Posted in May 2022

Mark Mitsui speaking PCC Recognizes 10 years of Future Connect 1
About 3,600 first-gen, low-income students have benefited from coaching, scholarship Posted May 30, 2022
Steven Duggan working with equipment in a microelectronics lab The High-Tech Pathway
Thanks to Intel, prospective students can gain the skills needed to work in the semiconductor industry at PCC Posted May 30, 2022
fourth PCC Places Bond on November Ballot
The PCC Board of Directors have approved the college's request to place a bond measure on the November ballot Posted May 27, 2022
artwork Student Art Exhibit Now Live Online
art galleries are presenting a virtual exhibition -- Zoom Out: PCC Art Student Exhibition 21/22. Posted May 23, 2022
Cutting the ribbon at a ceremony A Cut Above
Local and state leaders celebrate PCC's new advanced manufacturing hub in Columbia County Posted May 23, 2022
Roundtable flyer Mitsui to Take Part in White House Event
The roundtable features a fireside chat with U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona, as well as a panel of community leaders, including Portland Community College President Mark Mitsui Posted May 16, 2022
PJ Golden Reducing Barriers
The student-led ‘Disability Advocates’ are providing leadership for the college’s first-ever ADA Transition Plan Posted May 16, 2022
Ruminate Art Cascade Gallery: Former Inmate Turns to Art
The Paragon Arts Gallery is exhibiting Kirk Charlton’s “My Personal Experience,” reflecting stories of his incarceration Posted May 13, 2022
Corporate style. Blueprint, Sketch. Vector engineering illustration. Cover, flyer College's Facilities Plan Completed
Portland Community College released its first district-wide facilities plan after a multi-year, highly collaborative and inclusive process. The plan, which […] Posted May 12, 2022
Women at a PCC vaccine clinic Achieving Vaccine Equity
PCC and partners contributed more than 7,500 COVID-19 vaccinations to help bridge equity gaps Posted May 9, 2022