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Students

Sabita Bhetuwal

​On a sunny February afternoon, I sat down with PPCC student Sabita Bhetuwal to chat about her native country Nepal and hear her views on her new life in the United States, where she has lived since 2014. Her husband, also originally from Nepal, serves in the U.S. military and is stationed at Fort Carson.

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Students

Sabita Bhetuwal

​On a sunny February afternoon, I sat down with PPCC student Sabita Bhetuwal to chat about her native country Nepal and hear her views on her new life in the United States, where she has lived since 2014. Her husband, also originally from Nepal, serves in the U.S. military and is stationed at Fort Carson.

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Students

Featured Scholarship Recipient Mandetebe Bitema

A pre-nursing student from the African nation of Togo, Mandetebe told the crowd at Professional Development Week that when he was younger, “I was a little bit scared of being a loser.” ​ But winning a scholarship changed that.

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Students

Featured Scholarship Recipient Astride Mukabagula

Astride, a business student and volunteer for The Hanger, a local non-profit that provides clothes to foster children, is a refugee from the Congo. She told the crowd at Professional Development Week about the hardships of growing up in that African nation and how Pikes Peak has helped her find a better life.

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Happenings

Door-2-Door

The Door-2-Door initiative offers academic and career readiness. We expect this collaboration will help students succeed with a 50% increase in graduation and help them on a path into higher education and ultimately career readiness.

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Pro-Tips

Tips for the First Semester

Be Prepared for this Semester The first week of school is awesome. Halls are abuzz with students and you have a fresh set of books full of information you are about to learn. Kick it off right with some of these tips.