Catherine Lurvey 
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Re: “A Pima-Shaped Hole

Some have their facts slightly distorted. The phrase 'academic probation' makes it sound as if the probation is due to academic issues when in fact it is due to governance issues. Second, not all teachers are without confidence; I can make this statement as I am an adjunct at the college. Their may be a culture of fear and retaliation intact somewhere but I have not personally experienced this, perhaps because I am on campus only part-time.

Some folk need to understand that if students do their general education classes at Pima it is very common to then transfer these credits to UA, NAU or ASU and still finish college in just 4 years. but truth be told, there are plenty of students who start a 4-year university without ever taking classes at Pima who still need more than 4 years to complete the degree. Five or 6 years to get a university degree is also not uncommon.

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Posted by Catherine Lurvey on 04/17/2014 at 12:54 PM

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