The Tucson community has long enjoyed seasons of plays, musicals, concerts and curated gallery collections at PCC’s Center for the Arts. The Center for the Arts complex, at PCC’s West Campus, consists of the 425-seat Proscenium Theatre, the 75-plus-seat Black Box Theatre, the 75-plus-seat Recital Hall, and the Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery.
The COE in Arts proudly houses:
Dance (for film, television and stage)
PCC is committed to advancing economic development in Southern Arizona. After the mismatch between the skills of employees and the need of employers was discovered, the question was asked: What are the jobs of the future? In Arizona, middle-skilled jobs currently account for 53% of Arizona’s labor market (2018)—yet only 47% of the state’s workers are trained to the skill level needed (2018).
The development of Pima Community College Centers of Excellence was a response to the region’s need; Centers of Excellence are the next stage of advancement.
The College has defined the characteristics required of its Centers of Excellence to be:
RESPONSIVENESS: Create and deliver in-demand programs and employees; stackable credentials, degrees and certificate programs
CONVERGENCE: A community hub for open resources; apprenticeships, seminars and forums on thought leadership, etc…
ADAPTABILITY: A high-level of professional development, career guidance and real-world experience aligned with region’s demand