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Project Access students succeed; program grows

The entire first cohort of Project Access students completed their General Office Level 1 Certificate in December 2017, and 85 percent of them are continuing their college education to work toward a second certification. Read More >

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Project Access students succeed; program grows

The entire first cohort of Project Access students completed their General Office Level 1 Certificate in December 2017, and 85 percent of them are continuing their college education to work toward a second certification. Read More >

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Learning from our community makes us strong

This year, Palo Alto College faculty, staff, students, and partners are coming together to build a new strategic plan that will guide the College though the next five years. Read More >

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Have you set your New Year's Resolution?

2018 has arrived and it’s the time of year to set your New Year’s Resolution! If you’re not already signed up to attend Palo Alto College, it’s not too late to begin your educational journey with us. Read More >

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Grant helping students pay for childcare

A half-million-dollar grant awarded to Palo Alto College will help student parents pay for childcare at the College’s Ray Ellison Family Center over the next four years. Read More >

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PAC athlete receives scholarship to play for university

Palo Alto College student athlete, Francisco “Nate” Martinez, signed a letter of intent on Nov. 29 to play for North American University’s Stallion basketball team beginning in spring 2018. Read More >

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Students’ written, artistic talents recognized nationally

This fall, four student writers and artists were individually recognized by the Community Colleges Humanities Association for their contributions to the Eleven Rivers Review, Palo Alto College’s literary journal. Read More >

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PAC ranked #1 in region

Palo Alto College is the only college in the region to earn a national ranking this year from RateMyProfessors.com. Read More >

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PAC student singer selected to perform at Carnegie Hall

Palo Alto College music student Alexander Montalvo has been selected to perform at the prestigious Young Adult Honors Performance Series at Carnegie Hall. Read More >

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$1.3M grant to assist high schoolers with college prep

Palo Alto College has been awarded a five year, $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to help high school students excel in math and science. Read More >

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Study Tips from Tutors

As we approach the middle of the 16-week semester, PAC tutors put together a list of tips to help students make the most of their study time. Read More >

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    Project Access students succeed; program grows

    Monday, February 19, 2018
    The entire first cohort of Project Access students completed their General Office Level 1 Certificate in December 2017, and 85 percent of them are continuing their college education to work toward a second certification. Read More >
  • Community-112x66

    Learning from our community makes us strong

    Wednesday, February 14, 2018
    This year, Palo Alto College faculty, staff, students, and partners are coming together to build a new strategic plan that will guide the College though the next five years. Read More >
  • Three Colleges Set Interviews for Aspen Prize

    Monday, January 29, 2018
    The Aspen Institute has informed Alamo Colleges District - San Antonio College, Palo Alto College and Northwest Vista College that they have advanced to the next round of competition for the prestigious $1 million Aspen Prize. Read More >
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    Have you set your New Year's Resolution?

    Monday, January 1, 2018
    2018 has arrived and it’s the time of year to set your New Year’s Resolution! If you’re not already signed up to attend Palo Alto College, it’s not too late to begin your educational journey with us. Read More >