Associated Students of Portland Community College (ASPCC)

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We are the students of Portland Community College. Each campus has its own ASPCC organization with different activities, events and clubs. As a PCC student you may participate in any and all that each group has to offer. There are many paid student leadership positions and always room for volunteers. Get involved, build your resume and have fun! Check out your campuses student leadership program on the right sidebar!

Tim Wise

Portrait of Tim Wise: PCC Cascade welcomes the critically acclaimed author and activist Time Wise

PCC Cascade Campus, ASPCC and the Multicultural Awareness Council are proud to welcome critically-acclaimed author and activist Tim Wise to campus for two talks on Thursday, January 29, 2015.

Ferguson and Beyond: Racism, White Denial and Criminal Justice
  • Afternoon session: 1pm on January 29, 2015
    • In-person: Cascade Campus, MAHB 104 (overflow: TH 122)
    • ASPCC-hosted live stream:
        • Sylvania Campus, CC Oak/Fir/Elm room in the cafeteria
        • Rock Creek Campus, Bldg. 3, Student Center
        • Southeast Campus, Mount Tabor Hall TLC
    • Live stream
  • Evening session: 6pm on January 29, 2015

Viewing live streams is best supported in Internet Explorer or Safari browsers. There are known issues using Google Chrome.

Admission is free to all but seating is limited. Seating is open and doors at Cascade Campus open 15 minutes prior to each talk. ASL interpretation is available upon advance request. Parking is limited and permits are required at all campuses.

Student Engagement Opportunities by Campus

We Support A Hate Free PCC

What is a Hate Crime?

A hate crime must meet two criteria: a crime must happen, such as physical assault, arson or vandalism, and the crime must be motivated by bias.

What is a Bias Incident?

A bias incident is conduct, speech or expression that is motivated by bias or prejudice but doesn't involve a criminal act. Bias incidents do, however, violate campus codes and policies.

Report hate crimes and incidents to PCC Public Safety online or by calling 971-722-4902.