Join us for a weekend of fun, friends, and fellowship, April 19-21, 2019.
To honor Rita Hoshino, the college and her friends are raising funds to rename and renovate the student center as well as create new student leadership training programs.
It’s time for an extreme makeover—PUC’s residence halls range in age from 40-100.
Help preserve our history by giving generously to protect our land.
The Walter C. Utt Center for Adventist History will include a reading room for students and researchers as well as a state-of-the-art venue to host academic conferences in the Percy and John Christian Civil Rights Conference Center.
What’s your favorite place at PUC? The honors seminar room in Irwin Hall. If the walls could tell stories … All the great discussions held in the room and the great history faculty meetings held in the same room when I returned as a history professor after graduation.
What professor at PUC had the biggest impact on you? Tammy McGuire in the department of communication, because of her creative and collaborative approach to learning that forces one to push beyond average performance and achieve academic excellence.
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