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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Pima Community College has a campus at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base that hosts classes for active duty students.

PCC says its eight-week hybrid Speech Communications class for 20 students ended Friday.

The college says the class will help the airmen earn a degree from the Community College of the Air Force.

PCC says it serves more than 3,000 students a year at its Davis-Monthan Education Center.

In a news release, PCC says it's "offering classes that permit students to complete Associate of Liberal Arts, Associate of Business, Associate of Science and Associate of General Studies degrees.

Educational services offered at Davis Monthan include admission, registration, assessment, orientation, advising, testing, financial and military tuition assistance, and CLEP and DANTES testing.  The Center serves both active duty U.S. Air Force personnel, veterans and the public."

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