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Pharmacy Technician Program Application Process

Students interested in the Associate Degree or Certificate Program will need to complete all of the following steps to be considered for admission. Once the application is complete, an appointment should be made with a Pharmacy Technician Program Adviser.

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*Steps 1 & 2 are for NEW students.

If you are already enrolled at PPCC, you do not need to re-enroll or re-submit transcripts if already submitted.

*Step 1 - Fill out Pikes Peak Community College Admission Form in the Admissions office at one of the four campuses, or at /prospective-students/application/. If you are already a student, you do not need to repeat this step.

*Step 2 - Request copies of official transcripts (including high school and any colleges attended other than Pikes Peak Community College) be sent to:

RECORDS OFFICE
Pikes Peak Community College
5675 S. Academy Blvd.
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
(719) 502-3000

Verify that transcripts have been received by the Records office. If you have already submitted your transcripts to PPCC, you do not need to repeat this step.

If you are already enrolled at PPCC, you do not need to re-enroll or re-submit transcripts if already submitted.

PLEASE NOTE: You will still need to include UNOFFICIAL copies of your transcripts (including PPCC) with your application.

Step 3 - Complete an Application for Admission and schedule an appointment with a PHT Adviser.

Step 4 - Complete, with a C or better, the following prerequisite courses. ALL PREREQUISITES should be completed before applying. Applications with prerequisite coursework still in progress will not be considered.

  • CCR 092 College Composition and Reading OR
  • CCR 094 Studio 121 AND ENG 121 English Composition I
  • MAT 050 Quantitative Literacy OR
  • MAT 083 Math for ClinicalCalc Literacy AND Mat 103 Math for Clinical Calculations ​​​​
  • CSC 105 Computer Literacy OR CIS 118 Introduction to PC Applications

Hand delivery recommended. The Pharmacy Technician Department is not responsible for misplaced application materials or failed delivery of application materials.