
The Student Activities office is located in AC 200. For more information regarding SGA or student life events, please contact:
Anjum PerfettiStudent Life and Leadership Coordinator
Office: AC 200C
Get involved with one of our clubs, or begin your own.
Men Achieving Excellence Club (MAX)
This student club fosters support from other men to help them graduate from college, find jobs in their field, enjoy positive experiences, and develop friendship with students and mentors.
Advisor: Professor Michael Hughes
Sigma – Pi Beta Lambda ChapterThe National Criminal Justice Honor Society Advisor: Professor Rosanne Beck Email: Beck.Rosanne@spcollege.edu
What is the most important card in your wallet? Your SPC Student
ID card. With it you will be able to receive discounts from selected
businesses. Here is the latest list of discount providers:
Monday - Thursday: 12 p.m. - 7 p.m.Friday, Saturday & Sunday: Closed
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The wellness center at the Allstate Center features strength training and resistance machines, cardio workout machines and
free weights. You need a valid SPC student or staff member ID to use the facility.
Monday - Thursday
7 - 8 a.m.
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
4 - 8 p.m.Friday
7 - 8 a.m.
11:30 a.m - 1:30 p.m.
St. Petersburg College P.O. Box 13489St. Petersburg FL 33733-3489727-341-4772
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