At Pasadena City College there are many different ways students can stay focused on their classes while eating a delicious snack or meal. When trying to balance school, work, and life, maintaining healthy eating habits can become difficult. Finding time before class to pack a lunch is not always an option for students. Thankfully, PCC provides different resources for students to satisfy their hunger on campus and off campus with the help of local businesses. “My friends and I like to eat at Teddy’s Tacos …
How to: Voting at PCC
PCC is hosting a new Los Angeles County vote center from Saturday, Feb. 29 to Tuesday, March 3, the day of the primary.
How to attend PCC without the tough textbook costs
Trying to cut down costs while getting an education? Pasadena City College (PCC) offers an alternative. For each semester and intersession, students can search the schedule of classes for specific zero-textbook-cost (ZTC) courses in a variety of subjects, regardless of the classroom setting or credit level.
How to find your career at PCC’s Robert G. Freeman Center
The Robert G. Freeman Center for Career & Completion (Freeman Center) is halfway through its first semester at Pasadena City College (PCC). It provides a comprehensive suite of opportunities for students to explore their career paths, expand their interviewing skills, learn about leadership and build CVs or resumes.
How you can get a job on campus
Are you a student on campus looking for a part-time job? PCC has opportunities available for student to make money while they go to school. Applying is just as simple as applying online. Keep in mind that some jobs have application deadlines.
How to report sexual assault
In light of the sexual assault case that happened recently at PCC, listed below are some tools and resources available to students on our campus. Sexual assault victims must at PCC, you contact help or support as soon as possible. Immediately after the assault: Call 911 or the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-HOPE (4673). Calling from a phone on Campus will alert Campus Police immediately. Otherwise, Pasadena Police will relay their message to Campus Police, which could take a little extra time. Do not …
How to join Associated Students
The Associated Students of Pasadena City College (ASPCC), is a group of students whose voices represent the student body as a whole on campus. One of their main objectives is to inform students of anything happening at school that will affect them directly, along with being a place where anyone can go to voice their questions and concerns. There are two ways to join ASPCC: to get elected or to get appointed. Requirements: In order to be a part of AS, there are a few …
Campus crime tips now fully anonymous
One of PCC’s newest online features, Lancer Anonymous Tip Reporting (LART), enables anyone to submit and provide suspected crime information confidentially and anonymously to Campus Police.