Downtown Campus - Grassy Central Courtyard

Welcome to the Pima Community College Virtual Tour. Students take classes at any of our five campuses, at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base and other learning centers, virtually and online.

Downtown Campus - Automotive and Technology Innovation Center-1

The Automotive Technology and Innovation Center is among the best of its kind in the United States and is part of the College's Center for Excellence in Applied Technology.

Downtown Campus - Automotive and Technology Innovation Center-2

The two-story, 50,000-square-foot center, opened in 2021, supports hands-on instruction in diesel, electric and autonomous vehicles, as well as in brand-specific training.

Downtown Campus - Automated Industrial Technology Classroom

The Automated Industrial Technology program prepares students for high-demand careers running the complex automated assembly lines of the future. Our classrooms simulate the workplace environment.

West Campus - Entrance

West Campus opened in 1971 and is Pima's oldest campus. It is home to the Center for Excellence in Health Professions, the Center for the Arts, the Digital Arts program, the Centre for Archaeological Field Training and Pima's NJCAA sports teams.

West Campus - Health Professions / Nursing Skills Lab

The Health Professions/Nursing Skills Lab simulates a hospital environment allowing students to practice and master various tasks and skills.

West Campus - Medical Laboratory Tech Classroom

Pima trains Medical Laboratory Technicians, the behind-the-scenes healthcare workers responsible for analyzing blood, tissue and other biological samples for diseases or abnormalities.

West Campus - Radiologic Technology Classroom

In Pima's Radiologic Technology classrooms, students learn diagnostic medical imaging, equipment operation, radiographic procedures, patient care, and radiation safety and protection.

West Campus - Dental Hygiene Clinic

Pima's Dental Hygiene Clinic offers low-cost preventive dental services to the public while serving as a real-world classroom for our dedicated students.

West Campus - Center for the Arts

The Center for the Arts complex, located at West Campus, has learning and performance spaces for Pima's performing arts students. It includes the Proscenium Theatre, the Black Box Theatre, the Recital Hall and the Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery.

West Campus - CFA Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery

The Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery exhibits regional, national and international contemporary artists and sponsors a juried student exhibition every spring.

West Campus - CFA Proscenium Theatre

The 425-seat Proscenium Theatre is a multi-use facility acclaimed for incredible acoustics and terrific sight lines.

West Campus - Gymnasium

Pima has a robust intercollegiate sports program, with 15 NJCAA teams, including basketball, soccer, golf, volleyball, baseball, softball, tennis, cross-country and track-and-field teams. It is housed at West Campus

Northwest Campus - Level 2 - Rose Garden

Northwest Campus features the College's most modern science laboratories and classroom technology and is home to several STEM programs and pathways. NWC also holds STEM events to engage the community’s youths.

Northwest Campus - Chemistry Classroom

You can complete an Associate of Science degree at Pima, where we have top-notch facilities and faculty, then transfer to a four-year university to complete a bachelor's degree.

Northwest Campus - Anatomy Classroom

Pima's science offerings include anatomy, astronomy, biology, chemistry, geology and pre-engineering.

Northwest Campus - Wild Horse Sculpture, Amphitheater and Promenade

Pima takes great pride in the beauty of all its campuses. Each one has unique art, architecture and history.

Nortwest Campus - Art Classroom

Pima offers extensive art courses, including drawing, painting, watercolor painting, sculpture, photography, printmaking, metalwork, ceramics, screenprinting, digital photography, 3D design and more.

East Campus - Sculpture on Campus

The Sculpture on Campus exhibit (seen here) spreads around East Campus, which also is home to the Center for Excellence in Information Technology/Cybersecurity, the Makerspace, and Emergency Medical Technology and Veterinary Technology programs.

East Campus - Cybersecurity Operations Center

The Cybersecurity Operations Center gives students the opportunity to experience and manage actual threats in real time.

East Campus - EMT Classroom

Pima students prepare to become an emergency medical tech through coursework, extensive hands-on practical training and clinical work. Our instructors have years of experience in the field.

East Campus - Makerspace

The Makerspace is a high-tech educational playground, allowing students to expand their creative and technology skills. Students use 3D printers, 3D pens, and laser cutters for the creation of whatever their minds can imagine.

Desert Vista - Plaza

Desert Vista Campus is home to the Culinary Arts and Hospitality programs, theEarly Childhood Education and Post-Secondary Teacher Education programs, and the Surgical Technology, Licensed Practical Nurse and Certified Nursing Assistant programs.

Desert Vista - Campus Garden

Pima's Culinary Arts program offers a hands-on gardening program based in the Campus Garden and focused on growing vegetables and herbs that thrive in the Sonoran Desert.

Desert Vista - Surgical Tech Classroom

In Pima's Surgical Technology program, students train to become an integral part of the surgical team. Surgical Technologists prepare operating rooms, arrange equipment, and help doctors during surgeries.

Desert Vista - Student Services Center

Student Services Centers are located at each campus and offer in-person and virtual services to meet student needs. They are a student's first stop for general information and resources.

Desert Vista - Center for Integrated Learning

The Center for Integrated Learning at Desert Vista Campus is a modern space offering tutoring, library services, study areas and a computer commons. Other campuses have similar spaces called Learning Centers.

Desert Vista - TRiO STEM Study Room

TRiO participants receive personalized academic advising, peer mentoring, individualized academic tutoring and assistance with financial aid and scholarship applications.

Desert Vista - TRiO Student Support Services

Pima houses a set of federally-funded TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) college success programs that work to support Pima students to succeed in their pursuit of a bachelors degree.

Downtown Campus - Counseling And Advising

Counselors and Program Advisors offer 30-minute appointments to help students with advising, registration, creating a MyDegreePlan, applying for graduation and more.

Downtown Campus - The Learning Center

Campus Learning Centers are the hub for tutoring, tech services, computer and Wi-Fi access, and student workshops.

Downtown Campus - Library

The College Library, with branches at all five campuses and a major online presence, empowers students to achieve their academic and life goals by providing research help, collections, technology and comfortable spaces for study and intellectual exploration.

East Campus - Library

The Library's collections are a mix of online and physical items, including books, e-books, videos, magazines and journals, laptops, calculators, passes to area cultural institutions and more.

Northwest Campus - Student Life Center

Student Life, with centers at all campuses, provides opportunities for students to participate in fun and enriching activities outside of the classroom, including: clubs, leadership programs, service opportunities

Northwest Campus - Veterans Space

Every campus has a dedicated place for veterans, active duty personnel and their dependents. Here they can study, relax, meet others and attend activities that focus on them.

West Campus - Student Services

Student Services at West Campus houses two unique resources – the First-Year Experience (FYE) and the Pima Center for International Education and Global Engagement. FYE programming and events are held at all campuses, virtually and online.

West Campus - Fitness and Sports Science Center

Pima provides various low-cost fitness and recreation opportunities for students through classes and fitness centers with state-of-the-art equipment at West and Desert Vista campuses, and partnerships with local gyms and governments