Peninsula College is proud to host “Dia de Culturas: Celebrating Latin American Diversity” at the Forks Campus on October 15, in celebration of National... Read More
Area basketball fans can help the Peninsula College women’s basketball team get back to the Northwest Athletic Conference championship by participating in the... Read More
Adult soccer, volleyball, and basketball leagues will get under way at Peninsula College over the next month.
The North Olympic Library System (NOLS) is hosting the second annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day Poetry Reading in celebration of poetry created and performed by... Read More
Fall quarter is fast approaching and Peninsula College is eager to welcome students back to campus with staffing and services to ensure their success.... Read More
What began as a creative pandemic pivot has turned into a win for Peninsula College students, providing access to top vocal instruction talent through the ... Read More
A $201,278.00 Job Skills Program (JSP) Grant, secured by Peninsula College, will allow local employer McKinley Paper to reduce the time needed to upskill entry... Read More
Information courtesy of WA State Employee Assistance Program.
The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction partnered with the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges to support high school students pursuing... Read More
Hot air balloon rides, a zip line, hands-on learning activities, live music, and a beer garden are just a few of the experiences on tap for Peninsula College’s... Read More
In April, the Peninsula College Board of Trustees unanimously elected Suzanne Ames, Ed.D, as the institution’s seventh president after an extensive, nationwide... Read More
Eleven female authors who wrote counternarratives to the “sexism, racism, classism, and homophobia that women faced during the Jazz Age,” are featured in... Read More
Peninsula College has launched a new audio podcast honoring poet and short story writer, Raymond Carver. Carver lived the last 10 years of his life in Port... Read More