PCC Access & Disability Resources (ADR)
Access and Disability Resources (ADR) supports equal access to programs, services, and facilities at Pima Community College for individuals with disabilities.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (520) 206-6688
PCC Adult Education including HSE, ELAA and Refugee Education
High School Equivalency (HSE)
PCC offers the GED® test to earn a High School Equivalency (HSE) diploma. Students take the test on a computer at an authorized testing center. The test is offered in English and Spanish.
English Language Acquisition for Adults (ELAA)
If you would like to improve your English language skills, PCC offers you classes that focus on speaking, listening, reading and writing skills from beginning to advanced levels.
Refugee Education Program
If you have entered the United States on a legal refugee status, the Refugee Education Program (REP) offers you an English-language learning program. Instruction is designed for students from the lowest literacy levels through college entrance levels. Courses focus on practical English skills that help you function independently on the job and in daily living. Instructors are certified in Adult Education by the State of Arizona.
Need help? Necesita ayuda?
Phone/Teléfono: (520) 206-7330
Email/Correo electrónico: [email protected]
Desert Vista | (520) 741-8703
Downtown | (520) 628-1115
East Campus | (520) 886-8837
Northwest Campus | (520) 544-8082
West Campus | (520) 620-1510
PCC Campus and Learning Center Locations
Map | (520) 206-5000
Map | (520) 206-7171
Map | (520) 206-7000
Map | (520) 206-2200
Map | (520) 206-6600
El Pueblo Liberty Adult Learning Center in the El Pueblo Neighborhood Center
Map | (520) 206-3737
El Rio Adult Learning Center in the El Rio Neighborhood Center
Map | (520) 206-3800
29th Street Coalition Center
Map | (520) 206-3550
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base
Map | (520) 206-4866
Adult Basic Education Administration
Map | (520) 206-7330
PCC Information Center
PCC Police Department
Emergencies: Calls to 911 are answered by the Communication Center at the Tucson Police Department or the Pima County Sheriff’s Department and transferred to Pima Police, when required. PCC Police can be reached 365 days a year, 24 hours a day for emergency help.
Emergencies: dial 911
College Police Assistance/Suspicious Activity/Lost & Found: call 520.206.2700
Pima County Community College District College Police
6680 South Country Club Road
Tucson, Arizona 85709-1740
AZ Dept. of Health Services
AZ Dept. of Economic Security
AZ Food Banks
Finding Food: azfoodbanks.org/get-food