• Public 2 Year Colleges (AZ)

    Below are links to the community colleges in Arizona, with Pima Community College being our local one.  Many of these colleges have specialty programs so check out their websites and see what's out there! 

    Tucson and Southern Arizona:

    Pima Community College - see below for more information on Pima College

    Central Arizona College

    Cochise College

    Tohono O'odham Community College

    Phoenix Metro Area:  Maricopa Community Colleges

    Chandler-Gilbert Community College

    Estrella Mountain Community College

    Gateway Community College

    Glendale Community College

    Mesa Community College

    Paradise Valley Community College

    Phoenix College

    Rio Salado College

    Scottsdale Community College

    South Mountain Community College

     Flagstaff and Northern Arizona:

    Coconino Community College

    Diné College

    Yavapai College

     Eastern Arizona:

    Eastern Arizona College

    Northland Pioneer College

     Western Arizona:

    Arizona Western College

    Mohave Community College


    Pima Community College:

    Scholarships Open Now!

    Each year Pima Community College offers institutional scholarships. Below are brief summaries of the scholarships currently being offered by PCC for the 2020-2021 academic year. For the complete list of scholarship eligibility criteria and how to maintain eligibility please visit each scholarship application.  

     

    Pima Merit Scholarship Application Deadline: 3/31/2020

    Awarded to Pima County residents, (as established by Pima Community College Admissions through verification of lawful presence) that have recently graduated from a Pima County high school, or have completed their GED, between 7/1/2019 and 6/30/2020.

    Eligible applicants:

    • Must have graduated with an unweighted GPA of 3.5 GPA or higher, or completed their GED with an average test score of 165 or higher.
    • Students must demonstrate on their application that they have experience with leadership and/or community service.
    • You must be a resident of Pima County and have not already received a tuition waiver or similar form of aid. Students must be enrolled at PCC for the fall semester immediately following their high school graduation.

     

    Scholarship Covers:

    • Two consecutive academic years, up to 64 credits (In-state tuition, technology and student services fee only)
    • Fall/Spring semesters; consideration may be made for Summer session A only courses
    • Up to 16 credits of In-State General Tuition & Fees (Course Fees and Books not covered) per semester; considerations will be made on a case-by-case basis for those electing to enroll in more credits.
    • Scholarship is non-refundable, and cannot be transferred to another institution.

     

    How To Apply For Pima Merit Scholarship?

    The scholarship application is accessible through your MyPima account at mypima.pima.edu. Select the “Students” tab after login, “Register and Pay,” then “Apply now for PCC Scholarships.”

     

    Chancellor’s Service (Freshman) Scholarship Application Deadline: 3/31/2020

    Awarded to new and returning PCC students who have earned less than 32 credits, are Pima county residents, (as established by Pima College Admissions through verification of lawful presence), and have achieved success both academically and civically.

    Applicants Must:

    • Have a 3.0 GPA or higher or average GED test score of 150 at their most recently attended school
    • Submit documentation of already completed community service/volunteer work (within the past 2 years).
    • A 500-word essay is required where the student will explain:

    o   What is their educational plan while at Pima Community College? What is their declared program of study? Why they chose this program and when do they anticipate graduating from Pima Community College?

     

    Scholarship is awarded for one academic year (fall, spring and summer) or a maximum of 32 credits, whichever is completed first. This scholarship covers the price of up to 16 credits of general in-state tuition per semester, including the associated student services fees and technology fees. Books, course fees and differential tuition are not covered. These funds are non-refundable and cannot be transferred to another institution.

     

    How To Apply For Chancellor’s Service (Freshman) Scholarship?

    The scholarship application is accessible through your MyPima account at mypima.pima.edu. Select the “Students” tab after login, “Register and Pay,” then “Apply now for PCC Scholarships.”

     

  • AZTransfer

    AZTransfer is a statewide collaboration to help students navigate their higher education options in the State of Arizona.  Information and resources on AZTransfer.com represent each of Arizona's public and tribal community colleges and universities. 

    Use AZTransfer to help you plan your transfer and make sure that you won't lose any credits in the process!

Last Modified on March 26, 2020