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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.
Every semester, collegian presidents initiate changes to enhance the student experience and discuss new events in Panhellenic Council.
Every year, each of PCC's 48 collegians competes in a variety of sporting events, from arm wrestling to softball.
PCC students turned their hearts toward the cause of missions during the Campus Church Missions Conference.
At PCC's annual Homecoming, alumni enjoyed their time back on campus, reconnecting with old friends while creating memories with new ones.
Alumni, students, faculty, and staff embarked on a musical journey over land, on the sea, and through space with PCCymphony's Sounds of Adventure
After years traveling stateside in evangelism, Adrian and Tabitha Burden expanded their ministry to include international outreach.
Eagles fans enjoyed a blacklight event that showcased the Eagles and Lady Eagles basketball teams.
For finance instructor Nick Iwanowycz, life experience propels his classroom instruction.
As a headmaster and a missionary in the Philippines, education grad Dr. Ruth Tulabot uses her training to serve and direct others to God.
After a 17-year career at Ford Motor Company, Shane Elwart now pioneers in the autonomous driving systems field with American HAVAL Motor Technology.
Evangelist Valentino Ciccarelli learned that the work and preparation in a ministry is just as important as the preaching.
While having graduated from PCC with two Bible degrees, Jonathan Stormer is reaching wounded servicemen for Christ as a resident physician in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Photographer and graphic designer Christina Pasiewicz shares what it's like to be a small business owner.
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