Pierce College Campus Alerts


Think Spring at Pierce College to Achieve Your Goals

Spring Semester—beginning Feb. 6, 2017—is the perfect time to make a fresh commitment to your educational goals. The Spring Schedule of Classes posted online Oct. 26, 2016 and Continuing Students can register November 17. [more]

Register Now for Winter Intersession

The Winter Intersession class schedule for 2017 is now posted and registration for Continuing Students began Oct. 26, 2016. Winter is only five weeks long, from Jan. 3 – February 4. It’s a great opportunity to take two classes and pick up six units to keep you moving towards your degree. View the schedule and list of classes at .... [more]

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Drama "Fences" Opens December 2 on Mainstage

Los Angeles Pierce College Theatre’s 2016-2017 Season will continue in December with August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play, Fences. Performances begin Friday, December 2 and continue through Sunday, December 11 in the LAPC Performing Arts Mainstage. [more]

New Menus from Falafelicious Catering in the Pierce Food Court Introduced

Choices abound in these new menus for breakfast, lunch, dinner and desserts now posted from Pierce's new food court's vendor, Falafelicious Catering. [more]

LAPC Theatre to Open New Season with Classic French Comedy "Tartuffe"

Los Angeles Pierce College Theatre’s 2016-2017 Season will open in October with Moliè’s classic French comedy, Tartuffe, translated by Richard Wilbur. Performances begin Friday, October 21 and continue through Sunday, October 30 in the Dow Arena Theatre. Orgon's household is under the influence of a seductive swindler... [more]

Last Chance To Register to Vote is Oct. 24 - Are You In?

Stunningly, only 8% of eligible youth aged 18-24 voted in the 2014 general election. Only 52% of eligible youth were even registered to vote, more than 20 points below any other age group. Have you registered to vote? Do it now at this link... [more]

Death Penalty and Marijuana Legalization Top October’s Day of Politics

Seventeen propositions will be on the ballot for decision-making this November and some of these will be explored in Pierce College’s Oct. 19 Day of Politics. Debates, Q&As and candidate presentations are on deck from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Great Hall to help get ready for the vote. [more]