News & Events
The Measure P Citizens' Oversight Committee is seeking members to serve during the 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 fiscal years.
Release Date: Jul 21, 2014
Sometimes we have no idea that we’re in standing the presence of greatness. As students at John Muir High School in the late 1970s and early ‘80s, we often saw the unassuming elderly gentleman on campus. He always had warm words of advice, encouragement and expectation for us kids. He’d ask students about homework, inquire about family members, warn them to stay away from drugs and insist that they go to class. But a lot of us had no idea that this man, Mr. Robinson, was a living legend.
Release Date: Jul 13, 2014
PCC In The News: Build A Network on Campus as a Community College Student (Featured In: US News & World Report)
Reprinted From US News & World Report, June 26, 2014; By: Delece Smith-Barrow
For many community college students, finding a sense of community on campus can be challenging.
They fall into a routine that Dave Leenhouts, vice president of student services at Wharton County Junior College in Texas, calls "PCP": parking lot, class and then back to the parking lot where they drive off.
"Community college students are historically commuters," he says. Many of these schools do not have residence halls, which help students engage with their campus, professors and peers outside of class hours, Leenhouts says. Community college students often don't spend extra hours at school.
Release Date: Jun 27, 2014