A new partnership with hotel operator Singpoli Group gave 14 students the skills to run a boutique hotel.
Pasadena City College is refocusing its tuition-free program known as the PCC Promise in 2018.
The college's 2016-17 annual report to the community has been released.
The college has named Salvatrice Cummo as executive director of economic workforce and development, PCC's liaison to the business community.
Beginning Wednesday, October 25. Black Minds Matter is a free public course designed to raise the national consciousness about issues facing Black boys and men in education. The course will intentionally draw linkages between the pervasive undervaluing and criminalization of Black boys and men in society and how those same patterns are evident in school, college, and university settings.
On Oct. 19, PCC will join schools and civic organizations around the state in the Great ShakeOut 2017 earthquake drill.
PCC's nonprofit charitable arm aims to raise $10-12 million in coming years to support academic programs at the college.
In a statement to the campus community, PCC Superintendent-President Rajen Vurdien highlighted the campus' commitment to marginalized communities.
7 pm in Westerbeck Recital Hall, reception to follow in Boone at 9 pm
10 am to 1 pm in the Quad. Representatives from over 100 schools will be at PCC to
Thursday March 22, at 7:00 p.m. in Westerbeck Recital Hall with an intimate conversation
and showing of the new documentary "Sighted Eyes/Healing Hear"
Last Day for Students to Elect PASS/NO PASS for 16-week classes; for all others, refer
to online schedule of classes. Must be done in person at Admissions Counter (Located
April 12 - April 20
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