Updated January 25, 2022
PCC will resume on-campus instruction on Monday, January 24, 2022. This means:
- Classes that were supposed to have been meeting in person since Jan. 10 will start on Monday, in-person and on campus.
- Although most classes will be meeting in person, about 40% of PCC’s classes this spring will continue to be held online or in a hybrid online/physical setting. Double-check your schedule and contact your instructor to make sure you know where to be next week.
- Use this website to learn about the testing, masking, and vaccine requirements to attend classes or use services on-campus.
Updated: New Requirements for Spring On-Campus Classes and Services
The following safety measures are now in place at PCC for the Spring 2022 semester.
For Spring 2022, PCC is conducting mondatory COVID-19 testing for all students enrolled in a face-to-face or hybrid course, or accessing in-person services which require you to be on campus for the Spring 2022 semester.
All students will need to have:
- One test within 72 hours of their first time back on campus after Jan. 24,
One test per week until further notice
Students need to submit valid proof of full vaccination prior to registering for Spring 2022 classes. You will not be able to complete your registration without a valid vaccination record.
PCC is a masked campus. Masks are required in all spaces, indoors and out, when other people are present. Also, be sure to use an N95, KN95, or triple-layer surgical mask to reduce the risk of transmission. Cloth masks are not suitable for use during this time. Medical grade masks will be distributed to students, faculty, and staff at testing centers and other key locations on campus.
Classes & Instruction
The following gives you the key information you need to know about taking classes at PCC. As this is an ever-evolving situation, we will continue updating information on this page whenever new information becomes available.
Starting Monday, January 24 we wil lresume in-person instuction. Although most classes will be meeting in person, about 40% of PCC’s classes this spring will continue to be held online or in a hybrid online/physical setting. Double-check yourschedule and conatc your instructor to make sure you know where your classes wil be held.
Laptops are available to borrow from the PCC Library. You can visit the library anytime during their open hours to check one out!
During the temporary response to the surge in COVID-19 cases, access to student services, tutoring, and other support services will be offered remotely. You can also use our Help Centers and Support website to access online help centers.
Resources for Students in Need
Use our resource guide to find help for emergency needs including financial assistance, housing and shelter, food, social services referrals, and financial assistance.