Updated January 21, 2021.
COVID-19 and its impact on Oregon prompted a series of fast-paced responses that continue to alter our day-to-day lives. On March 20, 2020, PCC moved to remote operations for the launch of the Spring Term, and the college continues to adhere to Governor Kate Brown’s executive orders related to coronavirus to ensure the safety and health of those we serve.
Please remember to visit this website frequently, for the latest news, and for faculty, staff and students – please check your PCC email regularly for updates.
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PCC stands with all affected communities
In some cities around the world and locally in Oregon, there has been a xenophobic reaction to COVID-19, directly associating the virus with community members who are perceived to come from China or regions near Asia. PCC stands with members from all affected communities, and students of all races, ethnicities, and backgrounds. There is no single profile for those who have been exposed to COVID-19.
Xenophobia has no place in our community. Discrimination or bullying of any kind is not in line with PCC values and will not be condoned or tolerated. A community member who experiences discrimination in any form is encouraged to report the incident immediately to the College for the appropriate team members for follow-up, harm mitigation, and resource referral.
If you suspect you may have COVID-19
If you have been to a PCC campus or center and believe you may have COVID-19, please notify the COVID-19 Reporting Team at 971-722-1919 or email@example.com.