“Twenty years have passed since the tragic events of 9/11, but we should never forget the thousands of victims who lost their lives that day.” — Tania Young (Biology ’07, M.S. ’10)
Inspired by the police officers that rescued her, Ashleigh Howard pursued a criminal justice degree, leading her to rewarding work defending the U.S.
Alumni in history and political science are using their positions to stand for truth and excellence using biblical principles.
Pre-law graduate Patrick Callahan has enjoyed making a difference for the American people and in the lives of his clients.
PCC honored students during a Nurses’ Virtual Pinning and Lamp Lighting as well as Virtual Graduation.
Although the student body is separated by distance, the Summit Yearbook marks a year for them to remember together.
This winter, PCC transported high school students to Pensacola, Florida, to give them an up-close and personal college experience.
As a headmaster and a missionary in the Philippines, education grad Dr. Ruth Tulabot uses her training to serve and direct others to God.
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.
As the youngest district attorney in North Carolina, Jason Ramey gives glory to God for his success as he strives to uphold the laws of North Carolina.
After teaching for 23 years in Christian education, Melissa Newport was humbly surprised to receive an invitation from the U.S. Department of Education to meet with Secretary DeVos.
How one pre-law graduate uses her training to help protect those who are hurting.