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All are welcome at Global Village as we share experiences, explore culture, and make connections

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Feliz Hispanic Heritage Month!

PPCC Latino Voces

coming soon

Join the Global Village Roundtables!

Make Connections, Share Experiences, Value Culture


All students are welcome to participate in student-led discussions on global, local, cultural and student issues. While the  topic and theme varies, each week we seek to:

  • Explore the concept of global community
  • Discuss current global and cultural topics
  • Build a student network of shared values and understanding at PPCC
  • Gain understanding, tolerance, and appreciation


Need More Info? Want to Get Involved? Contact Us!

Centennial Campus Faculty Mentor - Assistant Professor Bruce McCluggage - (719) 502-3493 
Rampart Campus Faculty Mentor - Assistant Professor Miki Anderson - (719) 502-3506
Downtown Campus Faculty Mentor - Associate Professor Amy Cornish - (719) 502-3114
General Inquiries - High Impact Practices -

Discussion Topics

Hear about issues from a global perspective

September 20th-24th
Mental Health: Awareness and Resources

September 27th - October 1st
Student Success: Academia and life!

Locations and Times:

Rampart Range Campus 
Tuesdays, 1:00pm-2:00pm

Centennial Campus
The Grove
Wednesdays, 12:30pm-1:30pm

Downtown Studio Campus: TBA


*we have signs on tables to help you find the groups

September 20th-24th

Mental Health: Awareness and Resources

Think critically about the effect that mental health has on our lives - including school, jobs, and relationships with others. Consider some of the issues that mentally ill people struggle with in order to do things that others may view “normal” or “simple”. September 10th is significant to mental health because it is the World Suicide Prevention Day.
Mental health disabling issues such as depression, are among the most common of the long list of complex and interrelated factors that can contribute to the feelings of pain and hopelessness underling suicide. 

Reflect on your experience with mental health and how it can be positively encouraged in our college and community:
•    How can we help support students and friends with mental illness - especially during tough times, crisis, or trauma? 
•    What kinds of mental health resources exist in different countries? Does this affect the country’s overall physical health?
•    Why do you think the suicide rates in the U.S. are so high? Are those rates as high in other countries?
•    How has the Covid-19 pandemic added to this stress? How are people dealing with this sad situation?