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The East Campus provides more than 10,000 students each semester with high-quality learning experiences that lead to direct employment, university transfer or personal enrichment.

The East Campus Welcome Center is located in the Student Center building, near the library.

Students who successfully complete the Emergency Medical Technician – Basic Certificate are eligible for national registry exams.

The astronomy observatory allows students to explore the universe.

The combined library/learning center is an active learning hub for students.

East Campus

Thousands of students attend East Campus on Tucson's Southeast Side. They seek to enrich their academic experiences with affordable, quality programs, including a variety of workforce degrees options

Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Pima’s Logistics and Supply Chain Management program will prepare you for work in southern Arizona’s booming interstate commerce and international trade sectors. Graduates are prepared for entry-level and frontline supervisory positions in logistics, inventory control, purchasing, supervision, transportation and warehouse management. The program offers an AAS and a basic and an advanced certificate.

Pharmacy Technology

Pharmacy Technology

Pima’s cutting-edge program is the only one in Arizona accredited by the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists. Students complete the Certificate or AAS degree program well-prepared to take licensing exams.

Emergency Medical Technician – Certificate

Emergency Medical Technician – Certificate

This one-semester certificate is perfect for the student just starting in the field of Emergency Services. Students who successfully complete this program are eligible for national registry exams.

Veterinary Sciences

Veterinary Sciences

The program offers two paths to working in veterinary medicine, a Veterinary Practice Assistant certificate and the two-year Veterinary Technician AAS, which is accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Project SOAR

Project SOAR

East Campus houses the federally funded Project SOAR (Student Opportunities for Achievement and Retention), a TRiO Student Support Services program. Project SOAR provides qualifying PCC students who have documented disabilities with free college, career and financial aid information, academic advising, tutoring, assistance with college requirements and resources. For more information: 520-206-7402 or nkeller1@pima.edu.

Upward Bound

East Campus hosts one of PCC’s four federal TRiO Upward Bound programs, helping potential first-generation college students succeed. East Campus serves students attending Palo Verde Magnet, Santa Rita and PPEP TEC Victor Soltero Charter high schools.