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DEI Student Clubs, Organizations & Initiatives

"We should indeed keep calm in the face of difference, and live our lives in a state of inclusion and wonder at the diversity of humanity" - George Takei.

All Student Handbook

The PPCC All Student Handbook contains pertinent information affecting students, current through the date of its issuance. To the extent that any provision of the Handbook is inconsistent with State or Federal law, State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education Policies (BPs) or Colorado Community College System President’s Procedures (SP’s), the law, the BPs and the SPs shall supersede and control.

Black Student Union

Club American Sign Language (CASL)

Global Village

The Global Village at Pikes Peak Community College is an association of students, staff, faculty, and community members who share experiences, value culture, and make connections. Anyone with a global background or outlook is welcome.

Japanese Culture Club 

LatinX Student Union

Multicultural Awareness Conference (MAC)

The primary conference goal is to encourage collegial discussion and build civic engagement on issues of diversity and inclusion. The Multi- Cultural Awareness Conference (MAC) is a co-curricular event (including faculty and staff mentorship outside of the classroom) that is designed to allow students to present and attend a college conference.

Multicultural Student Union (MSU)

The purpose and goals of the MSU are:

A. To develop the skills and the abilities of students enrolled at Pikes Peak Community College (PPCC).
B. To address ourselves significant social problems affecting PPCC’s diverse student community as well as all other segments of the population.
C. To develop an internal support system for PPCC’s multicultural students.
D. To promote, exhibit and implement values and lifestyles that support the community, thereby enhancing the psychological, educational, cultural, and economic status of PPCC’s multicultural students.
E. To promote a greater understanding and appreciation of multicultural students’ cultures and lifestyles.

Student Veterans of America (SVA)

Undocumented Student Information

Pikes Peak Community College is an open-door institution which allows any student to attend, regardless of citizenship. We do not ask for immigration status, but we ask about citizenship status. This helps determine your tuition. Undocumented, ASSET (Advancing Students for a Stronger Economy Tomorrow), and DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) students should choose the “Non-U.S. Citizen” option on the application.