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About Pima

Pima Community College is a two-year college serving the greater Tucson metropolitan area at six locations throughout Pima County. Founded in 1966, Pima's credit courses award certificates and associate's degrees in a variety of fields. PCC also provides workforce development, career training programs, continuing education, and adult education.

Pima is committed to providing convenient, affordable, and accessible high quality education with the power to transform the lives of our students, and improve our community.

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  • History & Mission

    The mission of Pima Community College is to develop our community through learning. This mission, along with our vision and values, provide the framework for College activities.

    Pima's history shows a firm commitment to making a difference in our community.

  • Governance

    Pima is governed by a five-member board of governors representing Pima County’s supervisory districts. 

    You can find specific administrators by exploring Pima's college organization.

  • Strategic Planning

    Pima is involving employees, students and the community in developing the College Strategic Plan.

  • Accreditation

    Pima is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.  On April 6, 2013 the HLC placed the College on probation due to several concerns.  While on probation, the College remains fully accredited

    Several specialized programs have also been accredited or certified by agencies in authority. 

  • Policies

    Pima maintains standard policies, regulations and standard practice guides. Policies reflect Pima's institutional goals and are implemented through Standard Practice Guides.

  • Reports

    Pima regularly compiles reports measuring the institution's performance, student achievement, financial activity, and adherence to federal and state regulations.

History & Mission

The mission of Pima Community College is to develop our community through learning. This mission, along with our vision and values, provide the framework for College activities.

Pima's history shows a firm commitment to making a difference in our community.

Governance

Pima is governed by a five-member board of governors representing Pima County’s supervisory districts. 

You can find specific administrators by exploring Pima's college organization.

Strategic Planning

Pima is involving employees, students and the community in developing the College Strategic Plan.

Accreditation

Pima is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.  On April 6, 2013 the HLC placed the College on probation due to several concerns.  While on probation, the College remains fully accredited

Several specialized programs have also been accredited or certified by agencies in authority. 

Policies

Pima maintains standard policies, regulations and standard practice guides. Policies reflect Pima's institutional goals and are implemented through Standard Practice Guides.

Reports

Pima regularly compiles reports measuring the institution's performance, student achievement, financial activity, and adherence to federal and state regulations.