Prairie State College
Prairie State College assistant professor Natalie McGathey, left, and associate professor Christine Brooms, right, welcomed district high school students to the recent STEM@PSC Summer Science and Math Camp held at the college. Among the student participants were, from second from left, Tyron…
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Students from throughout the south suburbs participated in a summer science and math camp at Prairie State College.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | A selection of works from Prairie State College Photographer of the Year honoree Carole Rose will be on display through Sept. 18 in the Christopher Art Gallery on the college’s main campus at 202 S. Halsted St.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Start Near, Go Far is the Prairie State College tagline, and two recent graduates are exemplifying that message with their outstanding academic achievements.
Starting college or returning to school after an absence can be daunting at any age. But, if it has been a while since you were in a classroom or since high school graduation, it can be overwhelming.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Kim Marisa Kunce, dean of adult education at Prairie State College, recently completed an intensive two-year training as a Certified Manager in Program Improvement. This national certification makes her a member of an elite group of professional managers in the adult educat…
Kim Marisa Kunce, dean of adult education at Prairie State College.
All the PSC police officers who participated joined in at the end of the water challenge.
Police Chief John Murphy received a dousing from his fellow officers Tuesday at Prairie State College as part of a charity event.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | At 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, the Prairie State College Police Department accepted the Cold Water Challenge to raise money for charity.
Executive Director of Human Resources David Cronan dumps ice water on police Officer Daniel Vaci at the water challenge Tuesday at Prairie State College. PSC officers donated money to the Police Officer Down Memorial Page in exchange for getting soaked with water.
If you still haven’t finalized your educational plans, attending a community college this fall is an excellent option.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Registration for fall 2014 is open at Prairie State College. Credit courses begin Aug. 18. Noncredit courses include a variety of single-day and multiple-session offerings that begin throughout the fall.
Adolescent asthma seminar at IUN
Spring 2014 graduates of the Prairie State College Basic Firefighter program recently performed an exercise called "Car Fire Practicum Day" to learn how to put out car fires.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Prairie State College recently held a special graduation ceremony for the Basic Firefighter program on the main campus of PSC, at 202 S. Halsted St.
When you think of summer, you don’t always think about college. But, maybe you should. Taking a college course in the summer can lighten your load in the fall and make your next academic year a bit more manageable.
The Student Review at Prairie State College recently was recognized with a number of awards in the annual state competition sponsored by the Illinois Community College Journalism Association.
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