While students are busy on campus taking a class or working during Interterm, PCC faculty are gearing up for a new semester of classes.
PCC’s sport management program brings sports and business together to provide leadership opportunities.
In SP 308, students cast and produce a successful dramatic production that entertains theatre-loving audiences of PCC.
Students and faculty joined Dr. John Reese and Nathan Goodson in the Lyceum for “Fingerprints of Persia,” a presentation that coincided with the 25th anniversary of PCC’s History Seminar.
Ministerial students connect and learn from pastors, teachers, and faithful Christian leaders in a unique classroom setting.
Rigorous academics and opportunities to apply knowledge prepare students for an exciting field.
PCC is proud to announce a new online learning experience.
The Visual Arts program enables students to take their artistic passions and create a rewarding career.
As the class of 2019 prepares to enter their respective fields, Professional Writing seniors cap off their college years with a portfolio project.
In the 30th edition of Fountains annual student publication, readers can “dive deeper” into this year’s collection of captivating stories and poems.
Computer science students proved they’re ready to create programs and apps in a crowded field such as software development.
Engineering students take up the challenge in a contest between minds and machines.