What is this all about?
Never miss another college news item or important event at PCC. RSS feeds allow you to get the newest website content delivered straight to your computer. By subscribing, you will be notified whenever new information becomes available.
How does it work?
Choose a step below to learn more:
- Step 1: Find a feed
- First you need to find a feed that interests you. While viewing our site, you may notice a little orange RSS icon in your web browser. This is an indication that a feed is available for the page you are on. Below is a list of all available feeds for the Portland Community College website.
- Step 2: Subscribe using a feed reader
- A feed reader (also called a feed aggregator) is a program that the feed will be delivered to. Many web browsers and email applications have readers built in. Others are available online, or as a downloadable application. A comprehensive list of feed reader programs is available.
- After setting up your feed reader, you will need to subscribe to each feed. Copy the address of each feed to the reader. An example of an RSS feed address is:
- Step 3: Start Reading
- Once subscribed, the content from the feed will be delivered automatically. Open your reader often to see the newest information.
What feeds are available?
- News / Events
- This feed features the top news releases from the PCC News site. It contains the items that are posted daily to the homepage under the same heading.
- Learn more about PCC, our students, faculty, and staff through stories and profiles.
- Learn more about PCC, our students, faculty, and staff through video.
- 2009 Legislature Blog
- The purpose of this blog is to provide accurate information about Portland Community College's lobbying effort during the 2009 legislature. Dana Haynes, spokesman for PCC, joined the college in June 2007 after 20 years spent in Oregon newspaper newsrooms.