Federal and State law requires Pasadena City College to provide current and prospective students with information about the college. The links below provide convenient access to this information.

    • Statistical information and Pasadena City College's profile are available on the National Center for Education Statistics web site. This is a comprehensive site maintained by the U.S. Department of Education which provides information about PCC and other colleges such as:
      • General campus information
      • Enrollment
      • Student Race/ethnicity and gender
      • Program completion
      • Retention Rates
      • Overall graduation rate and transfer-out programs/majors
  • According to the U.S. Department of Education:

    Parents and students put their trust in the stewards of education data to ensure students' personal information is properly safeguarded and is used only for legitimate purposes and only when absolutely necessary. The Department deeply values this trust and strives to ensure it is doing all it can do to protect the privacy of our students as the uses of their data to improve education increase.

  • Pasadena City College FERPA policy statement can be found at the Admissions and Records.

In compliance with Sec. 18004(a)(1) of the 2020 CARES Act, Pasadena City College posts the following statements. This data reflects the distribution of Higher Education Emergency Relief Grants to students in the quarter ending March 31, 2022:

  • Pasadena City College signed and returned to the U.S. Department of Education the Certification and Agreement described in the aforementioned legislation. PCC has used and intends to use no less than 50 percent of the funds received to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to Students.
  • Total amount received: $41,752,623
  • Total amount distributed to students in the quarter ending March 31, 2022: $7,351,500
  • Estimated total number of students eligible to participate in programs under Sec. 484 in Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 and thus eligible to receive aforementioned Emergency Financial Aid Grants in the quarter ending March 31,2022: 18,121
  • Total number of students who have received an Emergency Financial Aid Grant in the quarter ending March 31,2022: 13,541
  • The college identified which students receive Emergency Financial Aid Grants and how much they would receive in the following way: PCC used a hybrid graduated approach based on financial need on students' Financial Aid application and enrollment levels, with special consideration for special populations. Award amounts are $1,000, $750, and $500 based primarily on remaining need, enrollment levels and/or emergency reason(s) stated on the emergency aid application. The college also reserved $500,000 for case-by-case emergency instances for students that justified financial need due to the disruption caused by COVID-19.
  • The college provided the following instructions, directions, or guidance to students concerning the Emergency Financial Aid Grants: Students were required to accept the award if they confirmed that they did have financial need due to the disruption caused by COVID-19. These terms were displayed on the students financial aid portal in the same area where they would accept the award. Students were also provided the option to apply for emergency aid. By applying for emergency aid students would be considered for Emergency Financial Aid Grants through the HEERF program along with other state and institutional emergency aid funds.

HEERF Data Dashboard

Download HEERF reporting information for quarter ended 3/31/22

Download HEERF reporting information for quarter ended 12/31/21

Download HEERF reporting information for quarter ended 9/30/21

Download HEERF revised reporting information for quarter 6/30/21

Download HEERF reporting information for quarter ended 6/30/2021

Download HEERF reporting information for quarter ended 3/31/2021

Download HEERF reporting information for quarter ended 12/31/2020

Download HEERF reporting information for quarter ended 9/30/2020

This information is posted in accordance with Sec. 18004(a)(1) and Minority Serving Sec. 18004(a)(2) of the 2020 CARES Act.

Pasadena City College (PCC) will grant elective credit only, not specific course credit, 70 units maximum, towards the traditional (not transfer option) Associate In Arts Degree and/or Associate In Science Degree if the courses were lower division and taken at an accredited international institution. Students seeking credit must have their transcripts evaluated by one of the evaluation companies listed below. The evaluation must include a course-by-course review which determines semester unit value, grade, and lower/upper division breakdown.

IMPORTANT: If the student is not planning to earn a traditional Associate Degree from PCC and only wants to transfer to a 4-year institution, then he/she should not follow these steps. 4-year institutions have their own foreign evaluators and will do their own foreign evaluations.

Students must request and pay for an evaluation of their international transcripts through one of the following list of agencies. (Please be advised that PCC is not affiliated with the following agencies but you may use this list as a resource.)

    P.O. BOX 6908
    PHONE (310) 275-3530 FAX (310) 275-3528
    P.O. BOX 996
    WEST COVINA, CA 91793
    PHONE (626) 339-4404 FAX (626) 339-9081 www.aerc-eval.com
    P.O. BOX 66940
    LOS ANGELES, CA90066
    PHONE 310) 390-6276 FAX (310) 397-7686 E-mail: info@ierf.org www.ierf.org

The service will then send PCC an official evaluation report. As with any other college transcript, the student will see a counselor and the counselor will submit a "Request for Transcript Evaluation" form to the Evaluations Office. Upon completion, the evaluation will be available for the counselor and student to review.

Credit is not granted for the following areas towards the Associate Degree:

  • Pasadena City College offers an extensive list of athletic programs. The site also includes a comprehensive list of athletic events

  • Participation in athletic programs is first determined via the Eligibility Guidelines

  • The Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE) offers a page where athletics statistics are available. On the right side click the link that says Get Data for one Institution and then enter "Pasadena City College" in the first entry box. Then click on the Pasadena City College link presented. The next page will have tabs where the number of participants per sport can be found; finances per team are listed under the Revenues and Expenses tab via a table which presents a breakdown per gender and a total or summary column. Alternatively, the data is available in collective downloadable zip files which contain several file formats, each of which has information for all nationally participating colleges and universities

  • Alternatively, team participation statistics and other statistics are available on the Scholarships.com site

  • Note: Pasadena City College does not participate in any athletically-related financial aid programs