Last week the Pima Community College Board of Governors voted to appoint Lee D. Lambert, president of Shoreline Community College in Shoreline, Wash., chancellor of Pima College.
Lee Lambert is under no illusions about what lies ahead when he takes the helm of troubled Pima Community College.
Pima Community College has its next chancellor.
Pima Community College is poised to choose a new chancellor Friday.
Pima Community College will celebrate the largest graduating class in its history at its annual spring commencement Thursday.
A major bond rating firm has taken notice of the turmoil at the top of Pima Community College.
A law firm that's collected more than $2 million from taxpayers and overcharged them for two years straight won't be getting much business anymore from Pima Community College.
A community college president in Washington is the leading candidate to become Pima Community College’s next chancellor, according to the Governing Board.
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.
The process of going through graduation is called "walking," but that seems far too staid a word for the jubilance that comes with picking up a diploma from high school and all the way to a doctorate or medical degree.
In the end, Pima Community College's fairy-tale-themed fashion show will be fanciful and fun, but getting there has been anything but a fantasy. It's hard work. "The students feel like it's chaotic and that they have so much to do and not enough time to do it," said Yekatherina Bruner, the a…
Genesis Salazar models an outfit made by Laura Caraveo at Golf N' Stuff, 6503 E. Tanque Verde Road. Caraveo's designs will be on the runway of "Once Upon a Time …" Pima Community College's sixth annual spring fashion show.
Sue Peterson is a student fashion designer at Pima Community College.
Maria Lizarraga, 17, models a dress made of recycled materials by Scarlett Montoya, a Flowing Wells High School student.
Dulce Douglas is a fashion design student at Pima Community College.
Laura Carareo is a fashion design student at Pima Community College.