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Working to End Housing Insecurity

We at PPCC are building and leading efforts to end housing insecurity in our community. By working toward promoting affordable housing and working toward creating more stable neighborhoods, we will make our communities better and bring people out of homelessness.

Why is PPCC Fighting Housing Insecurity?

Pursuing a degree at PPCC can be one of the greatest challenges that our students undertake in their lives. Those students that contend with homelessness, or the risk of homelessness, face additional challenges that can make finding success difficult. We at PPCC are committed to fighting housing insecurity by being thought leaders and advocates. Students succeed at PPCC, regardless of their housing status. 

Our Guiding Principles

  • Housing insecurity can lessen a student's potential to succeed.
  • We are committed to working to allow our students to reach their full potential.
  • PPCC has an obligation as a steward of our community to act against housing insecurity.
  • To serve our students and community, we will partner with local, state, federal, business, and non-profit partners to make our community housing secure and affordable.

The Community Table

PPCC's Community Table is a food pantry and common space for students, faculty, and staff. Additionally, The Community Table offers:

  • United Way 211 Navigators are available to connect you with community resources
  • Global Village Roundtable discussions Thursdays at 11am
  • Information on undergraduate research opportunities--EXPLORE
  • COSI Scholars' program coaching

Location and Hours for the Community Table

Located at the Centennial Campus in room A312

Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00pm

Volunteer with PPCC Cares

Become a Volunteer

Email PPCC Cares

Community Resources

Free and confidential; walk-ins or by appointment to link you with the resources you need.

Centennial Campus, The Community Table, A312


Call 719-502-4525