South Puget Sound Community College

2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia, WA

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Majors offered at South Puget Sound Community College

Biggest majors
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities
Business/Commerce, General
Physical Sciences, General

Academics at South Puget Sound Community College

Student Faculty Ratio
15 to 1
School type
Public 2-year institution
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Common careers for South Puget Sound Community College students

Common Careers and Their Average Annual Salary

Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General)78k
Registered Nurse (RN), Emergency Room74k
Practice Manager69k
Software Developer64k
Information Technology (IT) Support Specialist62k
Information Technology Specialist53k
Office Manager30k
Based on 504 student responses
43.5kAvg. Early Career Pay
64.7kAvg. Mid-Career Pay
52%in High-Meaning careers
9%in STEM careers

Net price of attending South Puget Sound Community College

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Student reviews of South Puget Sound Community College

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Recommended by

100% of students

Known for

Welcoming student body
Helpful learning and accessibility services
Awesome study spaces and libraries
LGBTQ+ friendly
Accessible for students with disabilities
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SPSCC was very accessible as a Running Start student. I was able to pick the classes I wanted and the college was very welcoming and understanding of running start students. It was nice to be in classes with people of all ages, which is something you don't get to experience in high school. It was interesting to hear the perspectives of all kinds of people.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

During my time at SPSCC, I only was able to attend one person class throughout the two years I spent studying there. In my first year, it was understandable for everything to be online due to the pandemic, but my second year has been disappointing. SPSCC has appeared to become a more online college, which is not what I originally signed up for. If you want a true, in-person experience, I wouldn't recommend SPSCC. With that being said, there were choices that were in-person, but only one class I needed/wanted to take was in-person, and it was an elective course that I took because I wanted an in-person class. SPSCC has some great professors, but it's not great at giving that in-person, college experience.

Lilith Chambers