PCC tuition stays lowest in AZ - Tucson News Now

PCC tuition stays lowest in AZ

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Pima Community College's tuition will remain among the lowest of community colleges in Arizona.

Last night, the PCC board voted to increase tuition at Pima by 3.1 percent in the fall semester. One credit hour for Arizona residents will amount to $65.50, making it the third lowest in the state.

The school says the two dollar tuition increase is the smallest percentage rise in six years.

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