Pasadena City College, Home of the PCC Lancers

Calendar of Events for Pasadena City College

Calendar of Events (for today, Thursday, April 24, 2014)

Today's Events:

University Rep. Visit: UCLA-STEM (more information available)
8:00 AM - L110/IT Building

Are you interested in transferring to UCLA in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math? Come to the Transfer Center in L110, for more information.

University Rep. Visit: Cal Poly Pomona (more information available)
9:30 AM - L110

Interested in transferring to Cal Poly Pomona? Visit the Transfer Center, L110 for more information.

Campus Tour - Edison Elementary (more information available)
10:00 AM - Pasadena City College

This hosted tour by the Pasadena City College Student Ambassador Program, is a walking tour of the main campus. A PCC student ambassador will be providing guests and prospective students a fascinating look at the college's educational and...

College Council (more information available)
10:00 a.m. - Circadian

Regular Meeting

University Rep. Visit: National University (more information available)
11:30 AM - Quad

Transfer Advisement

Bridges to Stem Cell Research at Pasadena City College (more information available)
12:00 PM - SV27 - Go to the Website

Stem Cell Seminar Series

"New Models for Cartilage and Bone Repair in Mammals"

Francesca Mariani, Ph.D...

Campus Tour- Miles Sander (more information available)
2:00 PM - Pasadena City College

This hosted tour by the Pasadena City College Student Ambassador Program, is a walking tour of the main campus. A PCC student ambassador will be providing guests and prospective students a fascinating look at the college's educational and...

Baseball: hosts Mt. San Antonio (more information available)
2:30 PM - Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Memorial Field

*Mt. San Antonio

Budget and Resource Allocation Standing Committee (more information available)
2:30 p.m. - C-217

The Budget and Resource Allocation Standing Committee shall advise on matters relating to institutional-wide budget and resource allocation issues as requested by the...

PCC Foundation -- Finance & Investment Committee (more information available)
3:30 p.m. - Library Terrace Room

Regular meeting of the PCC Foundation's Finance and Investment Committee

Transfer Orientation (more information available)
5:00 PM - L110

A workshop for students to learn how to transfer

Burbank Adult School Career and College Fair (more information available)
6:00 PM - 3811 W. Allan Ave. Burbank, CA 91505

Representatives from the PCC Office of Community and School Relations meet with high school students at a college and career fair to discuss programs, services, and admissions procedures. Held at: 3811 W. Allan Ave., Burbank, CA 91505 6:30pm...

Continuing Events:

Apr 14 - 29, 2014

Dental Hygiene Information Session

Apr 19 - May 3, 2014

Exhibit: THE 62nd ANNUAL VISUAL ARTS SCHOLARSHIP EXHIBITION

Apr 21 - May 1, 2014

SUMMER AUDITIONS

Upcoming Events:

Friday, April 25

top

Men's/Women's Track and Field: at SCC Championships (more information available)
Long Beach City College

*SCC Championships

UCLA-STOMP Conference (more information available)
7:30 AM - - Go to the Website

Visit UCLA and meet students, faculty and staff. Learn about admissions, degree programs and financial aid. Space limited - sign up in L110.

Interested students should register at: http://www.admissions.ucla.edu/stompconference/default.htm

Baseball: at Mt. San Antonio (more information available)
2:30 PM - Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut

*Mt. San Antonio

Lancer Jazz Big Band and Combo and Jazz Guitar Ensemble (more information available)
7:00 PM - Westerbeck Recital Hall, CA 140

Lancer Jazz Big Band and Combo and Jazz Guitar Ensemble

Under the direction of Andrea Wilkerson and Dan Cole. Tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office....

Spring Dance Concert: Authentic Kinetic (more information available)
8:00 PM - Sexson Auditorium, in Building C

Spring Dance Concert: Authentic Kinetic

Cheryl Banks-Smith, Artistic Director Tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office....

Theatre Production: LYSISTRATA (more information available)
8:00 PM - Center for the Arts Theatre, CA 135

Theatre Production: LYSISTRATA

LYSISTRATA by Germaine Greer and Phil Willmott Directed by Heather Corwin This COMEDY takes place a long time ago. Athens is in the grip of a futile, destructive war with Sparta and its men are fighting abroad, taken away from their wives and families for long periods at a time. The women of Athens have had enough. At dawn, in a men's bathhouse, leading socialite Lysistrata gathers an assembly of Athenian and Spartan women to discuss negotiating a peace treaty. Their tactics are simple: they will refuse their men sex until peace is declared. The serious subject of war remains prominent amid the comedy filled battle of the sexes. "Fast, broad, silly and profound...I loved it." -Robert Butler, Independent on Sunday Warning: strong language, mature content, adult audiences only Performance tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office....

Saturday, April 26

top

College Fair- Kaiser Permanente (more information available)
10:00 AM - Kaiser Permanente

Representatives from the PCC Office of Community and School Relations meet with high school students at a college and career fair to discuss programs, services, and admissions procedures. Held at: Kaiser Permanente Regional Offices in Pasadena For more information contact: Gayle Palma @ (626) 405-6536 PCC Ambassadors working the event; Anson, Alan P, Briana...

