Friday, August 17, 2018

Pierce succeeds at accommodating, attracting growth

With a head count slightly more than 20,000 for the Spring 2008 semester, Pierce College has continued to expand and maintain a growing campus. Pierce enrollment has increased about 8.5 percent in enrollment compared to Spring 2007. In a few ways, Pierce has already begun to adjust to this growth by adding 250 new parking spaces, a new cafeteria and new ideas for the future.

Annual Transfer Fair

The Career & Transfer Center will host its annual Transfer Fair on Thursday, Oct. 31 on the Mall between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ...

#Piercewire, April 22

Correction, April 24: Getty publicist Amy Hood will speak Thursday, April 30. The date was incorrectly listed as April 20 in print and in the third...

Shuttle bus freely available for quick transit around campus

A Pierce-branded transit bus is active around campus available to students and faculty for making trips around the campus and parking lots more convenient.   The...

Budget mystery causes hiring freeze

With the state withholding information about the budget for the nine community colleges of the Los Angeles Community College District, Pierce College has to hold off on hiring any new teachers. The number of positions is limited based on retirement numbers dropping, according to Pierce College President Robert Garber.

Wi-Fi problems at Pierce persist

Wi-Fi and network infrastructure problems have persisted this fall semester at Pierce College, but senior staff have not said exactly how the issues will...

Class mourns student death

It had been four years since Pierce student Asieh Moradi Kashkouli had seen her parents who lived in Iran, and friends say that she...

Student Trustee candidate from Pierce College disputes election results

UPDATE MAY 23, 2015: The results of the L.A. Community College District Student Trustee election are being contested by Pierce College student Milo Anderson, who...

Academic Senate discusses issue with accreditation commission

In the Academic Senate meeting on Monday, Oct. 7, members discussed a resolution acknowledging potential wrongdoings of the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior...