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Learn about our Pima Community College community of students, educators, and supporters.

College Mission

PCC is an open-admissions institution providing affordable, comprehensive educational opportunities that support success and meet the diverse needs of its students and community.

Annual Enrollment (2014-2015)

  • 44,513 Credit (Reportable FTSE Headcount)
  • 3,075 Non-credit (Non-Reportable FTSE Headcount)
  • 47,588 Total Headcount

          4,825 Adult Basic Education included in Reportable FTSE Headcount

Awards Conferred(2014-2015)

  • 2,721 Associate Degrees
  • 3,013 Certificates
  • 227 Center for Training and Development (CTD) certificates

2014-15 Graduate Report

Student Right-to-Know Report (July 2015)

Student Characteristics (Fall 2015)

  • 52% women; 43% men; 5% unknown
  • Average age: 27
  • 68% part-time; 32% full-time
  • Minority race/ethnicity: 54%
  • Course Enrollments: 30% Occupational and Workforce, 55% Transfer1, 13% Developmental, 2% Special Interest

1Transfer refers to students enrolled in courses designated as transferable to qualifying universities, not necessarily student intent to transfer.

Academic Programs

A total of 185 transfer and occupational programs.


  • transfer assistance
  • financial aid
  • scholarships
  • tutoring
  • career planning
  • personal and career counseling
  • services for individuals with disabilities.

Tuition (2015-2016)

For regular academic coursework:

  • Arizona residents -- $75.50 per credit
  • Non-Arizona residents -- $352 per credit

Find out more about how much it costs to attend Pima.

Faculty and Staff (2015-2016)

  • 346 full-time instructional and educational support faculty1
  • 1,005 additional full-time employees1
  • Student-to-faculty ratio: 25 to 12

12015-16 IPEDS Human Resources Report (as of 11/2015)
22015-16 IPEDS Fall Enrollment Report

The Economic Impact of Pima Community College (2013-14)


We value our partnerships with more than 85 educational and governmental institutions, more than 300 business and industry partners, and the community.


5-member elected Board of Governors:

  • District 1 Mark Hanna
  • District 2 Demion Clinco
  • District 3 Sylvia M. Lee, Ph.D., Chair
  • District 4 Scott A. Stewart
  • District 5 Martha Durkin
  • Lee D. Lambert, Chancellor

Non-Discrimination Policy: Pima Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, veteran status or sexual orientation, or gender identity in employment, education, programs, services or activities.

Americans with Disability Act: No qualified individual, because of a disability, will be denied equal opportunity to employment or to an education nor will they be denied access to, participation in, or the benefits of any program, activity or service offered by the College.  
For questions concerning the College's EEO/ADA/Title IX policies or discrimination complaint process, contact the College's EEO/ADA Officer, 4905-D E. Broadway Blvd., Tucson AZ 85709-1310, 520-206-4539 or the Title IX Coordinator, 4905-B E. Broadway, Tucson, AZ 85709-1100, 520-206-4973,