PCC was one of ten finalists recognized in the Instructional Programs and Services category for the “Pathways to Completion” program. The honor recognizes achievement in community college program administration in three fields – workforce development, instructional programs and services, and planning governance and finance.
Students at Pasadena City College save more money on textbooks than students at any other college or university in the United States. This announcement was made by Rice University-based publisher OpenStax, as it listed the top 10 schools that have served the most students with the adoption of its free college textbooks in the 2017-18 school year.
Superintendent/President Erika Endrijonas's first day was Jan. 22, and she hit the ground running. In this interview, she opens up on her vision for the college, her attraction to coming to PCC, and her thoughts on higher education in California.
For the 3rd year in a row, Pasadena City College will be recognized as a Champion of Higher Education for Excellence in Transfer for their success at enrolling and graduating Associate Degree for Transfer earners.
In a recent story by the Military Times, PCC Alumni and Marine Veteran, Nathan Kemnitz, shares how PCC's Boots to Books program helped him overcome the struggles he faced leaving military life and ultimately find academic success.