MANCOS – Representatives of Pueblo Community College Southwest and Habitat for Humanity of Montezuma County expect a new collaboration to benefit students and the community. Leaders from both organizations gathered on Sept. 25 to celebrate the...
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PCC Southwest, Habitat for Humanity announce partnership
MANCOS – Representatives of Pueblo Community College Southwest and Habitat for Humanity of Montezuma County expect a new collaboration to benefit students and...
PCC summer 2023 honors list
PCC summer 2023 honors list Pueblo Community College is proud to recognize students whose academic achievements earned them inclusion on the summer 2023 honors...
PCC celebrates first industrial sewing class
Pueblo Corporate College, a division of Pueblo Community College, is celebrating the completion of its first industrial sewing class. Students displayed some of...
Welding students fulfill major need for southern Colorado wolf sanctuary
Three inches of water may not sound like a lot. When it comes in the form of a slow-moving rainstorm, however, it can become a soggy nightmare. That was the...
PCC to offer bachelor’s degree in health information management
PUEBLO – Pueblo Community College this fall will become the only college in Colorado to offer a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in health information...
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While studying in PCC’s mass communications program, brothers Mark and Mike DeHerrera produced commercials, live games for Altitude Sports, and broadcasts of high-profile local events. They helped create dozens of episodes of a national TV show for Little Britches Rodeo – planning, scripting, filming and editing.