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Los Angeles Pierce College, also known as Pierce College and Pierce, is a that serves 22,000 students each semester in the northern of , a community within the region of the ,. Pierce College is one of the nine colleges of the and is accredited through the. Los Angeles Pierce College Type Public Established 1947 Dr. Kathleen Burke-Kelly Students 23,000 Address 6201 Winnetka Avenue , 91371 , Woodland Hills, California, United States Campus Urban; 426 acres 172 ha Scarlet and White Athletics — Brahmas Affiliations Mascot Brahma Bull Website For the four year college in , see The college began with 70 students and 18 faculty members on September 15, 1947. Originally known as the Clarence W. Nine years later, in 1956, the school was renamed to Los Angeles Pierce Junior College, retaining the name of its founder, Dr. Pierce, as well as his commitment to agricultural and veterinary study. Pierce still maintains a 225-acre 91 ha working farm for hands-on training. View from the Pierce College Performing Arts Building up in the , northeast across to the. Pierce College comprises 426 acres 172 ha amidst a dense metropolis, an area larger than many university campuses, including that of. The grounds are landscaped with more than 2,200 trees, thousands of roses and a 1. 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 a concession for dining services, replacing several small vendors at the five LACCD colleges including Pierce. Besides hosting the Brahmas’ football and women’s soccer teams, John Shepard Stadium current capacity 5,500 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 of the , played their home games at the Pierce College stadium. The of the played their last home game here on June 15, 1985. 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 men’s soccer team, which competed in the. Pierce College prides itself as an environmentally-forward institution, with a 191-kilowatt that has 1,274 and a 360-, natural gas co-generation system. This project is the largest of its kind to be undertaken by a U. The college also has a beneath its soccer field, collecting run-off from the adjacent parking lot. The is nearby to the north. Under propositions A and AA, a new facility is also being planned, and the new facilities will meet rigorous Silver-level guidelines set by the for. Old Trapper’s Lodge




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