Students, faculty, and guests came together to enjoy a colorful and comedic performance of Gilbert and Sullivan’s British satire, The Mikado.
At PCC’s annual Homecoming, alumni enjoyed their time back on campus, reconnecting with old friends while creating memories with new ones.
Alumni, students, faculty, and staff embarked on a musical journey over land, on the sea, and through space with PCCymphony’s Sounds of Adventure
For the first Fine Arts Series, students and guests enjoyed hearing American classics by the world-renowned Liberty Voices and the Humdingers barbershop quartet.
Collegians held a lively Greek Rush with games, food, face-painting, and a high-energy parade.
PCC students learn more about ministry opportunities through a Children’s Ministries meeting at Campus Church and the Christian Service Expo.
New and returning students alike met their Eagles soccer and Lady Eagles volleyball teams at Eagle Mania 2019!
PCC’s cast and crew did much to prepare for this swashbuckling tale of pirates and treasure.
As the semester closed, many seniors took the final steps of their undergraduate careers.
The graduating class of 2019 commemorated their final semester with a 90s-themed celebration.
The 45th annual Bible Conference gave the PCC family a break from the hubbub of life to refocus on God and His Word.
Irish Tenor Anthony Kearns brought the audience to a standing ovation as he masterfully presented songs the whole audience could love and enjoy.