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Register for Classes

 On-campus services are not currently available. Registering for classes should be done through MyPima. Virtual Services also are available. Please visit the College's Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates page.

Pima's Fall schedule includes a blend of online, using Pima's dedicated PimaOnline platforms; virtual, which uses a variety of teaching techniques using the Internet and other tools; and hybrid, which combines in-person and online instruction. Hybrid courses are usually those involving a lab or hands-on component. This schedule was designed to give students a safe and fulfilling learning experience during the COVID-19 crisis. All in-person classes will be conducted using CDC, local and state guidelines for health and safety.

Whether you are a new or returning student, registering for classes at Pima is quick and easy. All you need to begin is access to the Internet and your MyPima account.

If you don’t have a MyPima account set up, please contact us. If you haven’t yet enrolled at Pima, you can apply online today.

How to register

Use this checklist to help register for classes. 

  1. Look at upcoming class schedules to find out what classes are offered in the next semester. If you have questions about your course requirements, you can speak with an academic advisor.
  2. First-time college students are required to attend new student orientation. This orientation is open to all Pima students and gives detailed information on advising and how to register. 
  3. After orientation you can register online through MyPima. Once you’re on MyPima, you can also manage your student account, explore classes, see your grades, and make payments. If you prefer, walk-in registration is available—dates and times vary by semester.

Making course changes

Dropping, adding, or withdrawing from a class? We have instructions and advice on what to do. Please note that you will be unable to add a course after the deadline. 

For more information on dropping or withdrawing from a class, check your MyPima class schedule section on the Academics tab. 

Class cancellations

Courses with low enrollment prior to the start of the semester may be cancelled. Check the key dates and deadlines calendar for specific cancellation dates. You may receive an email to your MyPima account if a course you’re enrolled in is cancelled. Otherwise, contact the Student Services Center for assistance.

Have Questions? Contact Us

For questions about:

  • Registration procedures - Contact Admissions
  • Advising/Class selection - Contact Advising
  • The effect of dropping or withdrawing - Contact Financial Aid.

Save money on textbooks

PCC is committed to expanding our use of Open Educational Resources (OER) for textbooks, research and other instructional materials.

Currently, PCC offers many online courses with low or no costs for textbooks. Other types of courses also are starting to use OER to save students money.

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