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Community

Through our educational, athletic, and cultural programs, Pima provides enriching opportunities for the  community. 

Learn how you can benefit from Pima's commitment to the community.

Adult Basic Education & High School Equivalency

PCC's Adult Basic Education for College & Career (ABECC) program can help you improve your reading, writing and math skills, improve your English language skills, and more!  We also prepare students to earn their for the High School Equivalency (HSE) diploma.

Programs for Kids and Teens

Whether you're looking to send your kids to a fun and educational summer camp, help them accelerate their high school education, Pima offers classes and workshops for young people ages 9 to 17. Learn more about Pima's programs for kids & teens.

Personal Interest Classes

Our noncredit instruction programs provide an interesting array of personal interest classes.   Complementing these are options to take credit classes on a noncredit basis.  Find out more about Personal Interest classes.

The Arts

Located at West Campus, Pima's Center for the Arts is home to music, theater, and dance performances. It also features the Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery, which exhibits work by artists from Tucson and around the nation, as well as juried student work. Experience The Arts at Pima.

Medical & Dental Clinics

The Eastside Health Clinic, operated by Marana Health Center Healthcare, is open to the public as well as PCC students, staff and faculty. It accepts most major health plans and welcome new patients. If you are without health insurance, sliding fees are available.  Services include primary care, preventive health services and laboratory testing.

Pima's Dental Hygiene Clinic provides preventive dental services by our dedicated students as a learning experience in a clinical setting. The low cost services are provided under the supervision of licensed dental hygienists and dentists.

Back to Work 50+

Are you 50+ and looking for work?  Pima offers a free program sponsored by the AARP Foundation that connects job seekers, age 50 and older, with the information, training, support and employer access to get back into the workforce.  Learn more about Pima’s Back to Work 50+ training program.

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