Rock Creek Campus
sq. ft. solar array
Art is an integral part of the texture of Rock Creek, from large exterior sculptures to a permanent collection that includes the work of noted Northwest artists.
The Helzer Art Gallery is an educational showcase committed to exhibiting work of high artistic quality.
The farm has almost 30 sheep, two dozen cows, five alpacas, three rabbits, two goats, a horse, some chickens, and a group of dogs and cats at a next door kennel.
The learning garden supplies the cafeteria with fresh vegetables.
Rock Creek campus houses the largest solar array in the state.
The Rock Creek Campus is about 12 miles west of downtown Portland in the growing Beaverton-Hillsboro area. Rock Creek classes frequently use the neighboring farm and wetland areas as outdoor learning labs. The campus houses the Tualatin Hills Parks and Recreation’s sports complex, and is also home to a fully functioning farm with sheep, rabbits, llamas and cows. Rock Creek served 25,933 students in the 2012-2013 academic year, and is led by Rock Creek Campus President Dr. Sandra Fowler-Hill.
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PCC offers various parking options to meet your needs.
PCC provides free shuttle service between our campuses.
Portland's public transit provides three bus lines to Rock Creek. Next arrivals:
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