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The 60-acre Desert Vista Campus opened in 1993 and sits on a 1,700-year-old archaeological Hohokam settlement in southwestern Tucson.

Desert Vista’s friendly Student Services staff can help you take charge of your educational goals and plans.

The Aviation Technology Center’s state-of-the-art facility includes a 10,700 square-foot hangar.

The Center for Training and Development provides high-quality workforce training leading to direct employment.

Credit courses in weight lifting and aerobics are offered in the Fitness Center, which is operated in partnership with the City of Tucson.

Desert Vista Campus

Desert Vista Campus enrolls 5,500 students each semester and offers a full complement of transfer and occupational programs, including clock-hour training through the Center for Training and Development.

Culinary Arts

Culinary Arts

In Pima Community College’s Culinary Arts Program, you can turn your passion for food into a fascinating career! Learn more than the basics – explore art of cooking, based on the principles of classic French and contemporary American cuisines.

Aviation Technology

Aviation Technology

In the nationally respected Aviation Technology Program, students receive hands-on instruction in Airframe & Powerplant, Structural Repair and Avionics on the grounds of Tucson International Airport.

TRiO fostering success

TRiO fostering success

Desert Vista Campus hosts three federal TRiO programs: Upward Bound,
Educational Talent Search and Project GREAT; all help potential first-generation college students succeed.

Early Childhood studies

Early Childhood studies

PCC offers certificates and degrees, including Associate of Arts in Early Childhood Education and Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Studies. Teacher’s aide, lead teacher and instructional aide are among the career options.