PCC’s Student Services department held their first coronavirus town hall on May 6. During this informational panel, the department discussed its efforts to assist students during the COVID-19 pandemic and the closure of campus. A focal point of the meeting was the distribution of funds that the college has received from the Coronavirus Aid, Response, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. According to Cynthia Olivo, vice president of Student Services, 5,500 students have currently been awarded funds. The disbursement of CARES Act funding to PCC students …
First salvo in war of surveys released
The Academic Senate presented the results of their Town Hall Survey to a room full of faculty, staff and students with representatives of the administration noticeably absent April 17.
Senate proceeds with survey despite administration objections
The Academic Senate approved a campus survey to guide the spring town hall meeting at its February 24 meeting despite objections from the administration.
Board rejects invitation to Senate town hall
The Board of Trustees declined to attend an Academic Senate-run Town Hall in a letter sent out to the entire campus, arguing that the meeting is redundant.
Senate forms town hall committee
The Academic Senate unanimously voted this week to create a new Ad Hoc Town Hall Committee that will hold town halls as a way to facilitate communication on campus.
Associated Students answer questions on new calendar
The Associated Students held a Q&A last Thursday in the Creveling Lounge regarding the new three semester calendar and other academic issues.
Town Hall sheds light on calendar issues
Students and faculty alike raised questions and concerns about the new three-semester calendar to intently listening officials at a town hall forum sponsored by the Academic Senate on Tuesday.