Pierce News

  • Puyallup campus front entrance closed for construction Aug. 4-6

    The City of Puyallup is performing upgrades to 39th Ave., which includes repaving the road between 10th St. and Shaw Road on Aug. 4-6.

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  • Pierce College hires Col. Mark Haskins as new Executive Director of Military Programs

    Retired United States Air Force Col. Mark Haskins will join Pierce College as the new Executive Director of Military Programs later this summer.

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  • Transitioning military members experience life at Pierce College

    Pierce College Puyallup welcomed a group of about 30 military members on campus last week, allowing them to learn about the programs and services available to veterans.

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  • New computer-based math labs help students save time and money

    Thanks to a newly introduced software program called Aleks 360, students enrolled in math labs at Pierce College can independently complete classwork at their own speed in the math level they placed in.

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  • Summer art exhibition by Thomas Nguivoum on display now through Aug. 22

    Rich colors, deep culture and a story behind every canvas is what you’ll find in the AAH building at Pierce College Puyallup, for the summer art exhibit featuring the work of Thomas Nguivoum.

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  • Summer of the #PierceSelfie!

    It’s an urge that some people just can’t fight. I mean, when your phone is just burning a hole in your pocket, what are you supposed to do other than break it out, extend that arm, and snap a selfie? We understand. In fact, here at Pierce College, we want to join in on the fun.

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  • Pierce Professor hosts annual nature summer camp for kids

    Later this month, Pierce College Professor Scott Sweet is giving local children a chance to get out of the house and into the great outdoors during his annual nature camp.

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  • Pierce College renovation projects move through Legislature

    A much-needed proposed renovation project for the Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Cascade Building has been included in the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges 2015-17 capital budget recommendation.

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  • All in the Family

    When Sharon Coward enrolled in classes at the Puyallup campus nine years ago, her parents didn’t plan to begin a long-time relationship with the college. It happened, though.

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  • Pierce College fundraising breakfasts to feature student success stories

    Pierce College Foundation’s upcoming Creating Possibilities breakfasts aim to provide educational resources students need to complete college and realize their dreams.

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Today On Campus

August 1st

Undiscovered Worlds: The Search Beyond Our Sun
Starting at 7:00 pm
Science Dome, Fort Steilacoom

August 2nd

Astronomy Fair
Starting at 12:00 pm
Science Dome, Fort Steilacoom

Chasing the Ghost Particle: From the South Pole to the Edge of the Universe
Starting at 3:15 pm
Science Dome, Fort Steilacoom

August 6th

Secret Lives of Stars
Starting at 1:00 pm
Science Dome, Fort Steilacoom

Black Holes: The Other Side of Infinity
Starting at 2:15 pm
Science Dome, Fort Steilacoom

August 8th

Lamps of Atlantis
Starting at 7:00 pm
Science Dome, Fort Steilacoom