Set among mountains, forests, and the Pacific Ocean, Peninsula College is a 2-year community college on Washington state’s Olympic Peninsula. PC is home to eleven academic departments and numerous courses take advantage of the college’s dynamic setting with trips into the field at Olympic National Park to study native plant and animal habitats. To better serve its Native American student population, PC offers an Associate of Arts Bridge and Native Pathways Bachelor of Arts program that utilize the leadership of area tribes. Throughout the year, PC schedules a number of all-campus cultural events including Magic of Cinema screenings, the Maier Hall Concert Series, and Stadium Generale academic speakers.
Peninsula College provides a comfortable and dynamic learning environment for all its students, no matter their station in life. A graduate of Peninsula College will be well prepared for the next academic or vocational post they hold. Nestled at the base of the Olympic Mountains, a Peninsula College attendee has a beautiful and serene view from any classroom.
John from Carlsborg, WA
It's a great small town college, working on improving itself and growing. They have quite a few 2-year and 4-year programs for all walks of life. It's a charming campus and community focused.