The Financial Aid Office is available to help you complete your FAFSA. Schedule an appointment in Navigate to get assistance.
Financial aid is specific to each student. October 1st of each year will open up the next academic year’s Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA). The sooner you get this completed the better.
After you complete the FAFSA and it is processed by PPCC’s Financial Aid Office, log in to myPPCC Portal and select the Student Finance tab in the menu. Next, under My Financial Aid Information, choose "Award Overview" and select the academic year that you are checking. The offer(s) that you see in your Award Overview will vary if you are not enrolled as a Full Time student (taking 12 credit hours or more).
Grants are automatically accepted for you, so there is no action required by you for grants to be accepted.
PPCC has partnered with BankMobile to deliver your financial aid refund. You can set up your refund preference or double check your refund preference.
Log in to myPPCC Portal and select the BankMobile icon from the Dashboard.
This is specific to each student. Log in to myPPCC Portal and select the Student Finance tab in the menu. Next, under My Financial Aid Information, choose "Award Payment Schedule" and select the aid year that you are checking. This will show you the anticipated date for your awards to pay out to PPCC.
Keep in mind, this is the day it pays to PPCC not the day you will receive your refund.
Financial Aid payout will not occur until after the drop date of classes which varies for each part of term. Financial aid pays out on Mondays.
You have the right to cancel all or part of your loan within 14 days of your loan
disbursement. If you wish to cancel any portion of your loan, you must submit a completed
and signed Loan Adjustment Form - Cancel to any PPCC Financial Aid Office requesting cancellation.
If your funds have already been paid, canceling all or part of your loan will require you to return loan funds directly to the lender. Your lender’s information can be found at StudentAid.gov. You will need to log in using your FSA ID.
Complete the Loan Adjustment Form - Increase and return it to any PPCC Financial Aid Office requesting the funds for the desired semester.
This is specific to each student. A ‘withdraw’ from a class means that a student is still financially responsible for the class cost. Calculations are performed at the end of each semester to determine the percentage of the class that was completed. This will affect the amount due for the class that will need to be paid back to PPCC as we will have to return the funds to the government.
If a student does a ‘complete withdraw’ (withdraws from every class during a semester), they will be automatically ineligible for financial aid for the next semester of attendance and must submit an appeal for reconsideration. The student may also be liable to pay a portion of money back to PPCC.
Your financial aid is awarded with the assumption that you will enroll as a Full Time student, meaning you are registered for 12 credit hours or more. If you register for less than 12 credit hours, the award will be prorated as long as the award is high enough to prorate down.
Grants such as the Colorado Student Grant or the Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG) will only prorate to 6 credit hours and will not award for fewer than 6 credit hours.
Student Loans and work study awards will only award at 6 credit hours or more.
Another reason could be that you are on Financial Aid ineligibility in which case you will not receive any Financial funds
Before adding any classes to your schedule, we always recommend meeting with an Academic Advisor to build your Academic Plan. Once you know what classes to take, there are three ways to add or drop from a class:
Each of our campuses and buildings have an assigned location code – i.e. Rampart Range Campus is RRC. The location code can be found in your class details.
Visit our locations and maps page to download a map of our campuses to get a closer look at where your classroom is located.
We recommend checking your class details in Navigate a day or two before your class begins in case there is a classroom change.
Day of the week code:
Monday - M
Tuesday - T
Wednesday - W
Thursday - R
Friday - F
Saturday - S
Sunday - U
You will use D2L to access your classes throughout the semester. To access D2L, go to myPPCC Portal and choose My Schedule from the Dashboard icons. Check D2L on your first day of class
well before your class begins.
Click the link for each class you are taking to view:
- Class syllabus
- Instructor contact information
- Required course materials
Required textbooks for the Summer 2022 semester will be given to students free of charge!
To receive your FREE textbooks, you must place an order for the textbooks on the PPCC Bookstore webpage or on the kiosks at the PPCC Bookstore locations.
Some classes require digital textbooks that you will have access to once the class begins. These books may not be listed as required through the bookstore website. You only need to place an order for books that are listed as required.
To order your free textbooks:
Keep in mind:
PPCC's Student Life Office offers student clubs and organizations for students to
get involved in. Visit the Student Clubs and Organizations page to see what might be a good fit for you.
We also have different types of weekly events sponsored by PPCC. Like our Facebook page to stay up to date on upcoming events.
As a PPCC student, you will have a college email account as soon as you register for classes. It is important you check your college email account on a regular basis because you will receive time sensitive messages from Financial Aid and other departments.
After you register for classes, activate and access your student email by clicking the email icon in the student tools area of your myPPCC Portal dashboard. You will not be able to see this icon until after you register for classes.
Learn how to forward your student email account to your personal email.