Learn about mental illness and recovery during special event on March 3

For the past 37 years, Pierce College has provided education services to patients and their families at Western State Hospital.

Pierce College alum and Washington Teacher of the Year makes a difference in and out of the classroom

Nathan Gibbs-Bowling has unapologetically high standards for each one of his Lincoln High School students. The 2015 Pierce College Distinguished Alum makes it his own personal mission to create what he calls a ‘nerd culture’ in his government classes, where becoming an informed citizen is the norm.

Meet Jordan Harmon, All Washington Academic Team member

With her ultimate goal of becoming a veterinarian and opening her own practice, Jordan Harmon knows she has quite a bit of schooling ahead of her. It only made sense for the high school senior to take advantage of the Running Start program at Pierce College Puyallup. She is on track to earn her associate

Spring quarter classes in Graham available now

Pierce College now offers college courses at Graham Kapowsin High School, providing access to higher education for communities in south Pierce County. Courses meet twice a week in the early evenings, allowing working adults the added flexibility of earning college credits after work in their own community. Classes are taught by Pierce College professors, and

Pierce College Puyallup hosts two events by internationally acclaimed performance artist Tim Miller

Pierce College students have a unique opportunity to participate in a performance workshop intensive featuring internationally acclaimed artist Tim Miller, thanks to a special event hosted by the Puyallup theatre department. The Body Maps Performance Workshop takes place Feb. 26 to March 2, and is free to Pierce College student performers of all experience levels.

Pierce College Puyallup welcomes interim President Jean Hernandez, Ed.D.

During a special event on Feb. 1, the college community welcomed the new Interim President of Pierce College Puyallup, Jean Hernandez, Ed.D.

Join Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Theatre for An Evening of Films

Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Theatre is hosting a special evening of original films written, produced and featuring Pierce College students and faculty. An Evening of Films from the Pierce College Community takes place Feb. 15, 16 and 17 at 7 p.m. The event will feature six to eight short films, with a team of about

Pierce College HSEM professor graduates from FEMA’s National Emergency Management Executive Academy

Pierce College Homeland Security Emergency Management (HSEM) Prof. Jason Junkens recently became one of the few people in the nation to complete each of FEMA’s three emergency management academies. Junkens recently graduated from FEMA’s National Emergency Management Executive Academy, completing a full curriculum that supports the advancement of the emergency management profession at strategic policy

Pierce College Puyallup Theatre presents: “The Rhinoceros”

Set in a small, provincial French town, one by one, the citizens are infected by a mysterious condition: rhinocerotis, turning the local townspeople into rough-and-tumble rhinos. “The Rhinoceros” is a surrealist play by Eugene Ionesco, and it is the story of a man named Berenger, who becomes increasingly wary of what is happening in his

Pierce College Puyallup launches nationwide search for next president

Pierce College Puyallup is seeking a dynamic community college executive who is ready to lead a college within a district environment. The Pierce College Puyallup President reports directly to the District Chancellor and CEO.