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The PCPA Foundation recently welcomed Jim Bray as board president and member Shawnah Van Gronigen during the July board meeting.
While Hancock College plans to have as many students as possible back on campus for the start of the 2021-22 school year in August, details about masking requirements and instruction formats remain unknown.
GUEST COMMENTARY To change the odds for future generations, you must remove barriers. At Hancock, we are committed to removing barriers by supporting students academically, financially, and emotionally. Our community’s support of this mission is critical and we welcome you to join us in changing the odds for Northern Santa Barbara County.
Sandy Pu’a, a former offensive line coach for Hancock College’s football team, died from a fentanyl overdose in February, according to a San Luis Obispo County Sheriff-Coroner’s autopsy report.
GUEST COMMENTARY Thanks to the generosity of our local communities and support from the Allan Hancock College Board of Trustees, we are very happy to announce the creation of Promise Plus – a program that will waive tuition and fees for every full-time student at Allan Hancock College who registers for the 2021-22 and 2022-23 academic years.
PCPA is seeking affordable housing for emerging theater artists in training at the theater's conservatory.
Hundreds of decorated cars filled with excited students and family members streamed onto Hancock College's campus Friday to honor the 100th gr…
Allan Hancock College will celebrate its 100th Anniversary this weekend, and invites the community to a special Centennial Celebration Saturday. The streaming event will celebrate Hancock’s history with a mix of music, video, and historical photos.
GUEST COMMENTARY On May 21, 2021, Hancock will hold its 100th commencement ceremony. As we did last summer, we have organized and emphasized a safe drive-through and live-stream the ceremony so that families can watch their graduates walk across the stage and collect their diploma in person. Happy 100, Hancock. Here’s to many more!