2016 staff and faculty photo scheduled
The 2016 PCC faculty and staff group photo shoot will take place at 3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29, in the Wells Fargo Amphitheater. Please wear your 2016 PCC T-shirt and arrive a few minutes before 3:00.
Here's to health! Sign up for the Weight Loss Challenge
Registration for the 1933 Weight Loss Challenge takes place this week. Join fellow PCC students and staff, as well as community members, for this 16-week opportunity to get healthier! It’s free and prizes will be given every four weeks, as well as grand prizes at the end of the challenge. Sign up and get details in the Rec Center (SC-153) or Health Clinic (MT-118), or at the Fitness Connections event from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday in Hoag Plaza.
New scholarship to help students who are near the finish line
The Foundation for Colorado Community Colleges has introduced the Last Mile Scholarship. It iss available to any current full- or part-time student who has 15 or fewer credit hours remaining to attain their associate degree. You must be a Colorado resident, have unmet financial need and be able to complete the degree in the same term for which you apply for the scholarship. Details are available from the Financial Aid office, 549-3020.
Help us create a happy holiday for PCC students
Buy a 2016 PCC T in the bookstore and 100 percent of the money will go to the Panther Student Pantry, Phi Theta Kappa and Associated Student Government efforts to provide dinners for PCC students and their families this Thanksgiving. Shirts are $6 plus tax.
Notes . . .
• Fall Fest winners - Adam Vasquez and Nathan Grisham were the top guessers in the PCC Library’s Fall Fest contest. Their task: Guess how many books are in the library. Adam and Nathan got closest to the answer – 16,057 – and each won a pair of Google Cardboard Virtual Reality Glasses; Adam, whose guess was closest, also received three books. Jordyn Hiner won a drawing at the PCC Cabinet table and received gift cards for Tinseltown and Buffalo Wild Wings.
Quote for the Day
"In all debates, let truth be thy aim, not victory, or an unjust interest.” ~ William Penn