Student Life and Leadership

Jason Nicholson
SPC Downtown Student Life
& Leadership Coordinator
Contact info: 727-614-7209
Office DC225A

From our Welcome Back events to the Holiday Harvest Luncheon, SPC Midtown fills each term with social, cultural, wellness, and education programs. Students can apply their leadership skills by joining SGA, who assist in planning and implementing upcoming student activities.

SPC Midtown also offers a student discount program for local shopping and dining. Just show an SPC ID card to participating vendors and receive discounts on food, clothing, museum tickets and other great services.

Get involved and participate in great activities such as…

  • Holiday Harvest
  • Domestic Violence Awareness
  • Autism Awareness
  • Soul Food Music Festival


Campus Events

Get involved and participate in great activities such as the Red Ribbon Week event. Watch some of the great stories and discussions that were shared at the event.

Student Discounts

MLK Day of Service
SPC Midtown Students participating in the MLK Day of Service at Melrose Elementary.

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 downtown businesses. Here is the latest list of Discount Providers:

  • Museum of Fine Arts - $10 Student Admission
  • Museum of History - $6 Student Admission
  • The Dali Museum - $15 Student Admission
  • Florida Holocaust Museum - $10 Student Admission
  • Muvico Sundial 20 - Varies
  • Burrito Border - 10% Discount
  • The Palladium Theater at St. Petersburg College - 10% Discount
  • American Stage Theatre Company - Varies
  • The Florida Orchestra - Varies


SPC Midtown Facebook Page

Are you an SPC Midtown student? Get involved!
Like us on Facebook and stay up to date with all the happenings on campus!

Students, Be Part of SGA!

Welcome Back event
SPC Midtown students enjoying a Hispanic Heritage month celebration with live Flamenco dancing, music and food.

Do you want to help St. Petersburg College be the best it can be? Then step up and become a part of Student Government Association. Only serious, committed, and community-minded students should apply. If you wish to file for candidacy for a position, please read a copy of the Constitution and Bylaws (on-line and in the Student Life & Leadership Office) and complete an Application (on-line & at Front Desks).


2.5 Cummulative GPA; Minimum of 6 credit hours, as well as have 6 credit hours already completed. He/She, must attend all SGA meetings, unless a situation that is not under their control occurs (in which case they must give adequate notice). All officers are required to complete a minimum of 15 volunteer hours per semester as well as an additional 2 hours in the Student Life and Leadership office. Lastly, each officer must be a chair of a committee and actively participate in SGA events, along with complying with all duties stated in the Constitution Bylaws.


2.0 Cumulative GPA; Minimum of 6 credit hours
He/She is a voting member. Must volunteer a minimum of 10 hours a semester. These volunteer opportunities include campus, college, and community activities/events that are sponsored by SPC/SGA. Also a senator must exemplify St. Petersburg College’s BOT Rules, student handbook rules, be in good academic standing, and show leadership qualities. A senator must attend all SGA meetings, unless an excused absence is presented to the President and/or the Advisor.

Student Clubs

Get involved on campus with one of our student clubs. Contact the advisor today.

Top Class Ladies Club
To motivate, educate and bring positive change to young ladies at SPC. We will lead by example, conveying integrity, compassion, professionalism, and academic excellence. We provide encouragement and direction to current and future SPC students while demonstration ambition and leadership.
Advisor: Roslynn Kearney

SPC Cyber Security & Digital Forensics Club
To strive to bridge the gap between learning and applying the skills of Cyber Security and Digital Forensics through activities including but not limited to CTF events, Guest Speakers (industry), study groups for Certs, social activities, and more.
Advisor: Professor Laura Malave

Men Achieving Excellence Club (MAX)
A student club where men connect to graduate from college, find jobs in their field, enjoy positive experiences, develop friendships with students and mentors.
Advisor: Mr. Kerry Carter

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship Club
Advisor: Professor Sharon Welch