Peninsula College has wrapped up a $150,000 National Endowment for the Humanities CARES Grant that supported humanities faculty and staff positions and... Read More
Earlier this week Peninsula College President, Dr. Luke Robins, informed the College Board of Trustees that he intends to retire from his position at the end... Read More
Peninsula College will celebrate its 59th commencement with multiple in-person graduation events June 18 and 19.
More financial aid is available than ever before for Peninsula College students, including a guaranteed $1,000 PC Foundation award for newly enrolled students... Read More
As many of you may know, the remains of at least 215 children were recently unearthed from a mass grave at the Kamloops Indian... Read More
Nordland’s Grace Johnson and Sequim’s Hope Glasser were among the six athletic award winners announced by the Peninsula College athletic department during... Read More
Welding students at Peninsula College will have another skill to add to their arsenal with the allocation of funding for a state of art CNC Plasma system,... Read More
The Olympic Peninsula High School Art Exhibition at Peninsula College features 39 artworks that include ceramics, collage,... Read More
Dear Campus Community,
Comments are invited on proposed changes to the Peninsula College District 1 Washington Administrative Code (WAC).
A virtual public hearing to receive... Read More
Story written by Matthew Nash of the Olympic Peninsula News Group
The Peninsula College Foundation, in partnership with EDC Engineering LLC in Seattle, is offering an annual full tuition scholarship for a first and second-... Read More
Millions of Washingtonians, including Peninsula College students, have been adversely impacted and have endured economic hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic... Read More
Kascia Muscutt, Tommylia Dunbar and Mackenzie Huotari will serve as student body president and vice presidents respectively as Peninsula College announced its... Read More