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Pima Community College got word today that it will most likely have its probation lifted, based on a report by the Higher Learning Commission.
Two candidates are running for the open seat on Pima Community College’s Board of Governors, each promising to repair the college’s credibility after Pima has faced probation by its accrediting body, acknowledged sexual harassment of employees by a former chancellor, and falling enrollment.
Pima Community College is proud to host the Trane® “Acceleration Now” tour, a national trade show highlighting products and services available to the building and construction industry. The Acceleration Now Tour, the first ever for Arizona, will bring Trane’s commercial heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) solutions to its customers and the community.
Dr. Daniel L. Kester is Pima Community College’s Director of Veterans and Military Affiliated Services.
Pima Community College today reached a milestone as it requests continued accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission, sending its accreditor a document detailing the efforts the College has made to comply with HLC standards since being placed on probation in April 2013.
For the third consecutive year, the Knights of Pythias Lodge 9 has donated $1,000 for free swim lessons to the first 50 people to sign up at Picture Rocks Pool.
Pima Community College is paying off the last of its long-term bond debt, reducing to zero the College’s secondary property tax rate for fiscal year 2014-15 after the PCC Governing Board voted Wednesday to approve the budget and property tax rates.
Lorraine Morales, Ed.D., a student-centered leader with over a decade of wide-ranging administrative experience whose education journey was sparked when she obtained a high school equivalency, is the new president of Pima Community College’s Community Campus.
Community college administrator and instructor Erica C. Holmes, Ed.D, is Pima Community College’s new Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Services.
Citing Pima Community College's "remarkable work," the Arizona Department of Veterans' Services has reinstated PCC's authority to certify enrollment of new-to-PCC Veterans Benefits Recipients.
The Pima Community College Governing Board on Wednesday unanimously approved publication of the Fiscal Year 2015 budget, and will conduct a public hearing and special board meeting on June 11 to adopt the budget and set property tax rates and levies.
Pima Community College has reached a milestone as it seeks reaffirmation of accreditation with online publication of an initial draft of its Institutional Self-Study Report.
Pima Community College, partnering with the nonprofit organizations Filipino-American Sampaguita Club of Tucson, the Philippine Mabuhay Cultural Foundation Inc., and the Tucson community, is hosting a benefit cultural dance performance by the award-winning Leyte Dance Theater, April 27.
Pima Community College has created an Office of Dispute Resolution to address complaints and grievances from students, PCC employees and the community, Chancellor Lee D. Lambert announced at last night’s PCC Governing Board meeting.
A top Arizona Adult Education official has thanked Pima Community College Adult Education (PCCAE) for its “outstanding” effort in helping the state achieve a No. 2 national ranking in educational gains by Adult Education students.
Pima Community College Chancellor Lee D. Lambert has been invited to join the Executive Committee of the Arizona Manufacturing Partnership, which connects industry and educators to facilitate workforce development in manufacturing.
An evaluation team from the Higher Learning Commission will visit Pima Community College Monday, Sept. 15 to Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014 as part of the effort to reaffirm PCC’s accreditation.
Three Pima Community College students have been named to 2014 Coca-Cola Community College Academic teams for Phi Theta Kappa Society.
Pima Community College has named Manuel A. “Manny” Amado as Executive Director/Chief of Police of PCC’s Department of Public Safety.
Pima Community College is taking immediate steps to address deficiencies in the services it provides to veteran education benefit students following a decision by the state Department of Veterans Services to sanction the College over poor record-keeping.
Pima Community College Chancellor Lee D. Lambert has issued a Report to the Community that describes the College’s current state in a variety of areas, as well as outlining the institution’s future challenges and opportunities.
Pima Community College is pleased to announce the dedication of its new Veterans Center at the Downtown Campus on March 14.
Chancellor Lee D. Lambert is encouraging the public to attend tomorrow’s meeting of the Pima Community College Governing Board, which is scheduled to discuss PCC finances, including Fiscal Year 2014-2015 tuition and service fees, state aid and property taxes.