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Learn how to
- register for a course
- audit a course
- request a course
Learn more about resources available to Pima students. Read more about our policies, how to earn credit for prior learning, and funding resources that may be available.
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Important Links for Next Steps
Audit a Course
Almost all our credit classes are open for noncredit registration as an audit student. If you love to learn, but don’t want to take the assessment, this is a great way to grow personal knowledge. to find your course:
- Search the credit catalog
- Select the course and section (CRN)
- Complete your registration by, calling 520.206.4737
You may choose to attend a credit course without earning college credit. Auditing means you enroll in a regular college course and attend classes without receiving college credit.
NOTE: If you think you'd like to use an audit class for prior learning credit at a later date, tell the instructor. You must take assessments to prove you have attained the learning objectives.
Learn more about auditing a course by visiting our main Pima site.
Prior Learning Assessment
Through Prior Learning Assessment (PLA), you can earn college credit for the knowledge you gained in your prior life and work experiences.
Learn more and find out if you qualify for earning Prior Learning Assessment by visiting our main site.
Kids & Teens
Pima offers youth programs to encourage kids and teens in our community to learn while building academic skills. Learn more about
- Dual Enrollment,
- Educational Talent Search,
- Upward Bound
- Theatre Productions
Visit our main site to learn about these and other opportunties for youth in our community.
Pima Youth also provides opportunity to to get involved and learn. Visit our Pima Youth page to find the right summer camp or class.
Register for a Course
To register follow these easy steps:
- Select your course
- Provide your full name, physical address, phone number, email DOB
- No placement exams, no residency
- Pay and receive confirmation of enrollment
What happens if a class is cancelled?
Full refunds are issued when a class is cancelled by the College. Students will be notified and given the opportunity to choose another course or request a refund.
What happens when students request a refund?
Students will receive a full refund if their request is received 7 calendar days prior to the start of class.
When are refunds granted?
Due to the short duration of noncredit classes, refunds are granted before the class has been confirmed to run which is a week prior to the course start date.
If you need to request a refund or require assistance, contact our office.