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You're going to thrive in your future career—and it all begins with earning your degree, certificate or credential here!

The admission application will ask what program of study you intend to pursue. If you are not sure, these program of study resources can help.

  • New students, apply here.
    Use this link if you are new to Pima, regardless if you have attended other colleges or universities.  Learn more about transferring credits to Pima on our Transfer Students page.
  • Returning applicants, apply here.
    Returning applicants are students who have already created a username and password in our current application system (since 2017). If you have not, please click on the “New Student Application”.

Need help with your application?

Connect with us today: 520-206-4545 or [email protected]

Please have ID documents ready to upload to your computer or device to submit with your application (only one of the following is needed):

  • Valid Driver License
  • U.S. Birth Certificate
  • U.S. Passport
  • Tribal ID Card
  • Military ID

Application Type Information:


Once your application is submitted and you have received your student A#, activate your MyPima and follow the My New Student Checklist.


Enrollment Status Definitions (Enrolled credits per term)

  • Full-Time = 12 credits or more
  • ¾-time = 9 - 11.99 credits
  • ½-time = 6 - 8.99 credits
  • Less-than-½-time = 5.99 credits or less

    * Courses that do not count toward active enrollment include: Waitlisted, Dropped, Withdrawn (W grades), Repeat, Not required or applicable in your program of study

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Campus Safety and Security

PCC makes every effort to provide a safe and secure environment so that you can concentrate on attaining your goals. The Jeanne Clery Campus Crime Act Annual Report includes statistics for the previous three years concerning reported crimes that occurred on a campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by PCC; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, a campus or building or property owned or controlled by the College. The report also includes institutional policies concerning College security. You may obtain a paper copy of this report by contacting (520) 206-2671.  Additional information on campus safety and security can be found on the PCC College Police website.

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