Theatre Production: LYSISTRATA (more information available)
2:00 PM - Center for the Arts Theatre, CA 135

Theatre Production: LYSISTRATA

LYSISTRATA by Germaine Greer and Phil Willmott Directed by Heather Corwin This COMEDY takes place a long time ago. Athens is in the grip of a futile, destructive war with Sparta and its men are fighting abroad, taken away from their wives and families for long periods at a time. The women of Athens have had enough. At dawn, in a men's bathhouse, leading socialite Lysistrata gathers an assembly of Athenian and Spartan women to discuss negotiating a peace treaty. Their tactics are simple: they will refuse their men sex until peace is declared. The serious subject of war remains prominent amid the comedy filled battle of the sexes. "Fast, broad, silly and profound...I loved it." -Robert Butler, Independent on Sunday Warning: strong language, mature content, adult audiences only Performance tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office....

Piano Accompanying & Ensembles Concert (more information available)
8:00 PM - Westerbeck Recital Hall, CA 140

Piano Accompanying & Ensembles Concert

Tempus Fugit, "Time flies." Directed by Philip Young. Performing the works of J.S Bach, Lill Boulanger, Mozart, Florent Schmitt, Robert Volkmann and others. Tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office....

Theatre Production: LYSISTRATA (more information available)
8:00 PM - Center for the Arts Theatre, CA 135

Theatre Production: LYSISTRATA

LYSISTRATAby Germaine Greer and Phil Willmott Directed by Heather Corwin This COMEDY takes place a long time ago. Athens is in the grip of a futile, destructive war with Sparta and its men are fighting abroad, taken away from their wives and families for long periods at a time. The women of Athens have had enough. At dawn, in a men's bathhouse, leading socialite Lysistrata gathers an assembly of Athenian and Spartan women to discuss negotiating a peace treaty. Their tactics are simple: they will refuse their men sex until peace is declared. The serious subject of war remains prominent amid the comedy filled battle of the sexes. "Fast, broad, silly and profound...I loved it." -Robert Butler, Independent on Sunday Warning: strong language, mature content, adult audiences only Performance tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office....

Spring Dance Concert: Authentic Kinetic (more information available)
8:00 PM - Sexson Auditorium, in Building C

Spring Dance Concert: Authentic Kinetic

Cheryl Banks-Smith, Artistic Director Tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office....

Sunday, April 27

top

Spring Dance Concert: Authentic Kinetic (more information available)
3:00 PM - Sexson Auditorium, in Building C

Spring Dance Concert: Authentic Kinetic

Cheryl Banks-Smith, Artistic Director Tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office....

One-Acts Theatre Production: COMMUNITIES (more information available)
4:00 PM - Little Theater, in Building C, Room 106

One-Acts Theatre Production: COMMUNITIES

Communities, a collection of one-act plays examining the different communities we live in. Directed by Will Ahrens. Tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office....

PCC Lancer Concert Band (more information available)
6:00 PM - Jameson Amphitheater

PCC Lancer Concert Band

Spring Pops Concert featuring The Magnitude 5 Brass Quintet

Kyle Luck and Tad Carpenter, conductors.

Parking is available in any student lot for $2.  Purchase permits in lot vending machines.

Monday, April 28

top

University Rep. Visit: Sacramento State University (more information available)
9:00 AM - L110

Interested in transferring to a school in Northern California? Visit the Transfer Center, L110 to meet with the rep from Sacramento State.

University Rep. Visit: Mount St. Mary's College (more information available)
10:00 AM - Quad

Interested in transferring to Mount St. Mary's College? Visit the Transfer Center, L110 to meet with a representative.

University Rep. Visit: Hope International University (more information available)
10:00 AM - Quad

Transfer Advisement

Transfer Orientation (more information available)
5:00 PM - L110

A workshop for students to learn how to transfer

University Rep. Visit: Mount St. Mary's College (more information available)
5:00 PM - Quad

Interested in transferring to Mount St. Mary's College? Visit the Transfer Center, L110 to meet with a representative.

One-Acts Theatre Production: COMMUNITIES (more information available)
7:30 PM - Little Theater, in Building C, Room 106

One-Acts Theatre Production: COMMUNITIES

"Communities" a collection of one-act plays examining the different communities we live in. Directed by Will Ahrens. Tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office....

Tuesday, April 29

top

Transfer Orientation (more information available)
12:00 PM - L110

A workshop for students to learn how to transfer

Gospel Choir (more information available)
12:00 PM - Center for the Arts, West Patio

Gospel Choir

Directed by Betty Griffen-Keller.

Parking is available in any student lot for $2.  Purchase permits in lot vending machines.

