MyPierce is your headquarters for managing your student account online. Register for classes, plan your schedule, update your financial aid information, pay tuition, and much more.
Pierce College's award winning libraries offer students access to research materials, databases, reference assistance, computers, books, magazines, and multimedia. They are also perfect places to study.
Complete assignments and papers, conduct Internet research, or take online courses conveniently at the campus computer labs. The labs are free and open to all enrolled students.
At Pierce College, you never have to go it alone. There are a number of resources available to help you through your education. Examples include the Multicultural Leaderships Institute, tutoring, and counseling.
The tutoring and academic services offered at both the Puyallup and Fort Steilacoom campuses provide a wide range of options to help you through a difficult class. From one-on-one peer mentoring to group study sessions, you're sure to find an option that works for you.
You're almost done! Check when your final exams are scheduled.
Pierce College makes available to its students both unofficial and official transcripts. Unofficial transcripts are great for your personal records. Official transcripts are often required by other colleges or universities, or employers.
Find out what you need to do to apply for graduation and also information on the upcoming graduation commencement.
Access the college's official catalog, current class schedules, and PierceView magazine online.
Located on both the Fort Steilacoom and Puyallup campuses, the bookstores have the books and other materials you'll need for your classes. There are also gift items, Pierce College merchandise, and snacks.
If you're unemployed, laid off, or seeking to re-enter the workforce in a new career, Pierce College's workforce programs can help find the professional/technical certificate or degree program that works for you and your family.
The Center for Engagement and Learning (CEAL) facilitates faculty and staff knowledge around student engagement and completion by increasing access to cohesive professional development and fostering effective communication strategies and systems between all college employees.