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Families of Students

Families play an important role in the academic success of our students.

See why Pima is the right place for your student and learn how you can help them succeed.


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  • Why Pima?

    Choosing a college is a serious decision. With so many colleges out there, it can be hard to tell one from the other. Pima matches the quality of instruction found in four-year institutions while also providing an affordable education with:

    Pima’s variety of occupational and transfer programs along with our small class sizes provide an opportunity for students to test their new knowledge and skills in a practical setting.

  • Dates & Deadlines

    Help your student stay on top of their education by being aware of the many dates and deadlines associated with applying for school, qualifying for financial aid, enrolling in classes, and changing schedules.

    Follow links below for Dates and Deadlines related to:

  • Services for your Student

    Pima has built a robust support network to help our students achieve academically, manage their time and budget, and prepare for the next phase of their education or career path.

    Pima students are surrounded by comprehensive academic support including:

  • Health & Safety

    We understand the importance of knowing that your student will be safe and secure at Pima. With thousands of students spread out across multiple campuses, we take our health and safety responsibilities seriously.

    Pima Community College's Department of Public Safety serves each of our six campuses 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

  • Student Privacy Policy

    Pima Community College limits access to student data, including grades, transcripts, and other educational records, in compliance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act 1974 (FERPA). FERPA was enacted to protect the privacy of educational records, to establish the right of students to inspect and review their education records, and to provide guidelines for the correction of inaccurate or misleading data through informal and formal hearings.

    Student data may only be accessed by the student requesting the information.   Students who wish to release certain information to their family, employer, transfer college, or another third party must complete and submit the Student Information Release Form.

    See Pima’s Student Code of Conduct website for more information about FERPA and student rights and responsibilities for more information.

  • Paying for College

    Many students receive financial help from their families to help pay for college. Pima offers a variety of payment options and plans and financial aid packages to help make higher education affordable for everyone.

Why Pima?

Choosing a college is a serious decision. With so many colleges out there, it can be hard to tell one from the other. Pima matches the quality of instruction found in four-year institutions while also providing an affordable education with:

Pima’s variety of occupational and transfer programs along with our small class sizes provide an opportunity for students to test their new knowledge and skills in a practical setting.

Dates & Deadlines

Help your student stay on top of their education by being aware of the many dates and deadlines associated with applying for school, qualifying for financial aid, enrolling in classes, and changing schedules.

Follow links below for Dates and Deadlines related to:

Services for your Student

Pima has built a robust support network to help our students achieve academically, manage their time and budget, and prepare for the next phase of their education or career path.

Pima students are surrounded by comprehensive academic support including:

Health & Safety

We understand the importance of knowing that your student will be safe and secure at Pima. With thousands of students spread out across multiple campuses, we take our health and safety responsibilities seriously.

Pima Community College's Department of Public Safety serves each of our six campuses 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Student Privacy Policy

Pima Community College limits access to student data, including grades, transcripts, and other educational records, in compliance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act 1974 (FERPA). FERPA was enacted to protect the privacy of educational records, to establish the right of students to inspect and review their education records, and to provide guidelines for the correction of inaccurate or misleading data through informal and formal hearings.

Student data may only be accessed by the student requesting the information.   Students who wish to release certain information to their family, employer, transfer college, or another third party must complete and submit the Student Information Release Form.

See Pima’s Student Code of Conduct website for more information about FERPA and student rights and responsibilities for more information.

Paying for College

Many students receive financial help from their families to help pay for college. Pima offers a variety of payment options and plans and financial aid packages to help make higher education affordable for everyone.