An influential group of local business leaders plans to pressure longtime members of Pima Community College's Governing Board to resign, and is prepared to lead a recall effort if they don't step down.
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.
Pima Community College has been given two years to fix its pervasive problems or effectively go out of business.
Pima Community College has been placed on probation by its accreditor.
Calls for resignations of Pima Community College Governing Board members grew louder and more diverse Wednesday.
The Pima Community College Governing Board has selected an interim chancellor to run the troubled school for the next several months.
The overseers of Pima Community College, whose ethics and competence have been called into question by the school's accreditor, faced mounting calls for their resignations Friday as college officials maintained PCC's problems are fixable and should not lead to probation.
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
Members of Pima Community College's Governing Board faced calls for resignation and an emotional exchange with a sexual harassment complainant at their first public meeting since an investigation found widespread dysfunction in the school's upper echelons.
Suzanne Miles, whose job performance at Pima Community College has come under scrutiny from the school's accreditor, is stepping down as interim chancellor.
The president of the organization that accredits Pima Community College is recommending that the college be placed on probation - a move that could lead to the loss of its accreditation.
An oversight body for Pima Community College is sending investigators to Tucson next week to probe recent controversies at the school and is inviting public input as part of the process.
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.