As a Pierce College student, you received a Gmail account when you registered. This account is how college officials tell students of upcoming important dates, financial aid information, registration times, withdrawals and other information.
Getting shot by Nerf guns can be fun, as anyone who participated in the Oct. 21 zombie tag event organized by Student Programs can attest to.
Finding a job now is difficult enough as it is. Being a student and trying to find a job is even harder
It’s no secret that the economy has taken its toll on college students. While some students are fortunate enough to receive financial aid, others are not all are this fortunate. And even those that do receive some form of aid still find themselves struggling through their college years.
Crappy schedules have become an integrated part of college life. Sooner or later a mandatory class or a class offered only at one time will throw off a student’s entire schedule.
Patrick Schmitt officially took over in his role as Puyallup campus president on July 1.
Students had a chance to escape their usual routine of classes in September when a laser tag dome was inflated near the Student Center.
Almost 65 students and employees participated in the blood drive hosted by Pierce College and Cascade Regional Blood Services on Oct. 6.
Haley Henricksen and Marcee Davis II were selected as the new student representatives for the college after the Oct. 13-14 elections.
With a scissors snip Oct. 1, Pierce College President Patrick Schmitt officially added a little more drama on campus