South Plains College’s newest location, the SPC Lubbock Center began operations on Aug. 28. The center, located at 3907 Ave. Q, will be the site of a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. on Tuesday (Sept. 26).
The program will include the invocation by Mr. Joe Fly, professor of English. Mr. Kevin McConic, executive director of the Lubbock Center and workforce development, will provide the welcome and introductions. South Plains College President Dr. Robin Satterwhite will introduce Our Partners in Education. He will be followed by the Honorable Dan Pope, mayor of Lubbock, who offer remarks.
Mr. Tim Collins, chairman of the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance Board of Directors, will provide remarks. Mr. Mike Box, chairman of the South Plains College Board of Regents will conduct the dedication of the center. Following closing announcements by Mr. McConic, the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors will conduct the ribbon cutting.
Refreshments and tours will follow the ceremony.
The South Plains College Lubbock Center offers college-level career and technical education programs and courses that focus on business, office administration, computer technology, automotive technology, machinist trades, welding technology and industrial manufacturing/emerging technologies. A new culinary arts program is being developed for the center and will open in 2018. Additionally, students have access to a variety of academic transfer courses that support the technical degree programs offered at the center.
For more information, contact Dane Dewbre, associate dean of Marketing and Recruitment, at (806) 716-2210 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
(News release from South Plains College)