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Browse below to read about exciting events, learn what alumni are up to now, and see what PCC’s future holds.
Forums and seminars allow students at PCC to gain insight from presentations by professionals in their field of study.
Irish Tenor Anthony Kearns brought the audience to a standing ovation as he masterfully presented songs the whole audience could love and enjoy.
As students begin a new semester, many use academic support resources offered by the College.
Just two years after graduating, PCC alumna Bradlee Roberts is serving as a graphic designer for the National Bible Bee.
Set to take the stage for a third time at PCC, world-renowned Irish Tenor Anthony Kearns will bring a performance of musical proportions.
How one computer science grad went from programming to providing leadership within Verizon to starting his own company.
Students are settling in for a new semester as they discover what God has for their lives.
From illustrating to teaching, Brian Jekel dedicates himself to giving his all for the work of Christ.
As the world becomes more reliant on digital security, PCC students will begin to train as defenders of computer networks and digital infrastructure.
Mrs. Connie McBride went home to be with the Lord on Friday, January 18, 2019. The PCC family will greatly miss her, and our prayers continue for her husband, Denis, and their children Joshua and Jarrod and their families.
As a trainer for Guide Dogs for the Blind, advertising/public relations grad Rachel Chamness helps clients gain independence.
As an English teacher, Dr. Elizabeth Vinaja strives to help students effectively understand and apply the gift of language in their professional careers.
As a teacher, education grad Ashley Araujo changes the lives of children at Hope Children's Home.
Dr. Carlos Alvarez has been teaching at PCC for the last 20 years, influencing the next generation of chemists, doctors, nurses, and teachers.
Mechanical engineering grad Zachary Underwood tests hybrid batteries for functionality and safety at Ford Motor Company.
As alumna Bethany Thompson followed God daily, her future as both a missionary and educator in Brazil became apparent.
PCC's enrollment advisors are available to answer questions about college and help students prepare for the future.
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