As finals creep closer, we might all feel our stress increasing. The Multicultural Center would like to invite you and your students to join our Multicultural Radio Hour Winter Term Finale. We will be hosting a mix of Pilates/ Yoga/ Zumba to help students distress for their finals. Not to
PCC’s Southeast campus English Department Head, Jessica Johnson has been nominated for the Oregon Book Award. The Oregon Book Award selects five finalists each year for the finest accomplishments in writing, for those who work in genres of poetry, fiction, literary nonfiction, drama and young readers literature. Jessica
ASPCC, PCC’s student government is surveying students from ALL campuses for feedback on how effective PCC is in communicating to students – focusing on student services, etc. All students – district wide – are encouraged to participate. To provide feedback, please click this link: Student Survey
Hi Southeast! This Monday, the 22nd of February ASPCC will be hosting a Talk Show with our campus administrators. Jessica Howard, Miriam Friedman, and Craig Kolins will be talking about the goals of our campus and answering questions that the students have. Lunch will be provided. Please stop by and share
When an earthquakes strikes what will you do? To find out what PCC is doing, consider volunteering as a victim during the Campus Community Emergency Response Team(C-CERT) disaster simulation. We need victims! We need lots of victims! But only for a few hours, on the Thursday morning before finals week.
Civilian street safety planned for Southeast campus crossing.The Portland Police Bureau and The Portland Bureau of Transportation will conduct an intersection crosswalk and mid-block crossing safety education and enforcement action on Wednesday, Feb. 17 at the marked crosswalk on SE 82nd Avenue at SE Division Street and on SE 82nd
This Week at the SE Women’s Resource Center Feminist Self Care Series Today: Free Self Care Sessions Feeling stressed out? Having pains and aches? School making you sick? Feeling out of touch with your body? Please join the WRC for free, peer-led self care sessions focused on
Assistant Professor of Cell & Developmental Biology at OHSU, Dr. Jeffrey Tyner (Ph.D), is speaking about STEM career possibilities at Southeast Campus (The STEM Center, SCOM 231) today from 11am-12pm. In 2014, Dr. Tyner’s was awarded one of two annual Martin and Rose Wachtel Cancer Research awards from
Video Credit: KATU Communities The Office of International Education has planned a super fun event that will take place next Saturday, January 30th – Cosmic Snowtubing at Mt. Hood! We’ll be tubing in the dark with a DJ, black lights, laser light shows, and lots of other fun!