Posted in June 2023

Nursing student happy Completion Ceremonies Highlight Workforce Needs
Program graduations like maritime welding and nursing are a time of celebration and accomplishment, but also marks the grads' entry into the workforce Posted June 26, 2023
Thea Prieto Thea Prieto is Guest Author at Readercon
PCC creative writing and composition instructor Thea Prieto's "From the Caves" is quickly gaining recognition and accolades Posted June 21, 2023
Back in Blue: Commencement Returns!
After four years of virtual or campus-only events, graduates once again donned the traditional navy blue gowns for the 2023 commencement Posted June 20, 2023
Rainbow Grads! PCC Leaders, Staff Celebrate Rainbow Grads
With Poison Waters in the crowd, leadership, students and well-wishers once again convened in person at the Southeast Campus to celebrate the college's LGBTQ2S+ students with an awards ceremony Posted June 18, 2023
happy NAYA Tours College's Manufacturing Hub
Two dozen youth toured PCC's advanced manufacturing center in Columbia County as part of the college's effort to reach out to underserved populations Posted June 14, 2023
Payal Roy contributes to transforming the college’s learning culture toward creating a sense of belonging and well-being for students and the community. Faculty Leads International Yoga Day at PCC
International Yoga Day returns to the Rock Creek Campus from 8-9:30 a.m., Wednesday, June 21, in the Building 5 gymnasium. Everyone welcome Posted June 14, 2023
Commencement Returns to In-Person Format
For the first time since 2019, the college is hosting graduation in person on Friday, June 16, at the Memorial Coliseum Posted June 6, 2023
sawing Building A Sustainable Skillset
The construction industry needs workers and PCC has the only program of its kind in the area that offers building construction, design/build remodeling and construction management degrees Posted June 2, 2023