Graduates make their way from the gymnasium for their traditional walk to the athletic fields to begin commencement exercises at South Puget Sound Community College in 2015. A study released Thursday stated that the college had a $316.1 million impact on Thurston County between July 2014 and June 2015.
Graduates make their way from the gymnasium for their traditional walk to the athletic fields to begin commencement exercises at South Puget Sound Community College in 2015. A study released Thursday stated that the college had a $316.1 million impact on Thurston County between July 2014 and June 2015. Steve Bloom Staff photographer
Graduates make their way from the gymnasium for their traditional walk to the athletic fields to begin commencement exercises at South Puget Sound Community College in 2015. A study released Thursday stated that the college had a $316.1 million impact on Thurston County between July 2014 and June 2015. Steve Bloom Staff photographer

SPSCC generates $316.1 million for regional economy, study says

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