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PCC Board of Governors recognition

Governing Board

Pima County Community College District is governed by a five-member board representing County electoral districts. Members are elected to serve a six-year term.

The Board determines the mission and sets goals for the College.  The Board is also responsible for selecting the administrative head of the Pima County Community College District.

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Catherine Ripley
District 1
Demion Clinco

Demion Clinco
District 2
Maria D Garcia

Maria D. Garcia
District 3
Meredith Hay

Meredith Hay, Ph.D.
District 4
Luis Gonzales

Luis Gonzales
District 5

PCC Service Area


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PCC Board members are elected to represent our community based on Pima County Supervisor Districts. View a larger map.

Board Meetings

Board Resolutions

Board Self-Assessment

Proposition 481

For 50 years Pima Community College has served Pima County, providing affordable, comprehensive educational opportunities to the county’s diverse communities, particularly during these uncertain economic times. Prop. 481 on November’s ballot would provide needed flexibility that would allow the College to continue to support students at the highest level, educate a highly skilled workforce and position the College to jumpstart the economy. For more information on Prop. 481 see PCC's Proposition 481 page (also available as a Prop. 481 PDF).

Notice of Election

  • English version of the request to submit arguments "For" or "Against" the permanent base expenditure limit adjustment ballot proposition
  • Spanish version of the request to submit arguments "For" or "Against" the permanent base expenditure limit adjustment ballot proposition

Pima Community College is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and educational institution committed to excellence through diversity. Upon request, reasonable accommodations will be made for individuals with disabilities. Every effort will be made to provide reasonable accommodations in a timely manner. To request accommodation, please call (520) 206-4539 or fax (520) 206-4567.

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