New report describes PCC's current state, future outlook - Tucson News Now

New report describes PCC's current state, future outlook

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Pima Community College has released a report for the community on the college's current status in a variety of areas, as well as outlining PCC's future challenges and opportunities.

The report was issued by PCC Chancellor Lee D. Lambert earlier today. 

"This Report to the Community describes the state of PCC in March 2014, the eight month mark of my tenure as chancellor," said Lambert, in a recent release. "I have been entrusted to lead a resource that supports the economic development of the region by meeting the academic and professional needs of the community.  Thus the audience for this report is embedded in its title.  It is meant for the community the people of Pima County." 

To view a downloadable version, go online to www.pima.edu/about-pima/our-chancellor/index.html.

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