Temporary Change to Quest Center Services
During PCC's period of closed campus access, the QUEST Center will continue to provide services online/remotely. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 626-585-3295 and leave a voicemail so that we may schedule a zoom meeting. The QUEST center provides an array of support services and resources:
Access for Undocumented and LGBTQ+ Students
Public Charge Inquiry
AB 540 Form Assistance
California Dream Act Application Assistance
Rapid Response Emergency Aid Referral
Resource Referrals: Housing, Food Pantry, and more!
Name Change Resources
PCC Preferred Name Change Requests
Legal Name Change Referrals
Free Immigration Legal Services
Application for Citizenship
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The mission of the QUEST (Queer and Undocumented Empowerment Support to Thrive) Center at Pasadena City College is to create an inclusive space for LGBTQ+ and Undocumented students, staff, and faculty. We are dedicated to empowering students through their journey of academic success, fulfillment, and growth.
We offer a range of resource, services, and individualized support tailored to one’s specific needs and aspirations. We welcome you to stop by the center, meet our QUEST team, learn about our services, attend a workshop, or simply hang out in our lounge area. Please check out the resources and services listed on our page and if you do not find what you are looking for, please reach out anyway.
Resources and Services
- Educational Plan Counseling
- Immigration Legal Services
- AB 540 Forms
- California Dream Act Application
- Rapid Response Emergency Aid
- Zero Textbook Cost Program
- Scholarship Lists
- Application Assistance
- Preferred Name Change Requests
- Personal Counseling
- Student Health Center
- Dental Hygiene Clinic
Campus Allies: Staff and Faculty
The QUEST Center represents the long-standing work and advocacy of the Safe Zone Coalition, Safe Learning Environment Ad-Hoc Committee, and countless faculty, staff, and manager allies past and present at Pasadena City College who advocated for this space.