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Five Things to Know For the Week – May 27, 2014

Briefing for the week of May 26, 2014 Week 2 of Summer intersession   Monday, May 26 – Memorial Day, campus closed   Tuesday, May 27 – The School of Visual, Media, and Performing Arts presents Nomads: Printmaking at PCC. Reception for the artist begins at 12 Noon in the Boone Family Art Gallery in… Read More »

Five Things to Know For the Week – May 19, 2014

Briefing for the week of May 19, 2014 First week of Summer intersession   Congratulations on a successful commencement and a great start of the Summer intersession! I’m especially grateful to faculty and staff for guiding students to classes. You have my best wishes for a successful Summer. Please let me know if there is… Read More »

Five Things to Know for the Week – May 12, 2014

Briefing for the week of May 12, 2014 -      No classes this week –     May 11 to 17 – It’s BIKE WEEK PASADENA! Numerous free events will take place all week long. For more info, peddle over to or call 323-509-4905. Tuesday, May 13 – PCC Small Business Development Center hosts the… Read More »

Five Things to Know for the Week – May 05, 2014

  Briefing for the week of May 5, 2014 16th and final week of Spring Semester Monday, May 5 – Pasadena City Council is holding a public hearing on the Call for Review of the Conditional Use Permit and Private tree removal application for Chick-Fil-A. The public is invited to participate and comment. Meeting begins… Read More »

Five Things to Know for the Week – April 28, 2014

    Briefing for the week of April 28, 2014 15th week of Spring Semester   April 28 thru May 7 – Shatford Library has extended hours for finals.  Along with this, the library will be hosting a series of daily “De-Stress for Success” events with Therapy Pets, and an Evening Coffee Lounge. For more… Read More »

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About Mark Rocha

Mark RochaMark Rocha was appointed Superintendent/President of Pasadena City College on July 1, 2010. During his tenure, the college has approved a new Educational Master Plan that will establish PCC as a truly global community college for the 21st century. Along with an extraordinary faculty and staff, Mark Rocha has positioned Pasadena City College for an ambitious program to close the "graduation gap", the difference in the graduation rate between those who come to PCC college-prepared and those who do not. PCC was recently recognized for its efforts to close this achievement gap, winning the 2012 State Chancellor's Award for Student Success for its innovative First Year Experience Pathways Program that has significantly increased student retention and persistence and has grown to serve over 1,500 students. "Our faculty, staff and managers are the best and they are carrying on our ninety year Heritage of Excellence", says Mark Rocha.
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