The Sustainability Focus award recognizes students who have completed a broad range of sustainability related courses. The award is designed to encourage students to learn to see environmental issues from multiple perspectives and to increase their experience in this multi-disciplinary topic. The earning of this focus award can demonstrate to potential employers and transfer colleges that the student has a deep and broad understanding of sustainability issues.
Focus Awards are not to be confused with degrees or certificates, are not officially recognized by the state, and do not appear on transcripts. See the catalog for more information.
The Sustainability Practices for Academics and Resources (SPARC) Council would like to congratulate the following students on receiving the PCC Sustainability Focus Award for the 2016-2017 school year:
- Kathryn DeWilde
- Regina Gooding
- Dylan Gregory
- Alyssa Heminger
- Kalie Kirchner
- Anna Morozova
- Stephanie Osmon
- Rae Pierce
- Christine Reis
- Gregory Schroeder
By earning this Focus Award, these students demonstrate a deep and broad understanding of the interdependent social, economic and environmental pillars of sustainability from multiple perspectives and at least three different academic disciplines. Please join us in congratulating them on their achievement!
- Complete the steps for new students
- The admissions form will ask you what you plan to study. Since we don't offer a degree or certificate in this subject, you should choose Associate of Arts - Oregon Transfer (AAOT) for now.
- Plan how you'll pay for college
- Plan your transfer
- Apply for the Sustainability Focus Award once you've completed the requirements