Pima Community College has its next chancellor.
Pima Community College is poised to choose a new chancellor Friday.
About 100 faculty, students, faculty members and alumni rallied Wednesday at Pima Community College administrative offices at 4901 E. Broadway to urge four members of the college's Governing Board to resign.
PCC computer science faculty member Odile Wolf, center, and student Valerie Randee, right, check a petition calling for the resignations of four Governing Board members.
Students are turning up the heat on four embattled members of Pima Community College's Governing Board.
Four finalists for the top job at troubled Pima Community College will be in Tucson next week for a series of public forums and meet-and-greets with employees.
An influential group of local business leaders plans to pressure longtime members of Pima Community College’s Governing Board to resign, and is preparing to lead a recall effort if they don’t step down.
Calls for resignations of Pima Community College Governing Board members grew louder and more diverse Wednesday.
Lonely? Looking for love? I’m Roy Flores, former Pima Community College Chancellor here to put you on the path to romance. Sit back while I dim the lights, put on some romantic music and pour you a martini in the marvelous “I ‘heart’ P.C.C.” mug given to me at my impromptu retirement bash.
The Pima Community College Governing Board has selected an interim chancellor to run the troubled school for the next several months.
Pima Community College may have serious problems in goverance and administration, but they don’t justify putting the troubled school on probation, the college’s in-house attorney said Friday in a letter to PCC’s accreditor
The woman who has led Pima Community College during a year of administrative turmoil is a finalist for a top college job in Oregon.
One of two finalists for the chancellorship of Pima Community College withdrew today, one day after the head of the college’s governing board told employees that “concerns that have arisen regarding one of the finalists.”
Pima Community College’s governing board announced Thursday night the two finalists for the job of college chancellor.
The accrediting body for Pima Community College is sending an investigative team to Tucson early next year to examine the circumstances behind recent controversies at the school.
The public has a chance to weigh in next week on the qualities they'd like to see in the next leader of Pima Community College.
Pima Community College is putting together a panel that will help choose the school’s next chancellor and is seeking suggestions for who should be part of it.
The on-again, off-again retirement of former Pima Community College boss Roy Flores is on again, this time with misconduct allegations surrounding the former chancellor.
Former Chancellor Roy was going to stay on the Pima College payroll until mid-2013, but PCC announced Friday that it would be cutting ties with him in June.