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Open since 1970, the West Campus is the oldest and largest of PCC’s six campuses, with nearly 13,000 students.

PCC’s 16 intercollegiate teams for men and women compete at West Campus, which has ball fields, a track, a gymnasium and renovated fitness spaces. Go Aztecs!

West Campus’ library has comfortable spaces for reading and studying, and contains a collection specializing in health, art and graphic design, ethnic studies and Mexican history.

West Campus features top-flight health-related professions programs such as Nursing, Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Care and Dental Studies.

Professionals, students, faculty and community members entertain and enlighten audiences at West Campus’ Center for the Arts.

West Campus

The West Campus offers a full range of academic programs.  The Nursing and health-related professional programs, Digital Arts, and Visual and Performing Arts programs are housed here.  International Student Services and College athletics also are centered here.

Digital Arts

Digital Arts

The Digital Arts Program prepares students for careers in web design, film and video, graphic design, gaming and simulation, illustration and digital photography.  Students receive hands-on instruction using the latest technology.

Fine Arts

Fine Arts

Students pursuing careers in dance can hone their skills in a state-of-the art dance studio.  Dance students give public performances at the Center for the Arts.

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)

The Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics programs prepare students for university transfer.  The campus offers a comprehensive program in Laboratory Sciences including biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, astronomy and geology.