Student Programs puts on different types of events for Fall, Winter, and Spring quarter. There will be several events involving recreation, student development, health and wellness, diversity, artist and speakers, outreach, and many more different types of events. Please check out our events
calendar to see what is happening this month.
2012-2013 Common Book
The Nature Principle by Richard Louv
The Common Book program offers the Pierce community an opportunity to engage in the college level
process of academic inquiry through a common text. Students, faculty, staff, and administration begin
to discuss and examine a particular theme, issue, or topic, using the book as a common point of entry.
Please feel free to submit suggestions regarding events or any other issues. The suggestions will be reviewed by the Director of Student Support Services and Student Life as well as the ASPCP President of Student Government. SUBMIT HERE
Student Life provides opportunities for students and staff to engage in a comprehensive array of programs and experiences that focus on a holistic approach towards personal, intellectual, and global understanding. Efforts are conscientiously made to assist students in becoming responsible citizens in their communities. Through a strong commitment to diversity initiatives, Student Life ensures environments are created that promote connections and relationships, contributing to student success.
Fall Quarter Hours (Sept. 24 - Dec. 7):
Monday -------- 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Tuesday -------- 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Wednesday ----- 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Thursday ------- 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday ----------- 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Phone: (253) 840-8487
Fax: (253) 840-8350
S&A Final Budget Report 2011-2012
In accordance with RCW 28B.15.045 -- Intent -- 2012 c 104: "The legislature recognizes that students play an important role in recommending how services and activities fees should be expended, as the majority of members of the services and activities fees committee at each institution of higher education. It is the intent of the legislature to increase transparency, so that expenditures of revenue from services and activities fees are clearly visible and accessible to the students who pay those fees." [2012 c 104 § 1.]