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Pueblo Community College, located in Pueblo, Colorado, is a public, non-denominational, coeducational, two-year institution that was founded in 1933 and is currently operating on the semester system. It is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle St., Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604; website; phone: 800.621.7440.


Pueblo Community College Provides:

  • Open Access - In the academic year 2016/17, PCC served 7,281 students, which represents a full-time equivalent (FTE) student enrollment of 3,424
  • Career & Technical Education (CTE) - In the academic year 2016/17 1,944 CTE certifications anddegrees were awarded to PCC students. More than 2,219 students were enrolled in CTE programs
  • General Education - In the academic years 2016/17, 149 student graduated with an Associates of General Studies, whiel 190 graduated with either an Associates of Arts degree or an Associate of Science degree.
  • Transer to Public Four - Year Colleges and Universities - In the academic year 2016/17, 488 PCC students trasnferred to a four-year insitution (only include in-state institutions?
  • Concurrent Enrollment - In the academic year 2016/17, PCC served 1,905 high school students, creating pathways from high school into higher education.
  • Remedial Education/Basic Skills - Commmunity colleges provide remedial education for students who lack the skills to do college-level work. In the academic year 2016/17, PCC served 1,547 student in one or more remedial courses, 15% of the overall PCC headcount.
  • Workforce Development - In the academic year 2016/17, PCC trained 1,935 area workers through its programs (duplicate count). PCC's five largest partners are teh Colorado Department of Corrections, EVRAZ Rocky Mountain Steel, UTC Aerospace, Ute Mountain Tribe, and Vestas Towers.


Pueblo Community College is governed by the State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education, which comprises thirteen state system community colleges. The Colorado Commission on Higher Education (CCHE) is the central policy and coordinating board for all public institutions of higher education and establishes policy on legislative, academic, and fiscal matters.


PCC has an open-door admission policy. This means we impose no admission requirements on individuals 16 years of age or older. However, admission to the college does not guarantee they can enroll in certain courses or programs having certain prerequisites or program admission requirements. Individuals may apply online through the MyCommunity ED site, at any PCC registration station, or by filling out an application form and sending or taking it to the Admissions and Records office of the campus they plan to attend.


The U.S. Department of Education has designated PCC as a Hispanic-Serving Institution based on the college’s commitment to serve Hispanic and low income students, and two Title V grants are helping PCC meet this commitment. Who are our students:

  • 80% of our students attend PCC part-time
  • 41% of our students are minorities
  • 32% of our students are Hispanic
  • 61% of our students are female
  • 56% of our students are under 25 years old
  • 93% of our students are Colorado residents
  • 65% of our students are frist -generation college students
  • 68% of our students qualify for federal financial aid


PCC has experienced dramatic enrollment growth over the past 15 years and we now have two branch campuses. The Fremont Campus, located in Cañon City, serves Fremont and Custer counties. Pueblo Community College Southwest serves Archuleta, Dolores, La Plata, Montezuma, and San Juan counties. The branch campuses serve approximately 1,700 students per year and provide transfer, career, and technical programs.

PCC Facilities

PCC is one of the most dynamic and progressive community colleges in Colorado. We continually strive to provide modern facilities, state-of-the-art equipment, and comprehensive technical and transfer programs that prepare students to enter the job market or transfer to a four-year school. Our faculty and staff are committed to student success, offering quality classroom instruction and academic support.

PCC is a technologically advanced school that aims to provide a skilled and educated workforce to industry through its Gorsich Advanced Technology Center. Our partnerships with business and industry help provide the state-of-the-art equipment enabling our students to acquire the highly technical skills needed to step right into the workforce upon graduating.

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