Title V is a program through the U.S. Department of Education that helps Hispanic-Serving Institutions, such as PCC, improve their services.
Title V helps programs within colleges develop and grow to better serve Hispanic and low-income students.
Pima Community College currently has the following Title V grants:
- The Desert Vista Campus received $2.6 million dollars to improve student success and retention through the redesign of coursework and the implementation of a variety of learning strategies. The funding also provides for the integration and expansion of student resources on the campus. Learn more about the Desert Vista Title V initiative.
The West Campus Department of Dental Studies received a $3.25 million grant to update curricula, improve training for faculty members and students in emerging technology, and redesign and renovate the Clinic and Dental Studies programs' teaching facilities. Learn more about the West Campus Title V initiative.
Recently completed grants
Other recently completed Title V grants were awarded to:
- Desert Vista Campus - for the Avionics and Early Childhood Education programs and to provide matching funds for a campus endowment.
- West Campus - to update, expand and enhance the Nursing, Respiratory Care and Radiologic Technology programs.
- Downtown Campus - to improve attrition rates through increased use of instructional technology.