About the Bond

Thanks to voters throughout the region, PCC’s bond program was approved in November 2008. PCC is committed to providing up-to-date information and opportunities for input and engagement throughout the planning and implementation of all of the bond program projects.

With increasing enrollment, PCC programs are at capacity
The bond could not have passed at a better time. PCC faces many challenges in meeting the workforce needs of our five-county region, including:
• Increasing enrollment
• Keeping classroom technology up-to-date
• Programs that are at capacity

Enrollment at PCC is increasing dramatically as people go back to school to retrain after layoffs or choose community colleges as the smart way to pursue a higher education. In fall 2009, enrollment was up 15 percent (FTE) year over year, for the ninth consecutive term of growth at the college.


The bond will add space, update technology and more
Fortunately, voters recognized this need and responded. As a result of receiving a “Yes” on the 2008 PCC bond measure, PCC will be able to:

With the bond program come the opportunities to fulfill our vision of offering an accessible, quality college education to every member in our community and to provide development and job opportunities throughout the PCC district. To learn more about the history of the bond, explore the archived Bond Campaign site.

Vision for PCC’s 2008 Bond Program
We create new educational opportunities for generations to come by building and renovating facilities that sustain our resources, delight our students, exceed the expectations of district citizens for superior educational resources, enhance our communities, and inspire generations to achieve their educational goals.

Guiding Principles

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