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PCC's nonprofit charitable arm aims to raise $10-12 million in coming years to support academic programs at the college.
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In a statement to the campus community, PCC Superintendent-President Rajen Vurdien highlighted the campus' commitment to marginalized communities.
More than 100 students make up the initial class of the PCC Promise, which grants one year of tuition-free college to eligible students.
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Rajen Vurdien, PCC's 15th president, announced his retirement effective June 30, 2018.
PCC's pop-up Welcome Center in Harbeson Hall is a one-stop-shop to start college right.
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The program, designed to assist African American students with the transition to college, launched its latest incarnation July 10.
Ryan Liu, who transferred in 2015 from PCC to Yale University, wrote an article for Forbes Magazine on the role that PCC has played in his education.
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On Friday, June 16, 2017 an estimated 900 students crossed the stage at Robinson Stadium to celebrate their completion of their degree or certificate programs.
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