Friday, November 16, 2018

New mandate sparks faculty debate

The Pierce College Academic Senate approved a motion Nov. 20 to identify underage students on class rosters so that instructors may fulfill their mandatory state requirement to report cases of child abuse. Izzy Goodman, president of the senate, reiterated the faculty's responsibility and discussed the difficulty in reporting abuse cases for students under age 18.

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UCLA admits less transfer students for fall 2013 semester

There has been a significant reduction in the acceptance rate of California community college transfer students for fall 2013 for University of California, Los...

Parking Lot 8


Four students arrested for hate crime

Pierce College campus police are investigating a hate crime altercation that occurred between several students on Tuesday Feb. 11 on the mall. The fight occurred between...

Help needed for IT

Vital improvements to Information Technology (IT) on campus are in question after the Board of Trustees rejected recommendations from Pierce officials to bring in...

Large construction trailer arrives on campus early Friday morning, several roads closed before 7...

Several Pierce College roads will be closed in the "early morning hours" of Friday, Feb. 27, to make way for a "large construction trailer" that will...

Spring 2014 graduation date changed

The date for the spring 2014 graduation ceremony has changed from Wednesday, June 11 to Tuesday, June 10 due to scheduling conflicts with the...

College is seeking a new vice president

Pierce College is looking to hire a new vice president of administrative services, following the former position holder's resignation.   A notice for the job opening...