Students are isolated through social distancing, virtual learning, masks and plexiglass. Professors teach through screens or in classrooms that aren't full. It is taking a tremendous amount of time and resources to make this school year both safe and successful.
Students choose PUC because they want more than just a diploma on graduation day. As we know, the connections and memories that are made at PUC last a lifetime as students live, work and grow together.
Now more than ever, we want to ensure all our students — facing uncertainty, insecurity, and unprecedented challenges — can still have the same meaningful experiences and education that make time at PUC so transformative.