Southeast Campus

Southeast. Governor's Budget: What it Means to PCC
Gov. Kate Brown’s recommended base budget of $543 million paints a grim picture for PCC, state’s community colleges Posted December 4, 2018
Black and white photo of student looking at x-rays In PCC’s DNA 2
The college's history is built on serving the career-technical training needs of Oregon Posted November 26, 2018
Flyer with donation information Parking Fine Forgiveness for Food Donations 3
Are you a student with outstanding parking fines? If so, you can earn late fee-forgiveness by donating food to PCC’s […] Posted November 7, 2018
Peter Gramlich Worldly Instruction
Four instructors have earned competitive grants to give their classes an international boost Posted November 5, 2018
Amy Bader. College Welcomes New 'Communicators'
PCC has brought on new communicators in key roles across the college Posted October 23, 2018
Poppie holding non-perishable food Food for Thought 7
The college is coming up with new ways to help hungry students succeed at school Posted October 22, 2018
Food drive to benefit 'Panther Pantries' 2
National Student Day has been traditionally celebrated on the second Thursday of October, but at Portland Community College, its campus-based […] Posted October 12, 2018
Bicycles Win Big By Taking Commuter Survey
By completing a simple survey, you can help PCC's sustainability efforts – and possibly win big, too! Posted October 12, 2018
Panther at bus stop. TriMet Offering Reduced Fares
TriMet is coming to Portland Community College to sign up students who qualify for new HOP low-income fares Posted September 27, 2018
Mark Mitsui Looking Ahead
President Mark Mitsui is excited for the new academic year and how the college is supporting students Posted September 24, 2018