Natural science faculty help students prepare for more specific fields of research and graduate work through a new cell and molecular biology concentration.
Visitors and students are often surprised by the carefully preserved collection of rare Bibles and artifacts in PCC’s Bible Manuscript Room.
Whether jumping into graduate school as a recent alumnus or returning as a seasoned employee, the pursuit of further education encourages professional and personal growth.
This year, computer science students are joined by cybersecurity and info technology students for a larger Software Expo event.
Science faculty member Dr. Aresia Watson challenges students to learn more about both God’s creation and the Creator Himself.
Bible faculty member Josh Thompson finds that his role as pastor of a growing church has strengthened his ministry to PCC and PTS students.
Graduating seniors in the College’s medically focused programs began the networking and job-seeking process at PCC’s first Health Professions Career Fair.
Beginning with structured training and preparation, PCC’s education program produces teachers who make a difference in children’s lives.
After spending thirty years with the Department of Veteran Affairs, Dr. Wesley Robbins has taken his insight and experience to the classroom.
Follow the newly launched PCC Alumni Instagram (@pccalumni) to reminisce, reconnect, and keep up with any alumni news!
Knowing that he is here to stay until God moves him elsewhere, Dr. Michael Colucci serves with purpose and a sense of gratefulness.
Accounting instructor Alex Oliveira helps students both in and out of the classroom prepare for their future careers.