Computer Applications and Web Technologies

Program closure

The Computer Applications and Web Technologies (CAWT) program will be closing after the 2020-2021 academic year. While many of the CAWT classes will continue to be offered until Spring 2021, students can no longer declare one of the CAWT Certificates or Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degrees as their major. Current CAWT students, who are working towards completion of their CAWT Certificate or AAS Degree, should email their CAWT advisor or for advising assistance.

Campus Resources

CAS students in classroom

The Computer Applications and Web Technologies department invites you to take advantage of the resources provided for our students:


All students are encouraged to meet with a faculty advisor from time to time in order to make and/or update their academic plan. It is important that students keep in touch with an advisor in order to stay up-to-date and on track towards their goals. Contact your CAS/OS campus office or a Student Resource Specialist (see below) to make an appointment.

Computer Labs

Computer Resource Centers (CRCs) are located at each campus and the SE Campus. Students must complete a short online orientation in order to use the lab and upon completion, a username and I.D. will be assigned. Labs are equipped with up-to-date computers and software so that you may do your homework at school.

Sylvania students may also use the CAS/OS lab in SS 202. (Check the schedule posted in your classroom for open lab times.)

Computer Tutoring

PCC is partnering with the Western eTutoring Consortium to provide free online professional tutoring to all for-credit PCC students. Subjects include Microsoft Office and some web development skills, such as HTML and CSS.

Many of the PCC campuses offer on-campus tutoring in Microsoft Office and the beginning Web Development classes. Visit the tutoring page and click on the various campus locations to the right of the page to see what is offered.

Student Resource Specialists and Advisors

The Computer Technologies Division offers students a personal resource to assist in making their time at PCC a positive, productive experience. Our Student Resource Specialists are available to assist you to plan your coursework, evaluate transcripts and find the resources you need. From scholarship searches to day-care options, to assistance in working with instructors, there are resources available to PCC students. Contact Darcy Demers at Cascade, Michele Maxwell at Sylvania, or Suzanne Najafdari at Rock Creek.