If you’re looking for a program that allows you to explore the mysteries of living organisms and understand their evolution, then you’ve come to the right place. Our student-oriented faculty help students identify, clarify, and achieve their dreams of being biologists, doctors, physician assistants, game wardens, nurses, pharmacists, and teachers. The Biology department offers courses that fulfill requirements for a variety of programs that will transfer to the university of your choice. Upon completion of your course of study, you will earn the Associate of Science degree, and be well-prepared to succeed as you transfer to a four-year institution to complete a bachelor's degree in the field of biology.
What's happening in Biology @ SPC:
Come study at the Helen DeVitt Jones Student Learning Center:
The center offers spacious common areas or private study rooms. Students can print course materials and make copies within the printing station located in Room 99. In addition, students can check out anatomy models to study within the learning center. See the main circulation desk for more information. Be sure to stop by the coffee bar for delicious snacks and energizing coffee!
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Hours of Operation:
Monday-Thursday: 7:45 am - 9:00 pm
Friday: 7:45 am – 4:00 pm
South Plains College Biology Professors Kristin Bingham and David Etheredge have a very open and honest conversation about how to be the best student you can and what you can do to develop good study habits. They give lots of tips and solid advice for doing well in college level biology courses and beyond. Take some time to watch this video if:
- You're not sure what to do to be successful in this course
- You don't know how to even start taking or using your notes
- You want to figure out the best way to prepare for exams
Are you interested in Biology at South Plains College? Fill out our form below and a program advisor will contact you.