The CCC works closely with faculty to discuss ways of improving classroom learning through offering hands-on experience opportunities for diverse student populations. Interested faculty members should contact Jordon Orozco at email@example.com .
Student Club Funding
Official PCC registered student clubs may apply for programmatic funding through the Cross Cultural Center!
On-campus workshops are available for students, faculty and staff regarding issues of social justice, equity, diversity, and conflict resolution. The coordinator is also available to present or facilitate experiential activities to student groups and classes.
Title IX Resources
Pasadena City College is committed to providing an inclusive and supportive learning and working environment for all LGBTQIA+ members of our community, and has a variety of supports available. Further, the U.S. Department of Education has affirmed that Title IX’s protections against sex discrimination includes protections for individuals against discrimination based on their gender identity or sexual orientation. Both the U.S. Department of Justice and the Department of Education have stated that transgender students must be treated in accordance with the student’s gender identity for all purposes. In addition to Title IX, Title VII, as well as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission provide protections to LGBTQIA+ students and employees. For more information, visit the Title IX website.
LGBTQ+ and Undocumented Resources
The Cross Cultural Center partners with the QUEST Center here on campus to bring resources and support to our LGBTQ+ and Undocumented students. For more information, visit QUEST Center website
Black Student Resources
The Black Student Success Center offers programatic and academic support to our African-American and Black student population. For more information, contact the Black Student Success Center's website