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Pierce News

  • New university transfer degree eliminates textbook costs

    Through a new program offered at Pierce College at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, students across the district can earn a university transfer degree that eliminates the cost of textbooks.

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  • Pierce College Kinesiology program prepares students for success in a competitive field

    Transform an active, healthy lifestyle into an in-demand career with a Pierce College Kinesiology degree, designed to set students apart as personal trainers, athletic coaches, nutritionists and more.

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  • First-generation college student aims high

    Sometimes being a first generation college student means figuring out the importance of a higher education on your own terms. For 17- year-old Leah Dao, being an accomplished first generation college student came with the goal to live out her parents dreams.

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  • Tacoma Concert Band performs special concert at Pierce College Puyallup July 8

    As the Tacoma Concert Band gears up for its third European tour, these talented musicians are making a stop in Puyallup for a performance at Pierce College on Wednesday, July 8 at 7:30 p.m.

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  • RallyPoint/6 connects veterans with education, opportunity

    Through her work at RallyPoint/6, Ramona Gresham has the opportunity to impact the lives of countless service members and veterans as they transition into the civilian world.

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  • Pierce College Nursing Program celebrates 10 years of success

    For the past decade, Pierce College has prepared future nurses for success in an in-demand field. As the nursing program celebrates its 10-year anniversary in 2015, Director Emily Mize, Ph.D., anticipates continued success for this highly competitive program.

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  • Homeland Security Emergency Management Center of Excellence celebrates 10 years

    Pierce College hosts the Homeland Security Emergency Management’s Center of Excellence 10-year anniversary summit at Pierce College Puyallup.

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  • Golf is in the air at Pierce College

    The 22nd annual Pierce College Golf Scramble is taking place July 23 at Orting’s High Cedars Golf Club, with all proceeds benefiting student scholarships. Registration is open now, with a fee of $150 per player.

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  • Pierce College employee recognized with award for open education excellence

    Throughout her career, Pierce College Open Education Project Manager Quill West has designed and led projects that have saved students more than $1 million in textbook costs.

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  • Pierce College business students put classroom lessons to work in citizenship project

    Ever since he started teaching nearly 30 years ago, Business Professor Vincent Troccoli has made it his goal to instill in his students the importance of giving back to the community.

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