PCC accreditation report moves closer to approval

By Emeline Beltran September 12, 2016 0

PCC President Dr. Rajen Vurdien presented updates to PCC’s accreditation report status at the Board of Trustees meeting last Wednesday. The revised report has been approved by a series of several governance groups in the…

The Board of Trustees has adopted a new tentative budget for the 2016-2017 academic year, and although the over $159 million in appropriations is in line with last year’s historically high budget, the details may…

Metro dumps ITAP for U-PASS

By John Orona June 2, 2016 1

PCC’s popular Institutional Transit Access Pass (ITAP) program, which allowed students access to all Metro services throughout the semester for a one-time $30 fee, has expired May 31. (more…)

Welding students win gold at state

By Lilith Garcia April 29, 2016 0

Recently, PCC welding students competed for state at the SkillsUSA competition and won gold in the welding sculpture category while also winning a bronze medal in the welding fabrication team category and silver in SMAW…

Legacy of Courier adviser lives on

By Monique LeBleu April 27, 2016 2

Dr. Dorothy Janice Kolts, an English professor and adviser to the Courier newspaper for nearly 20 years, died on April 13 in Altadena. She would have been 91 years old in May. (more…)