members interested in learning about how education can translate into
qualifying for great careers are encouraged to attend the upcoming Educational
Pathways Fair at Pueblo Community College. The event will take place 3-6 p.m.
Thursday, July 24, in PCC’s Fortino Ballroom, located in the Student Center.
event is for any prospective student, whether it be for the upcoming 2014 fall
semester that will begin next month or at some time in the future. The intent
is to showcase PCC’s certificate and associate degree programs and to describe
the marketable job skills they can provide.
will have a great opportunity to meet with academic representatives, learn
program details and get questions answered. Those starting the enrollment
process for the 2014 fall semester classes during the fair will have their
registration and assessment testing fees waived and can find out about PCC’s
transfer opportunities into four-year schools. They also will be entered into a
is a wonderful opportunity for potential students to learn more about the
college, their field of interest and what incredible opportunities become
available once they complete their course work," said PCC President Patty
Erjavec. “We pride ourselves for providing the support that each students needs
to earn a certificate or degree here.”
fall semester classes will begin Aug. 18, and registration is currently underway
in the Go!Zone enrollment area of the Student Center, located at the corner of
Orman Avenue and Harrison Street. All new PCC students are required to attend
an orientation and should sign up for a session when enrolling.
more information, call 549-3116. PCC’s website address is www.pueblocc.edu.
Founded in 1933, Pueblo Community College is a premier teaching institution focused on providing academic and service excellence to help its students acquire the 21st Century skills needed to better their lives. An educational and technological leader, PCC fosters economic development and utilizes strong partnerships in the communities it serves through its Pueblo, Fremont and Southwest campuses.