Mechanical engineering students learn what it takes to build a working electric vehicle before going head-to-head in an annual competition.
This year, computer science students are joined by cybersecurity and info technology students for a larger Software Expo event.
Nearing the end of their college career, seniors practice and prepare to showcase their talents.
Each semester, a group of young men experience a class that continually prepares them for ministry.
Several visual arts students were honored for their creative works during this year’s virtual ADDY Awards Gala.
Tiny tales took to the stage during a production put on by students, for students.
Beginning with structured training and preparation, PCC’s education program produces teachers who make a difference in children’s lives.
Graduates in biology and pre-medicine are using their talents and discipline to further scientific progress, treat others, and share God’s Word through their work.
Alumni in history and political science are using their positions to stand for truth and excellence using biblical principles.
Grad students focused their attention on sharpening their skills both online and in person through several weeks of summer classes.
College graduates are entering ministries that are increasing their use of digital media to further their outreach.
Students can earn college credit from home with PCC’s Online Dual Enrollment.