Kelley works out on one of the library’s new fit desks. The poster,
which is on display at the library, was created to encourage reading.
When Brian Kelley first walked into the library at Palm Beach Community College in 1988, his first question was where are the computers?
Kelley, who was the new library director for the Lake Worth campus, discovered there was only one computer that was still wrapped in its box and hidden in a closet. … Continue reading Kelley reflects on library changes as PBSC career ends
From Contact magazine, Winter 2015-16
Six vivid paintings of Roosevelt Junior College alumni and staff hang from a wall on the second floor of Palm Beach State’s Lake Worth campus library.
Other than a whirring printer, it is quiet on this particular day. Across the room, students are busy at computer stations, some with headphones draping their ears. Most of them are millennials unfamiliar with the stories and the history behind the images of Ineria Hudnell, … Continue reading 50 Years Later – The Merger of Two Junior Colleges
Palm Beach State College employees and students opened their pantries and their wallets to provide food for the homeless, as well as individuals and families in need.
A food drive has been underway over the last five weeks on the Lake Worth campus for donation to CROS Ministries, which operates six food pantries in Palm Beach County and one in Martin County. At least 150 boxes of food have been collected for the drive that ends today. … Continue reading Palm Beach State pitches in to provide food for those in need
Liz Murray, author of a best-selling memoir of growing up with drug-addicted parents and overcoming homelessness, will speak at Palm Beach State College Oct. 21-22.
Murray will speak at 3:30 p.m. Oct. 21 in the Meldon Lecture Hall at the Palm Beach Gardens campus, 3160 PGA Blvd. She will speak again at 9:30 a.m. Oct. 22 at the Public Safety Training Center (Room 108) at the Lake Worth campus, 4200 Congress Ave. Students will have an opportunity to ask questions. … Continue reading New York Times best-selling author to speak at Palm Beach State