The Spanish Club is a social and service-oriented organization with the two-fold purpose of expanding awareness and appreciation for Spanish culture on campus and supporting the local Hispanic community. In conjunction with the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society, Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish Club members host cultural functions on campus and volunteer their time as tutors and translators throughout Laurens County. Recent campus activities have included a trip, co-sponsored with the History Department, to the Spartanburg International Festival, dinner at a Colombian restaurant in Greenville, several Spanish Dance Nights at a local Mexican restaurant, cuisine and movie nights in collaboration with the Carol International House, a collection drive for school supplies for a local community center that assists Latino students, and participation in the Special Olympics on the PC campus.

Dr. Sharon Knight is the faculty mentor for the Spanish Club.

Spanish club member showing off her decorated cookie at the fall festival
A student decorates her cookie
PC volunteer helps students to decorate cookies
Student and a young girl looking at the templates of cookies design
two students decorating cookies at the fall festival
PC students and children sitting at one table and decorating cookies together
A student with a "First generation" T-shirt decorating a cookie
Group of students decorating cookies at the fall festival
Desk with displayed cookies decorating ingredients