Portland Community College | Portland, Oregon


The mission of Associated Students of Portland Community College, Sylvania Campus is to improve the lives of students, staff, faculty and our general community. We aim to do this by establishing goals for ASPCC Sylvania in the areas of governance and programs by empowering and promoting student interest and involvement. Along with these goals, we also monitor budget requests and approve ASPCC Sylvania expenditures including the Student Activity Fee.

Help us help you!

Everyone is free to send suggestions, concerns and ideas for making student life better. If you have any, call us at 971-722-4361 or drop by our office at CC101. We encourage students to visit the office to learn how they can be more engaged on their campus.

Thanks for stopping by our website, and be sure to check out all of our upcoming events and programs that we are working on.

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Bring your passion to the Capitol! Have you ever wanted to work for the government? Here is your chance to see what it is like and gain college credits while you're there.


We are now accepting applications for the Legislative Internship program.

Applications are now due November 29th!


For more information and to apply visit: www.pcc.edu/legintern

Legislative internship flyer
Phi Theta Kappa scholarship opportunity

It is that time of year! The Phi Theta Kappa scholarship opportunities are open and ready for everyone to apply. Don't miss out on over $41 million dollars in scholarships available.


This is open to all students, not just PTK members.


Apply today! Visit www.ptk.org//scholarships for more information.


Got Spring Break plans? Why not attend one of the opportunities available to students.


  • January 3-7th, 2017: Thirsting for Reform - Exploring the Realities of Immigration Policies and Politics (Application has closed!)
  • March 23-29, 2017: Speaking Truth to Power - Voicing Student Issues to Our Elected Officials (Application due December 2nd!)
  • March 26-31, 2017: Collapse of a People - Desconstructing the Demise of Detroit and the Struggle to Regain its Dignity (Application due December 2nd!)


For more information and to apply visit: http://www.pcc.edu/resources/aspcc/alternative-breaks.html

alternative spring break information



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