Category Archives: Academics
Amber Baillon, professor of College Success (College 110), dedicates her time to make sure students are getting the most out of their college experience.
It’s an exciting time to be a student at Pierce College, with a number of innovative new programs and initiatives in the works. The college is committed to listening to the needs of students to truly understand the challenges they face each day.
In an innovative new program, Pierce College allows students to finish their high school diploma while earning college credit simultaneously. For $25 per quarter, students can take as many classes as they would like while working toward their high school diploma.
Leesa Thomas, professor of early childhood education, is approaching her second year of teaching at Pierce College. She is passionate about training the next generation of teachers and keeping them up to date with current changes within the field. For Thomas, her biggest goal as a teacher is to help her students truly understand that
Have you scheduled an appointment with your advisor yet? With Summer and Fall 2015 registration dates looming on the horizon, it’s more important than ever to meet with your advisor as soon as possible to make sure you’re on track to meet your goals.
Due to student demand, Pierce has added a new “FALL 2” term with five popular online courses. These courses run for eight weeks, beginning October 21 and ending December 17. You can register online using your current RAC; Fall 2 will be the default in the online registration system. In addition, alternative MIL Fall 2
Pierce College is playing a role in helping to keep the people in small south Asian countries safer the next time they face a natural disaster such as 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Over the past two years, The Homeland Security Emergency Management program has graduated two stellar students from Indonesia, a country hit hard by
All 16 June graduates of the Pierce College dental hygiene program have passed their board examinations with flying colors, making them eligible for licensure. “Our graduates must successfully pass seven separate examinations to be eligible for licensure,” according to Monica Hospenthal, director of the dental hygiene department. “These tests include an eight hour comprehensive written exam
Due to student demand, Pierce has added a new “FALL 2” term with five popular online courses. These courses run for eight weeks, beginning October 21 and ending December 17. You can register online using your current RAC. In addition, alternative MIL Fall 2 courses are also available. If you have questions about the calendar,
Hurry! Deadline is October 10 Need cash for college? Scholarship money is waiting to be awarded for winter and spring quarters through the Pierce College Foundation— but don’t delay. The deadline is midnight, Thursday, Oct. 10. Visit the scholarships page on the Pierce College website for additional information (http://www.pierce.ctc.edu/dist/scholarships/). Approximately 30 scholarships will be awarded.