College misstated its accreditation status in a fundraising pitch.
PCC still needs to show accreditor improvements in 11 key areas.
School will release more details Tuesday.
Responsible for ensuring the school meets the standards required by its accreditor.
Final decision by accreditor on college's status will come early next year.
College's enrollment has been in sharp decline the past three years.
College decides not to release findings until final report is issued.
Pima Community College is an incredible economic driver in Southern Arizona when it is functioning well. Happily, after some bumps, it is returning to the asset we’ve come to rely on.
Team will help determine if college gets off probation.
Today is the last day to request a private meeting.
School fails to disclose sanction in $1.8 million bid to train military paramedics.
College accreditors planning visit to college in September.
Rufus Glasper is being appointed to the Chicago-based Higher Learning Commission.
Pima Community College is hiring a new provost with no experience in that role as it heads into the home stretch of its efforts to get off probation.
Pima Community College has released a rough draft of what it plans to tell its accreditor to try to get off probation, a document that illustrates both how far the school has come and how far it still has to go to shed the sanction.
Since 1969, Pima Community College has provided education, training and hope for tens of thousands of Southern Arizonans.
Most in our community are familiar with news in the past year about Pima Community College’s unprofessional administrative and Governing Board behavior, including ignoring reports of eight employees who said they were sexually harassed.
My first 100 days as chancellor of Pima Community College have provided me a valuable opportunity to listen to many of you from this magnificent, diverse community. Thank you for welcoming me to Tucson, my new home.
Pima Community College has taken a small but crucial step forward in its quest to get off probation in two years.
If you've ever lodged a complaint with Pima Community College and felt like it fell into a black hole, there's a very good chance it did, a new report indicates.