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This is an accredited community college offering two-year degrees, certificate programs and corporate training. Pima Community College currently enrolls more than 70,000 students annually and has ranked among the 10 largest, multi-campus community colleges in the nation for many of its years in existence.

Pima Community College maintains university transfer and technical, occupational and non-credit courses.

Established in 1969, Pima Community College is a low-cost learning institution with six convenient locations and include job training and placement programs.

Location: 4905 East Broadway Blvd, Tucson Arizona 85709 Telephone 520-206-4666 Fax 520-206-4990

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