Pierce News

  • Pierce College musicians take the stage in spring quarter concerts

    Talented student musicians have spent countless hours preparing for upcoming concerts this spring. Come out and support our students during one of our upcoming concerts!

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  • How Pierce College became a national leader in student success

    In an effort to help more students reach their educational goals, Pierce College became a part of the Achieving the Dream network in 2012.

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  • Pierce College Puyallup hosts 50th Anniversary Family Fun Day June 10

    The Pierce College District invites all employees, students and the community to help celebrate 50 years of quality education on June 10 as we host an afternoon full of fun for the whole family at our Puyallup campus.

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  • Pierce College CIO receives education award from Puyallup South Hill Rotary

    Pierce College Vice President of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer Michael Stocke was recognized by the Puyallup South Hill Rotary with an award for excellence in education.

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  • Pierce College hires new director for development

    Pierce College is proud to announce the hiring of Jennifer Wolbrecht as the Foundation's new director for development. Wolbrecht comes to Pierce College after spending more than 12 years with the Metropolitan Park District of Tacoma.

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  • Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Theater presents “Standing Rock” June 1-3

    Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Theater’s spring production shines a spotlight on the stories and people surrounding the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline project.

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  • Pierce College Puyallup hosts STEM Expo May 18

    Are you interested in pursuing a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics? Pierce College’s STEM Expo will provide valuable information and advice for anyone looking to develop a career in a STEM related field.

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  • Pierce College Puyallup Theater presents Franz Kafka’s “The Metamorphosis”

    Gregor Samsa is not who he thought he was as he awakened to find himself transformed into a large and disgusting creature, during Pierce College Puyallup Theater’s production of Franz Kafka’s “The Metamorphosis.”

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  • Pierce College It’s Possible Gala raises funds to support student success

    The Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Health Education Center was transformed during the It’s Possible Gala on April 22 as the college raised funds to support students in need.

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  • Pierce College hosts live-stream viewing event of talk by Mary Roach

    This year’s Pierce County READS selection is “Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War” by Mary Roach. The Pierce College community can view a live-stream broadcast of a local talk by the best-selling author on April 28.

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This Week On Campus

May 26th

Open Hearing: Student Code of Conduct Policy Amendment
Starting at 11:30 am
Fort Lewis, Stone Education Center, C103

Cheerleading Tryouts Clinic Day
Starting at 12:00 pm
Lakewood Campus- Health Ed. Center

Student Government Meeting
Starting at 1:00 pm
Fort Steilacoom, Student Life Lobby

May 29th

COLLEGE CLOSED: Memorial Day
All Day Event

JBLM Closed for Memorial Day
All Day Event
Fort Lewis and McChord Field Education Centers

Student Government Meeting
Starting at 12:00 pm
Puyallup, College Center, CTR210