University Rep. Visit: CSULA (more information available)
2:00 PM - L110;Quad

Transfer advisement to CSULA

One-Acts Theatre Production: COMMUNITIES (more information available)
7:30 PM - Little Theater, in Building C, Room 106

One-Acts Theatre Production: COMMUNITIES

COMMUNITIES a collection of one-act plays examining the different communities we live in. Directed by Will Ahrens. Tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office....

Wednesday, April 30

top

University Rep. Visit: CSUN Peer Advisor (more information available)
9:00 AM - L110;Quad

Transfer advisement to CSU Northridge

Campus Tour - Wilson High School (more information available)
10:00 AM - Pasadena City College

This hosted tour by the Pasadena City College Student Ambassador Program, is a walking tour of the main campus. A PCC student ambassador will be providing guests and prospective students a fascinating look at the college's educational and historical campus. Attending: Wilson HS PCC Ambassador assisting: Ernie...

Campus Tour - Owen Bowden (more information available)
10:00 AM - Pasadena City College

This hosted tour by the Pasadena City College Student Ambassador Program, is a walking tour of the main campus. A PCC student ambassador will be providing guests and prospective students a fascinating look at the college's educational and historical campus. Attending: Owen Bowden PCC Ambassador assisting:...

University Rep. Visit: Simmons College (more information available)
10:00 AM - Quad

Interested in attending a university out of state? Visit the Transfer Center, L110 for more information.

University Rep. Visit: Montana Tech (more information available)
10:00 AM - Quad/ IT/ L110

Interested in getting more information on Montana Tech? Visit the Transfer Center, L110 for more information.

Options for Fall 2014 Applicants (more information available)
12:00 PM - L106

This workshop will cover admissions timelines, deadlines and appeals

University Rep. Visit: Northern Arizona University (more information available)
1:00 PM - Quad

Interested in attending a university out of state? Visit the Transfer Center, L110 for more information.

Thursday, May 1

top

Men's/Women's Swimming and Diving: CCCAA State Championships (more information available)
East LA College, Swim Stadium, Monterey Park

CCCAA State Championships

University Rep. Visit: UCLA-STEM (more information available)
8:00 AM - L110/IT Building

Are you interested in transferring to UCLA in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math? Come to the Transfer Center in L110, for more information.

University Rep. Visit: CSU Northridge (more information available)
9:30 AM - L110

Are you interested in transferring to CSUN? Visit the Transfer Center, L110 for more information.

UC Irvine's Admitted Student Reception (more information available)
11:00 AM - Circadian

By invitation ONLY there will be an information session for students who were admitted for the Fall 2014.

University Rep. Visit: National University (more information available)
11:30 AM - Quad

Transfer Advisement

UC Appeals Workshop (more information available)
12:00 PM - L106

This workshop will cover what needs to be done if you weren't admitted to the UC campus of choice.

UC Santa Cruz's Admitted Student Reception (more information available)
1:00 PM - L106

By invitation ONLY there will be an information session for students who were admitted for the Fall 2014.

University Rep. Visit: East New Mexico University (more information available)
1:30 PM - Quad

Interested in attending a university out of state? Visit the Transfer Center, L110 for more information.

University Rep. Visit: UC Santa Cruz (more information available)
2:00 PM - L110

General Transfer Advisment for students interested in transferring to UC Santa Cruz. Visit the Transfer Center, L110 for more information.

Brass Ensembles Concert (more information available)
6:00 PM - Westerbeck Recital Hall, CA 140

Directed by Beth Mitchell.

Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines.

Studio Jazz Singers (more information available)
8:00 PM -

Studio Jazz Singers

Studio Jazz Singers and Combo Band, under the direction of Mary Durst, will perform a power packed night of the jazz standards you love. This event is held at a restaurant and there is no charge at the door. Please support our generous hosts at Arcadia Blues Club by purchasing food and drink. This event is held off campus at: Arcadia Blues Club, 16 E. Huntington Dr., Arcadia, CA 91006...

Theatre Production: LYSISTRATA (more information available)
8:00 PM - Center for the Arts Theatre, CA 135

Theatre Production: LYSISTRATA

LYSISTRATA by Germaine Greer and Phil Willmott Directed by Heather Corwin This COMEDY takes place a long time ago. Athens is in the grip of a futile, destructive war with Sparta and its men are fighting abroad, taken away from their wives and families for long periods at a time. The women of Athens have had enough. At dawn, in a men's bathhouse, leading socialite Lysistrata gathers an assembly of Athenian and Spartan women to discuss negotiating a peace treaty. Their tactics are simple: they will refuse their men sex until peace is declared. The serious subject of war remains prominent amid the comedy filled battle of the sexes. "Fast, broad, silly and profound...I loved it." -Robert Butler, Independent on Sunday Warning: strong language, mature content, adult audiences only Performance tickets are sold at the Center for the Arts Box Office, beginning one hour prior to start time. Parking is available in any student lot for $2. Purchase permits in lot vending machines. Parking structure, Student Parking lot 5 is the closest to the Box Office....