The Paris Junior College board of regents will welcome a new members at their meeting Monday evening. The meeting will take place virtually, and after thanking Jim Bell for his service on the board, the oath of office will be given to Dr. Linda Capp.
Paris Junior College has received a $10,000 donation for early childhood education scholarships from Atmos Energy. The first-time partnership between PJC and Atmos will assist education for students attending PJC in Paris, Greenville and Sulphur Springs.
Through the Texas Community College Teachers Association, PJC has partnered with JobReady to offer high-quality skills training at an affordable price.
The partnership between Paris Junior College and the Texas Department of Emergency Management to offer free Covid-19 mobile testing will now be extended to Wednesday, Nov. 23.
On the 11th day of November, at the 11th hour, Paris Junior College saluted all veterans and paid honor to the former students who died while serving in the military.
In keeping with Covid-19 pandemic guidelines, the Paris Junior College Drama Department will open the free drama “Rossum’s Universal Robots” or “RUR” on a virtual stage this week.
After the Dylan’s Drivers organization ceased operation during the Covid-19 pandemic, its resources endowed a new Dylan Ballard scholarship at Paris Junior College.
Paris Junior College will observe Veterans Day at 11 a.m. Wednesday. The ceremony will be held entirely outside this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
New equipment and future plans for the nursing programs were showcased in a report to the Paris Junior College Board of Regents during a virtual meeting Monday.
Paris Junior College’s drama department will hold virtual auditions for the second production in PJC Drama’s Virtual/Reality Season, “Alice in Cyberspace,” on Oct. 29 and 30.
The Paris Junior College trustees will meet Monday evening to discuss a report on the registered nurse and licensed vocational nursing programs at the school.
The Paris Junior College Board of Regents agreed to increase the tax rate slightly, from $0.084 cents to $0.089 cents per $100 valuation at Monday night’s meeting.
Brookshire Grocery Co. announced the establishment of the “Focus on the Future” scholarship program in partnership with more than 40 universities and colleges in Texas, Louisiana and Arkansas, including Paris Junior College.
Helping our area students achieve their goals is a challenge Paris Junior College has always risen to.
The college has proposed a slight tax increase raising the rate from $0.084 per $100 valuation to $0.089 to help offset costs for gathering taxes and losses from the pandemic.
Paris Junior College students began moving into the residence halls on Friday and Saturday in preparation for the start of the fall semester on Tuesday, Sept. 8. Late registration will continue Tuesday and Wednesday and students may contact Admissions at 903-782-0425.
A surprise drive-by parade Friday evening to celebrate the retirement of long-time community leader Derald Bulls from Paris Junior College drew supporters by the hundreds.
Paris Junior College is cruising along with Covid-19 plans, and it will right up until someone tells officials they can’t.
Paris Junior College’s board of regents agreed to raise their tax rate from 8.4 cents per $100 valuation to 8.9 cents in an effort to offset losses from the ongoing pandemic and costs related to taxes.
The Paris Junior College Board of Regents is scheduled to also look into taking action on a property deposit and set the date for the property tax hearing.
While remote registration continues, PJC has reopened some buildings to the public and is offering on-campus one-and-done registration events starting Saturday. Fall classes begin Sept. 8.