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AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: Yes

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Contact Info

6021 142nd Ave N Clearwater, FL 33760-2822
Phone: (727) 341-4772
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St Petersburg College
  • Located in Clearwater, FL
  • Public
  • 31,793 students enrolled
  • - admitted
  • $2,428 annual cost to attend


Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Kaine from Seminole, FL
  • I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    Put your best foot forward and always be prepared for the cards life may deal you. Be true to yourself and pursue what makes you happy.

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  • Vivienne from Germany
  • I am a current student here

    Students who are looking forward and/or looking at St. Petersburg college, I would definitely recommend this institution to students who are looking for colleges with affordable prices, especially at this community college. SPC is known as a community college, however the institution offers several 4 year/undergraduate degrees that many could be interested in if they would want to both save money and not deal with having to transfer schools.

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  • Anonymous from Saint Petersburg, FL
  • I am a current student here

    Before you get into the classes, you will face reams of paperwork(SO MUCH) and incompetent advisors. If you get a bad advisor the first time, then you should change the advisor you were assigned to(and don't go back to the first one). Get your classes the day they open. This is vitally important if you want to organize your schedule the way you want it to be and if you deon't want to go to a faraway campus to do your weekly classes.

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  • Marena from Clearwater, FL
  • I am a past student here

    You should definitely use to look up professors before you add any classes to your schedule. The required textbooks are not always really required. Try to check if you really need it before you spend the money on a textbook. You can usually find your textbooks for significantly cheaper on websites such as which will allow you to buy or rent textbooks for much less than what the campus store charges. Get to know your professors and be polite. The professors are generally lenient and willing to help, but being rude and demanding will quickly get you on their bad side, making them less likely to help you. A respectful email and admission of personal guilt if something is your own fault is much more likely to get you grace than an email demanding things you feel entitled to. Keep in mind that your professor probably has several other classes and may even teach at more than one college. Try to be patient if they don't respond to email right away. Schedule your exams a week or two in advance if you can because the spots fill up quickly., but don't worry if you forget. There are usually several spaces left, but even if there aren't you are allowed to just walk in, and there will be extra space available. If your teacher gives you an exam study guide, definitely use it but don't rely on it completely. You should still study things not on the study guide if you want to get an A, but 9 times out of 10 the knowing the study guide will get you a passing grade (usually a B). Quizlet is a useful tool for studying because many past students have probably made quizlets for your class.

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  • Emina from Pinellas Park, FL
  • I am a current student here

    Use rate my professor to find which professor is the best fit for you. Just because it is community college, does not mean they will take it easy on you. I can honestly say all my professors this year were tough, so choose wisely.

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