Portland Community College | Portland, Oregon

Groovy Dance_DIO in Portland Wheelchair Dancers to Entertain
The Portland waterfront has welcomed millions of people over the years, but the event scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 20 is the first of its kind and a Portland Community College instructor is hoping it will change the way Portlanders view a specific community Posted July 29, 2016
IMG_0921 Connecting Youth to STEM
More than 100 middle school students visited the Sylvania Campus on Wednesday, July 19 for the “Your Future Begins Today!” […] Posted July 26, 2016
Mark Mitsui selected to be college's seventh president PCC Taps New President
Mark Mitsui has been chosen by the board to become college's next leader Posted July 22, 2016
PAC7 New, Improved PAC on the Way
For the first time since 1994, the Sylvania Campus' Performing Arts Center is undergoing a facelift Posted July 15, 2016
IMG_2486 Three PCCers Place at Nationals
Three second-year Russian language students from the Sylvania Campus were honored by the American Council of Teachers of Russian for essays they wrote as part of the 17th annual National Post-Secondary Russian Essay Contest Posted July 14, 2016
$1.1 Million for Juvenile Justice 1
One hundred female youth offenders at Oak Creek Youth Correctional Facility in Albany will get career-technical education and student support Posted July 13, 2016
LeePoster Students Win Geospatial Comp 2
Kyung Lee and Michael Holscher finished in first and second place at the 2016 Undergraduate Geospatial Technology Skills Competition Posted July 12, 2016
Students learn about edible flowers Foodies for Thought
Faculty and staff discover the endless interconnectivity of the new Rock Creek Foods and Nutrition Lab Posted July 11, 2016
Laurie Garza A Stellar Scholar 3
Student Laurie Garza is reaching for the stars, and Mars, in her quest to become an astrophysicist Posted July 4, 2016
2016Students4Giving Students4Giving Disperse $10,000
PCC’s Students4Giving class presented $10,000 worth of grants to three local nonprofit organizations, PROWUS, Portland YouthBuilders and Royal Family KIDS, as part of a term-long project focusing on student philanthropy Posted June 30, 2016