Sample of college logo from the 1960's
- Because the college included students from many areas outside the Portland school district, the school board appointed an advisory council to supervise the college and to give representation to areas beyond the district. As the advisory council and the school board developed programs and plans for the rapidly growing college, it became evident that the college needed to be a separate governmental unit with its own elected board.
Sample of college logo from the 1970's
- The name was changed to the Portland Community College District.
Sample of college logo from 1980-1985
- Voters again increase tax base for the college as enrollment begins to surge.
- Enrollment growth of 25 percent since 1986 led voters to approve a $61.4 million bond measure to expand facilities at all campuses and repair and upgrade existing buildings.
Sample of college logo from 1985-1994
- New facilities at Cascade and Rock Creek campuses are completed, as well as workforce training centers in central Portland and Beaverton.
- PCC opened another workforce training center in Northeast Portland.
Sample of college logo from 1994-2000
- Construction from the 2000 bond measure begins as Sylvania's dining room is renovated and architecture plans are set for all three campuses, including the Southeast Center.
- Hillsboro Center opens. Groundbreaking for a new Southeast Center, with plans to open at the new location in winter of 2003.
Sample of college logo, current version
- Dr. Preston Pulliams is named the fifth president of PCC. Five new buildings opened to students in the fall at Cascade, Sylvania and Rock Creek campuses.
- In October, PCC dedicated the $7.5 million Daniel F. Moriarty Arts and Humanities Building at the Cascade Campus.
- Voters approve PCC's $374 million bond measure to address workforce shortages in industry, update equipment and technology, and expand classroom space.