Looking toward the future, PCC is pleased to announce plans to help students for the coming school year!
Although the student body is separated by distance, the Summit Yearbook marks a year for them to remember together.
After PCC transitioned to online learning, students have found what works for them as they continue classes from home.
After most students have returned home for the semester, those remaining have adjusted to a quieter campus and new work schedules while steadily continuing classes online.
After a productive winter break, students returned to campus to begin the spring semester.
Students are enjoying a break from the hustle and bustle of classes this Christmas break.
Every semester, collegian presidents initiate changes to enhance the student experience and discuss new events in Panhellenic Council.
Every year, each of PCC’s 48 collegians competes in a variety of sporting events, from arm wrestling to softball.
Veteran Spirit Singers share about their part in one of PCC’s well-loved choirs.
Reaching the midway point of the semester, new students are confidently adjusting to college life.
Students, new and returning, came together for Opening Meetings to commemorate the start of the 2019-2020 school year.
While students were away this summer, PCC saw many improvement and renovation projects completed on campus.