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Take a Student Success Course for Free!

Pima Community College is offering Student Success courses for free for the spring 2021 semester, creating hundreds of dollars in potential savings and removing a financial barrier to Pima County taxpayers interested in furthering their education.

Student Success courses help students achieve their educational and personal goals. Topics covered include study skills, personal finance, critical thinking, transfer strategies, and career exploration and preparation. A Student Success course does not have to be taken in conjunction with any other Pima course. All related fees are waived, unless there is a course-specific fee.

GoodNews2_960Traditional Fall, Winter Sports Seasons Delayed, Added to Spring 2021

In summer 2020, the National Junior College Athletic Association adjusted its 2020-21 academic year schedule for “close-contact” sports. Besides seeing delayed season starts, Pima and other NJCAA-member schools also will play fewer games.

  • Aztecs men’s and women’s basketball start Jan. 20.
  • Volleyball, baseball, softball, tennis and golf start in February.
  • Soccer starts in April.

See all of the schedules and other Pima athletics news at pimaaztecs.com.

GoodNews3_960Photography Faculty Nguyen Earns Arts Grant

Pima Photography faculty Anh-Thuy Nguyen is one of five artists to receive a $4,000 New Works Artist Project Grant from the Arts Foundation for Tucson and Southern Arizona. The award is to fund her project, “Thuy & T,” a video art project exploring the conflicting emotions between  Vietnamese and American cultures.

 

GoodNews4_960Student Life Using Discord to Create a Virtual Community

Pima Student Life now uses the Discord platform for students to communicate with clubs and stay involved with what’s going on at the College.

Pima started using Discord in Fall 2020 as a way for students to develop relationships and build community while campuses are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pima Student Life aims to make sure that students are supported not only academically but also socially

 

 

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