Posted in January 2018

Funding levels have impacted advising and support services at Clackamas CC as well. Community Colleges Need $32M 2
This legislative session, the state’s 17 community colleges will ask the Oregon Legislature to allocate an additional $32 million to the Community College Support Fund (CCSF) to mitigate tuition increases and restore funding for student advising in the second year of the 2017-2019 biennium Posted January 31, 2018
Bech. Experience Winter Music at RC
The concerts are presented in conjunction with the Tuesday evening "Music Appreciation" class and are open to the public Posted January 30, 2018
Kalushi Africa's Close-Up 2
Cascade Festival of African Films welcoming Bassem Yussef and Izu Ojukwu to this year's event Posted January 29, 2018
dream PCC's 'DREAM' Opening 10
It’s been a long time coming; now, the college’s DACA program recipients have a place to call home - the DREAM Center Posted January 26, 2018
luis. Officers Win Heartsaver Awards
The American Heart Association awarded five PCC Public Safety Officers with its Heartsaver Hero Award this month Posted January 25, 2018
Luis Grants Boost Career Readiness
Three critical grants will help fund numerous career pathway projects Posted January 23, 2018
luis. Students Show 10-minute Plays
Six original plays written and directed by PCC students will take center stage this month during one of Portland’s best-known theatre festivals Posted January 22, 2018
Cheryl Strayed Strayed to Star in Vagina Monologues
Portland Community College’s Sylvania Campus Women’s Resource Center is teaming up with Portland-based and Wild author Cheryl Strayed on Feb. 16-1 Posted January 22, 2018
President Mark Mitsui A Bright Future 1
PCC enters 2018 with optimism and hope to contribute to a brighter future for Oregon Posted January 21, 2018
what is this High Schoolers Get PCC Preview
On Friday, Jan. 12, the Rock Creek Campus welcomed 350 high school students to campus for PCC Preview Day. Prospective students […] Posted January 18, 2018