For the last 25 years, Mark Goetsch has used his time and positions at PCC to point his students and players toward God.
For finance instructor Nick Iwanowycz, life experience propels his classroom instruction.
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.
Ministerial students connect and learn from pastors, teachers, and faithful Christian leaders in a unique classroom setting.
Faculty member Mark Wainwright challenges writing students to positively influence others through the power of writing.
Since coming to PCC in 1979, Dr. Charlene Monk has filled the roles of teacher, actor, and director.
The Visual Arts program enables students to take their artistic passions and create a rewarding career.
In the 30th edition of Fountains annual student publication, readers can “dive deeper” into this year’s collection of captivating stories and poems.
Forums and seminars allow students at PCC to gain insight from presentations by professionals in their field of study.
As students begin a new semester, many use academic support resources offered by the College.
From illustrating to teaching, Brian Jekel dedicates himself to giving his all for the work of Christ.
As an English teacher, Dr. Elizabeth Vinaja strives to help students effectively understand and apply the gift of language in their professional careers.