We’re here for you! Our contact information is below.
We have the services you need to support your academic, career, and personal goals. We are here to help you on your path to success!
Virtual Info Center available Mon-Fri, 9am to 1pm
Our advisors will help you with career goals, choosing a major and registering for classes.
The Office of Accessibility Services assists students in obtaining access to programs and services that support their academic goals as well as providing appropriate accommodations.
Our admissions counselors are here to help get you started at PCCC.
From textbooks to PCCC t-shirts, the College bookstore has everything you need.
BURSAR (Student Payments)
The Bursar’s Office is your one-stop shop for finding information on student tuition, making payments, ensuring timely refunds, and many other services.
Career counselors will help you identify your career goals and the educational steps needed to achieve them. Begin with the end in mind!
CENTER FOR STUDENT SUCCESS
The Center for Student Success (CSS) is the hub of academic advising! Our advisors and guided pathways navigators will help you stay on track.
CENTER FOR VIOLENCE PREVENTION
This center links the college community with education, services, support, and resources on issues of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking on campus.
The Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program provides students with the tools they need for academic success.
We want to make college education affordable! We offer all forms of state and federal financial aid, including grants, loans, and scholarships.
We are here to support our international students with helpful information.
OFFICE OF STUDENT ADVOCACY
The Office of Student Advocacy can connect you with resources pertaining to food insecurity, homelessness and housing, and legal and medical issues. In addition, counselors are ready to listen and provide support so you can achieve success in all aspects of your life. (Formerly Wellness Counseling.)
OFFICE OF STUDENT AFFAIRS
The Office of Student Affairs provides students with support and guidance and oversees student programming.
The Public Safety Department provides protective services to the College community, as well as important ancillary functions such as responding to those in need of medical care; fire alarm response/management; ID badge credentialing; and parking management.
The Registrar’s Office assists with registration services such as transcript requests, degree and enrollment verification and student records.
The Student Handbook contains the College’s policies and procedures.
The Testing Department at PCCC provides a variety of services for applicants, current students and faculty. This office can help you prepare for placement testing, schedule exams for online classes and College Writing Exams, and assist faculty with departmental finals.
Transfer counselors provide guidance and support to help make your transition to a four-year college a smooth and positive experience!
The TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) Program focuses on the academic achievement, retention, and graduation rates of first-generation, limited-income students, and students with disabilities.
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VETERAN AND MILITARY AFFAIRS
This office assists veterans and all other members of the military-affiliated community in taking advantage of the educational opportunities available through the GI Bill® and other programs.