Chancellor hopes to turn Pima into one of nation’s premier community colleges.
The fourth annual comics and gaming convention, also known as, MegaMania!! is Saturday.
Stalled immigration reform has limited opportunities.
Chancellor driving change in ‘abusive culture,’ seeks to upgrade staff and programs.
Give school another shot, school district and mayor ask.
In the heavily Democratic district, it's winner take all in the primary between political newcomer Salomon Baldenegro Jr. and State Senator Olivia Cajero Bedford..
School is trying to overcome a probation sanction.
Rufus Glasper is being appointed to the Chicago-based Higher Learning Commission.
Pima Community College has filled one key position, but another still is vacant after a finalist turned down a six-figure job offer from the Tucson school.
Several senior executives at troubled Pima Community College see themselves as superlative public employees, their recent performance reviews show.
Pima Community College’s reputation has been tainted by the problems that put it on probation, a new public opinion survey suggests.
The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona is awarding more than $345,000 in scholarships to high school and college students in Tucson, Sahuarita and Nogales.
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.
Three graduating seniors have been selected to receive the Cecilia Avalos Scholarship, which recognizes students who participated in the Parent and Child Education program.
Pima Community College celebrates spring commencement tonight. Another record-breaking graduating class will be honored.
Military veterans can once again enroll at Pima Community College after state officials rescinded a rare ban on such sign-ups.
Arizona’s veterans department has lifted a ban on military veteran enrollments at Pima Community College.
After months of delay, Pima Community College has a new citizens committee to keep watch over its once-lax financial practices.
A number of University of Arizona students graduating this weekend have something special in common: they each got their start in higher education at Pima Community College.
Pima Community College has named a longtime administrator and teacher as its new president of the Northwest Campus.