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Encore senior classes continue on Zoom

Of all courses in the Pierce ENCORE program for older adults, perhaps none is more timely and impactful than Maureen Feldman’s Staying Connected in...

Fall semester plans detailed

Fall semester classes will be offered online and the cost will remain $46 per unit, said Vice President of Academic Affairs Sheri Berger in...

Lab based classes transition online

The Industrial Technology Department consists of mostly hands-on learning, so the department is trying to use relevant programs online to give students quality education...

School to receive federal funding

Pierce College will receive a federal fund of about $7 million, as announced at a faculty Zoom meeting on April 17.  The fund is part...

Financial aid, parking pass refunds and laptop pickup mentioned at faculty meeting

Los Angeles Pierce College faculty held their third meeting via Zoom on April 3 to discuss the novel coronavirus, how the college has been...

St.A.S.H. food amidst COVID-19

Some students remain food insecure as people are panic buying food at supermarkets to prepare for self-quarantine for the COVID-19 virus. Before the campus closure,...

Latest news

LACCD and LASD renew their contract for six months

Los Angeles Community College Department’s (LACCD) Board of Trustees in a special meeting Saturday,  Dec. 12,  renewed its contract with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s...

Profs prepare

Pierce College professors are preparing their online coursework for the upcoming semesters as courses are expected to remain online until at least through spring. As...

Pierce music student dies

Pierce College student Alvin Supattarakorn would try to get his hands on most instruments within reach. He even kept a mini keyboard in his...

Sports in the air

UPDATE: Pierce College and the other LACCD schools won't participate in early spring competition. Read the full release here. With new restrictions issued by local...

Keeping the spirit of the season alive, online

The COVID-19 pandemic has been stressful and isolating for a lot of people and the holidays can be an opportunity to reconnect with friends...
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