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- PCC enrolls almost 90,000 full- and part-time students annually, or one in 16 residents.
- More than 44 percent of credit students at PCC are the first in their family to go to college.
- PCC is the most diverse institution of higher education in the state with more than 30 percent students of color.
Career and technical programs
- Over 100 certificates and degrees are offered in more than 80 areas of study.
Certificates and degrees
- More than 5,400 awarded last year
Cost to attend
- Estimated total for one term (full time for resident of Oregon or neighboring state): $1,255
- See Tuition and Fees website for detailed costs
- The PCC district covers 1,500 square miles and 13 school districts including all of Washington County and parts of Multnomah County, Columbia County, Yamhill County and Clackamas County.
- According to a recent survey, eight out of 10 people in the community described PCC as the place to provide students with the skills to compete in today's economy.
- For every dollar appropriated by state and local government, taxpayers will see a cumulative return of $7.10 over the course of the students' working careers.
- PCC students will see their annual income increase, on average, by about $95 per year for every credit completed at PCC.
- In 2015, the PCC Foundation awarded scholarships totaling $1,100,000 to over 1,100 deserving students.
- The PCC Foundation's endowment grew to over $6.63 million for the year ended June 30, 2015.