Is Pima open for in person classes?

Is Pima open for in person classes?

All in-person classes will be conducted using CDC, local and state guidelines for health and safety. Whether you are a new or returning student, registering for classes at Pima is quick and easy. If you haven’t yet enrolled at Pima, you can apply online today.

Does Pima Community College have spring break?

Additional dates and deadlines are posted on the PCC Academic Calendar….Spring 2020.

General Deadlines for Spring 2020 Semester
Schedule of Classes available online Oct. 11
Rodeo Days (College closed) Feb. 20-21
Graduation application deadline Feb. 26
Spring Break (No classes) Mar 16-22

When can I register for summer classes at Pima Community College?

Summer 2020

General Dates for Summer 2020 Semester
Class Schedules available online Feb. 16
Registration deadline May 25
Classes begin May 26
Drop/Refund/Audit deadline Jun. 2

Is Pima West Campus open?

West Campus Monday – Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Is Pima County requiring masks?

UPDATE, AUGUST 10, 2021: The Pima County Board of Supervisors voted to reinstate mask requirements for any person entering a County building or a building on County property. This includes County staff and all members of the public. The Board’s vote repealed Resolution 2020-96, which mandated mask wearing.

Is Pima Community College open on Labor Day?

Additional dates and deadlines are posted on the PCC Academic Calendar….Fall 2020.

General Deadlines for Fall 2020 Semester
Class Schedules available online Mar. 6
All College Day (College closed in the morning) Aug. 14
Labor Day Holiday (College closed) Sep. 7
Veterans Day Holiday (College closed) Nov. 11

What happened to Tucson college?

Tucson College is permanently closed and does not accept new applications (closed date: 04/28/2017). Current students will be assisted with their personal higher education goals. In addition, transcript and other document services may be available online.

Do you still have to wear a mask in Tucson Arizona?

The City of Tucson has updated its mask wearing recommendations and requirements, as of July 28, 2021, to require all members of the public, including those who are fully vaccinated, to wear a mask in City of Tucson facilities. This goes into effect immediately.