Before the switch to online classes after Thanksgiving, the student body enjoyed the women’s and men’s collegian soccer championships along with Harvest Fest.
Throughout the fall semester, on-campus concerts captivated audiences with live musical performances.
The adapted Greek Rush and Christian Service Expo offered fun, safe experiences while encouraging new students to get involved with on-campus groups and ministries.
PCC honored students during a Nurses’ Virtual Pinning and Lamp Lighting as well as Virtual Graduation.
In light of the transition online, PCC surprised the senior class by inviting them to enjoy their class party early.
Over 150 organizations attended PCC’s Educator Recruitment and Career Fair, looking for PCC grads and students to fill open positions and internships.
Students took time away from classes to focus on God’s Word during Bible Conference.
This winter, PCC transported high school students to Pensacola, Florida, to give them an up-close and personal college experience.
Audiences witnessed God’s grace in the Shining Light Player’s dramatic retelling of Corrie ten Boom’s The Hiding Place.
The College Choir, PCCymphony, and Dr. Timothy Willingham present Sing Christmas! at Campus Church.
The Vikings and Cobras kept their fans on the edge of their seats until the final kick of the 2019 Turkey Bowl.
After months of preparation, the Christmas Lights Celebration shared “The Sounds of Christmas” with campus and beyond.