Pikes Peak Community College

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Pikes Peak Community College
TypeCommunity College
PresidentDr. Lance Bolton
Location, ,
United States

38°45′52″N 104°47′12″W / 38.764491°N 104.786739°W / 38.764491; -104.786739Coordinates: 38°45′52″N 104°47′12″W / 38.764491°N 104.786739°W / 38.764491; -104.786739
ColorsBlack, red
Logo for Pikes Peak Community College
PPCC's Centennial Campus.

Pikes Peak Community College is a public community college in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It is the largest institution of higher education in the Pikes Peak region. PPCC offers more than 150 programs in liberal arts and sciences transfer and career technical education. The college's 60+60 Bachelor's Degree Transfer Program guarantees transfer of the PPCC Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degrees to any public institution of higher education in Colorado. Students take two years of study at PPCC, then transfer as a junior to the four-year college or university of their choice. In addition to transfer programs, the college offers a broad range of degrees and certificates in Allied Health, High Tech, Business, and Career Tech areas.


Pikes Peak Community College has three full-service campuses, three military satellite locations, and an extensive distance education program. The largest campus, the Centennial Campus, is located in southern Colorado Springs near the Fort Carson Army post. The Downtown Studio Campus is located in the heart of downtown Colorado Springs, the Rampart Range Campus is located at the north end of the city.

While students may study General Education (CORE) courses at all four campuses, certain programs are site specific. Centennial Campus is the largest, and offers all academic disciplines as well as several career and technical programs including an emergency medical services (EMS) training program with a state-of-the-art EMS simulation (SIM) Lab.[citation needed] Rampart Range Campus hosts some of the college's Health Sciences programs, including the Nursing Program, which includes a state-of-the-art Nursing SIM Lab. The Downtown Studio Campus is a hub for the fine arts programs. In 2008 the Falcon Campus was opened, but is no longer in service to the College.[1] Three satellite education centers offer a variety of courses and programs at local Military bases. Courses for military education are held at various dates and times which are different from the traditional semester.

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  1. ^ https://m.gazette.com/ppcc-to-move-falcon-campus-closer-to-d-49-high-schools-in-effort-to-increase-enrollment/article/1549518
  2. ^ "Leslie Smith UFC Bio". Retrieved January 1, 2014.

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