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Chancellor’s Letter To The Community: The New Normal

With its Centers of Excellence, Pima is building pathways to meaningful, well-paying careers As has been true every January for the past 50-plus years, students will return this month to Pima Community College to start or continue

Energetic Pima Respiratory Care Graduate On Front Lines of COVID-19 Crisis

By Pima Staff 2:40 A.M. Respiratory Therapist (RT) Katalina Zimdars, Pima Community College Class of 2020, begins her day with a strenuous weightlifting and running workout. “My daily workout sets the mood and energy for the rest

Chancellor’s Letter To The Community

New Career Pathways, New Ways to Learn In uncertain times, community can count on Pima The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken education around the world. It has challenged Pima Community College in myriad ways. But it has not

Chancellor’s Letter to the Community

BUILDING OPPORTUNITIES, BREAKING BARRIERS In 2020, Pima Community College will hold a wide range of events to mark a half-century of service. We will invite our region’s diverse communities to join us as we look back at our first 50 years

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FOR 50 YEARS, PIMA HAS BEEN OF, BY AND FOR THE COMMUNITY By Pima Staff For our 50 years in existence, Pima Community College has taken the “community” in our name to heart. That’s because we know

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Chancellor’s Letter to the Community

Pima Marks 50 Years – Improving with Age This is an exciting time at Pima Community College. As the College celebrates 50 years, we also continue to evolve into a premier community college by putting in place

Makerspace Encourages Collaborative Learning

By Anne T. Denogean Major employers worldwide need workers who can use and even develop technology, however, they also desperately want those workers to have the types of “soft skills” being cultivated in Pima Community College’s new

Pima Students Put on a Pow-Wow

Photos By Himelda Davidson Native American drum groups from Arizona, North Dakota and Canada performed in March at Pima Community College’s Spring 2019 Pow-Wow, which also featured other musicians and Native American dancers. The colorful event, presented

Chancellor’s Letter to the Community

PimaOnline’s promise: convenient, affordable education Pima Community College is entering a new era of opportunity to fulfill our mission in ways that will tangibly benefit our students and the people of Pima County. Many obstacles lie ahead.

Pima Community College Celebrates 50 years

By Paul Schwalbach