Contents 1 Academics 2 Campus 3 John Shepard Stadium 4 Pierce College Farm and Farm Center 5 Weather station 6 Athletics 7 Notable alumni and staff 8 See also 9 References 10 External links


Academics[edit] Pierce College offers courses on more than 100 subjects in 92 academic disciplines, and has transfer alliances with most of the universities in the state. Students at the school successfully transfer to UC and CSU schools. Students can pursue any of the 44 associate’s degrees or 78 Certificates of Achievement the school offers directly. The western rural Farm Area, at Los Angeles Pierce College in Woodland Hills.


Campus[edit] View from the Pierce College Performing Arts Building up in the Chalk Hills, northeast across San Fernando Valley to the San Gabriel Mountains. Pierce College comprises 426 acres (172 ha) amidst a dense metropolis, an area larger than many university campuses, including that of UCLA. The grounds are landscaped with more than 2,200 trees, thousands of roses and a 1.9-acre (0.77 ha) botanical garden. The Pierce College farm houses small herds of cattle, sheep, goats, a small poultry flock, as well as a llama and an alpaca for its students to learn from. In June 2017, the Los Angeles Community College District Board Of Trustees voted to grant San Francisco Bay Area-based Pacific Dining[1] a concession for dining services, replacing several small vendors at the five LACCD colleges including Pierce.[2]


John Shepard Stadium[edit] Besides hosting the Brahmas' football and women's soccer teams, John Shepard Stadium (current capacity 5,500)[3] also has hosted many outdoor professional sporting events in San Fernando Valley history. From 1976 to 1979, the San Fernando Valley's first professional sports team, the Los Angeles Skyhawks of the American Soccer League, played their home games at the Pierce College stadium. The Los Angeles Express of the USFL played their last home game here on June 15, 1985.[4] The stadium was expanded to 16,000-person capacity for the game. Shepard Stadium hosts Nuts for Mutts, an annual dog show and pet fair that raises funds for the New Leash on Life Animal Rescue. The stadium is also the former home stadium of the San Fernando Valley Quakes men's soccer team, which competed in the USL Premier Development League. Pierce College prides itself as an environmentally-forward institution, with a 191-kilowatt solar generation system that has 1,274 photovoltaic panels and a 360-kilowatt, natural gas co-generation system. This project is the largest of its kind to be undertaken by a U.S. community college, yielding around 4.4 million kilowatt-hours of electricity a year and reducing Carbon dioxide emissions by more than 1,500 tons over its operating lifetime. The college also has a water retention pond beneath its soccer field, collecting run-off from the adjacent parking lot. The Los Angeles River is nearby to the north. Under propositions A and AA, a new water reclamation facility is also being planned, and the new facilities will meet rigorous Silver-level guidelines set by the U.S. Green Building Council for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. Old Trapper's Lodge Location Woodland Hills, Los Angeles Built 1951 to 1981 Architect John Ehn California Historical Landmark Reference no. 939 The campus is home to "Old Trapper's Lodge", California Historical Landmark No. 939, an outsider art environment that pays homage to the pioneer upbringing of its creator, John Ehn. It represents the life work of John Ehn (1897–1981), a self-taught artist who wished to pass on a sense of the Old West, derived from personal experiences, myths, and tall tales. From 1951 to 1981, using his family as models, and incorporating memorabilia, the 'Old Trapper' followed his dreams and visions to create the Lodge and its 'Boot Hill.' The artwork was moved from the original site in Sun Valley, CA, and relocated to the college.[5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18] In April 2010, after securing a $100,000 grant, Pierce College launched a 24-hour student-run online radio station, KPCRadio.com, airing a mix of music, sports and locally produced news and features. The station has a faculty adviser and a staff of 20.


