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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Pima Community College asks for the public's input on a self-study report as the school continues to try to get off probation.

The report shows its goals to improve with policy and planning, including making an ethics and complaint hotline a priority. You might remember the school was criticized for not acting quickly or seriously to a complaint against the former chancellor.

The report also outlines that the school will try to improve its retention rate, following a steady decline, but the goal is to increase retention by 1 percent over the next five years.

Even if you're not a student or faculty member, you can still review it or make a comment on this report until June 1.

PCC will submit the final report to the Higher Learning Commission on July 31 and we'll find out next year if the HLC takes PCC off probation.

Click here for more on PCC's probation situation.

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