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Newberg Center reopening this summer with bevy of in-person courses

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  • Guess what? PCC is moving back to a more normalized, increasingly in-person environment for staff, faculty and students this summer. The college continues to manage COVID-19 risks with health and safety in mind with a focus on belonging, well being, and equitable student success.

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Portland Community College’s Newberg Center (135 Werth Blvd) is open for summer term enrollment, marking the return of in-person courses at PCC’s Yamhill County facility. The center has continued serving students in remote operations throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Newberg Center will be offering 12 courses this summer, eight of which will be taught onsite beginning the week of June 27. The in-person offerings include for-credit art and literature classes as well as college preparatory and introductory courses in math, writing, and geography.  

“Although Newberg Center continued to offer classes online during the last two years, we also heard from members in the community how much they missed the opportunity to take classes face-to-face,” said Newberg Center Director Lynn Montoya Quinn. “We’ve missed our community too and look forward to reconnecting and welcoming everyone back this summer.” 

Located on the corner of Brutscher Street and Werth Boulevard, the Newberg Center’s doors officially reopen on June 14, two weeks before classes begin.

To enroll and register for classes, visit https://www.pcc.edu/enroll

About Alfredo V. Moreno

Alfredo has served PCC's westside communities in both a community engagement and public relations capacity since September of 2018. Born in the border city of El Paso, Texas, Alfredo grew up in the timber town of Roseburg in Southern Oregon... more »