Peninsula College’s Fourth Annual Moving Pictures Film Festival will be held Wednesday, June 7, 2016 at 7:00 pm in the Maier Performance Hall at the College.... Read More
Biologist John Calmbokidis of the Cascadia Research Collective will speak on the return of humpback and gray whales to the Salish Sea on Monday June 5, at 6:30... Read More
The Peninsula College Medical Assisting Program will hold its annual pinning ceremony on Saturday, June 17, at 10:30 am in the college’s Little Theater.... Read More
May 25 will henceforth be “Raymond Carver Day” in Port Angeles. The internationally-renowned writer and poet, Raymond Carver, born on May 25, will be honored... Read More
Three Peninsula College students were recently named winners of the PC English Department Essay Awards. Rose Elaine Alexander, Kristopher Gonyo, and Eric Ernst... Read More
For the first time Peninsula College Students in the Advanced Manufacturing and Composites Program will enter and compete in the SAMPE bridge building... Read More
Peninsula College will celebrate the grand opening of its new Allied Health and Early Childhood Education Building, located on the Port Angeles main campus at... Read More
Study abroad in Moscow and St. Petersburg Russia with Peninsula College Graphic Design Professor, Marina Shipova in March 2018.
Current and former Peninsula College students are encouraged to submit their video work for the Fourth Annual Moving Pictures Festival.
Please join Magic of Cinema on Thursday, May 11, at 7:00 pm in Maier Performance Hall for a screening of Tickling Giants.
Discover the connection between coursework and the real world, and the resources in place to keep our community healthy and safe, as Peninsula College Campus... Read More
Peninsula College celebrates its annual Earth Week with an array of events ranging from faculty presentations to a beach cleanup.
Join the nationally-ranked, NWAC Champion Pirates for a fun day of exhibition soccer at Sigmar Field at the Peninsula College Campus. The Pirates will take on... Read More