PCC parking permits prepare to go mobile by spring

Share: Following the discontinuation of the parking kiosk’s outdated network at PCC, which has stopped card payments, Campus Police is reviewing proposals to replace the machines with upgraded mobile features before the spring 2020 semester begins. The temporary stoppage has been in effect since Dec. 2 after AT&T and Verizon removed their 2G and 3G service, according to a bulletin released via email to students in November. Currently, two proposals are under review by Campus Police and the purchasing department to update the college with …

Student Services revises accounting practices after misuse of public funds

Share: PCC’s Student Services division is reinforcing policy after an internal audit identified misuse of public funds under the guidance of Fiscal Crisis and Management Assistant Team (FCMAT) financial policies, a California organization involved in public education funding, according to the Associated Student’s (AS) board meeting on Oct. 23. Follow: