SPCS Student Week

SPCS Student Week

Save the Date! March 4-9

SPCS Student Week is a joint project of the SPCS Student Government Association (SGA), SPCS Alumni Association and the staff of the SPCS Marketing & Engagement team. For spring 2024, we’re observing SPCS Student Week March 4-9 as an outreach and engagement effort to connect with, encourage, and motivate students.

Among other activities during the week, classes with in-person meetings during the week will receive a shared snack and swag bag filled with tasty treats and UR SPCS merchandise for sharing.

SPCS sets aside a week each semester to celebrate its students. You are appreciated and respected for the gifts, talents and tenacity you bring to SPCS.

Featured Activities

Commencement award recipients posing in academic regalia (graduation robes and mortarboards)
Nominate Commencement Award Winners
March 5 is the deadline to nominate a graduating student and an adjunct professor for Commencement awards. Every degree-seeking student is eligible to nominate one graduating student and one adjunct professor for each prestigious award.
Three people watching the Richmond Spider basketball game from a high terrace in the Robins Center
SOLD OUT! SPCS Game Night in the Robins Center
On March 6, join us in one of the Robins Center’s corner hospitality suites for SPCS Game Night as the Richmond Spiders take on the St. Joseph’s Hawks! Student tickets cost $10 and include your game ticket, drinks and dinner buffet!

Digital Shout-Outs

Karen Baker headshot

It’s time to give a massive shoutout to all our incredible SPCS students. So, here’s to you — keep hustling, keep grinding, and keep showing the world what you are made of!

Karen Baker
Student Recruitment Coordinator

Mary C. Raymond headshot

Bravo to our amazing students! May today’s success be the beginning of tomorrow’s achievements. We applaud you and wish you the best!

Mary C. Raymond, C’18
Advisor, Student Services

Julia Burke headshot

Happy SPCS Student Week!!!

A shout out to all Graduate Education students for their hard work, persistence, and determination. I applaud your dedication and celebrate each one of you!

Julia Burke
Program Manager, Graduate Education

Daniel Hocutt headshot

Shout out to our SPCS students who continually inspire me! As a working professional who completed my part-time degree, I recognize the challenges that you face. I appreciate your dedication, your tenacity, and your hard work. It’s worth it!

Daniel L. Hocutt, R’92, G’98
Web Manager & Adjunct Professor of Liberal Arts

UR Museums Exhibit during SPCS Student Week