While the spring forward intersession aided many students in regaining full-time status, 85 international students lost their F -1 (student visa) status, and some could not wait for the intersession to begin, according to the Assistant Director of International Students Amy Yan.
The PCC Child Development Center and parents will be host a donation day fundraiser on May 19 to help raise funds for materials needed for the children’s programs and ease budget restrains.
The Automotive Technology Lab in IT 105 could be mistaken for an auto repair shop at first glance. But it is first and foremost, a classroom.
A new proposal under discussion would allow Pacific Oaks College to offer bachelor level classes in the child development field to PCC students struggling to find classes.
A 27-year California Highway Patrol veteran has been appointed as the new PCC Chief of Police.
Students and faculty learned about the money privately owned detention centers make for the incarceration of undocumented immigrants on April 2 in the Creveling Lounge.
The Road Home 2.0: The Next Step Symposium featuring training workshops for faculty and staff to help them teach veterans more effectively, will be held on April 25 and 26 in the Creveling Lounge on campus.
A $2.4 million LED project is near completion said officials. This will change all the fluorescent tubes to LED tubes on the entire campus.
A group from the Study and Travel Abroad Program again will be heading to Florence, Italy during the fall semester, said college officials.
The men finished second in the 4×100 meter relay with a time of 41.08 falling just short behind the CSULA team who finished with 40.90. It was a wire-to-wire race with CSULA edging PCC to take the trophy.