Pierce College Farm and Farm Center[edit] South Gym The Pierce College Farm covers 226 acres of the college with several units for their animals. The farm has a $13 million equestrian center used for agricultural students' education that offers UC transferable courses for important animal and veterinary science programs.[19] In April of every year, the Foundation for Pierce College hosts Farmwalk, an outdoor festival including animals, activities, displays, games and music. The Farmwalk also includes face-painting, a petting-zoo and hayrides for children, all to benefit the Pierce College farm. The Farm Center on the corner of Victory and De Soto is a 32-acre parcel that was partnered between the Foundation for Pierce College and the McBroom family. The McBroom family have invested nearly $3.5 million to operate the Farm Center which covered utility, labor, insurance, and other operational costs.[19] In October the Foundation sponsored an annual Harvest Festival, featuring pumpkins grown on the Pierce farm, a five-mile (8 km) corn maze, rock climbing, games and rides for the children, a petting zoo, live music and Halloween frights for the whole family. In late December 2014, the Farm Center was evicted from Pierce College, and closed to the public.[20] The College also serves as a Los Angeles County large animal emergency evacuation center. During a slew of fires in Southern California in 2007, Pierce College sheltered and fed more than 150 horses under the direction of the L.A. County Volunteer Equine Response team. The horses were taken in for free at Pierce, and a veterinarian was onsite. Trained volunteers from Pierce's equestrian program assisted the county rescue effort.


Weather station[edit] The Pierce College weather station was one of the first to cooperate with the government to provide archived data online as well as being one of the oldest operational cooperative weather stations in the country. It was founded under the direction of Professor A. Lee Haines on July 1, 1949, two years after the college was founded. In 2009, the Pierce College Weather Station was awarded $85,000 used to provide the station with new sensors that are rare for co-op stations in the U.S.[21][22] The Weather Station organizes tours showing their equipment and their functions upon request.[23]


Athletics[edit] Pierce College currently fields 11 athletic teams, which compete in the Western State Conference. Many athletes receive scholarships to four-year universities after playing at Pierce—and Pierce has some of the top sports facilities in the San Fernando Valley. In 2009 the Pierce Brahmas won the American Pacific Conference, losing in the first round of bowl playoffs to the National Champs Mt. San Antonio College.


Notable alumni and staff[edit] This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (November 2012) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Ellen Albertini Dow, actress (The Wedding Singer) aided her husband, Eugene Francis Dow, in founding the Theater Department. Jimmy Allen, NFL defensive back Rick Auerbach, former MLB shortstop[24] Mark Balderas, keyboardist for RCA recording artist "Human Drama" Kevin Barnett, volleyball player Danny Bonaduce, actor (The Partridge Family) and radio personality Bruce Bowdin, rock drummer (The Rose Garden album) James Brilliant, investment guru Coco Crisp, baseball player Suzanne Crough, actress (The Partridge Family) Denny Crum, basketball coach Doug DeCinces, baseball player Marv Dunphy, volleyball coach Ron Goldman, murder victim, (O. J. Simpson murder case) Robin Graham, missing person (since 1970) Gary LeRoi Gray, actor Keith Green, gospel musician and songwriter Melanie Griffith, actress Mark Harmon, college football player and actor Steve Hertz, baseball coach Bernard Jackson, NFL defensive back Keith Jardine, wrestler and football player; retired mixed martial artist, formerly for the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Strikeforce, and King of the Cage[25][26] Erik Kramer, NFL quarterback Shia LaBeouf, actor Babe Laufenberg, NFL quarterback Minnette Gersh Lenier, magician and teacher of literacy Kevin Mitnick, computer security consultant, author and hacker[27] Mary Perry, volleyball player Steve Reed, baseball player Elliot Rodger, (did not graduate) perpetrator of the 2014 Isla Vista killings[28] Riley Salmon, volleyball player, 2008 Beijing Olympics Gold Medalist Bob Samuelson, volleyball player Paul Schrier, actor Scott Shaw, author, actor, filmmaker Bobby Sherman, singer, actor and songwriter Uri Treisman, professor of math and of public affairs at University of Texas at Austin, founder and executive director of the Charles A. Dana Center Barry Van Dyke, actor and son of Dick Van Dyke Ron Weaver, football player who prolonged his eligibility under an assumed name John Whitaker, actor Rodney Williams, American football player Anton Yelchin, actor Sienna Jackson, entertainment executive Barry Zito, baseball player


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