PCC held its annual ILEA Summit in-person for the first time since 2019, where higher education professionals from across the state shared issues facing their campuses.read more
Sharing PCC’s analyses of local, state, and federal policies impacting college access and success, insights from higher education leaders on equity-centered plans and practices, and student perspectives about the urgent need for greater college access and affordability to support them realizing their career aspirations.
Student Advisory Council members shared their thoughts on what lawmakers and higher education professionals can do to help first-generation college students.read more
It is clear that our lawmakers and institutions need to prioritize first-gen students to support their success.read more
In the spirit of storytelling, PCC invites its supporters and partners to learn more about its team members.read more
This fall, the award-winning screenwriter/director/actor and producer Rick Najera’s “Latino Thought Makers” discussion series returned to Morton College, where it kicked off this year’s programming with a special...read more
Senator Turner, a lifelong resident of Illinois and graduate of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign where she earned a degree in legal studies, worked as a juvenile probation...read more