Student and Employee Resources

Respect on Campus

Respect on Campus works to reduce dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking by providing students with information to increase knowledge. Contact Respect on Campus at 719.502.2762.

Respect on Campus

Student Counseling and Resource Center

Pikes Peak Community College has counselors who support students that are undergoing academic, social, family, work, and financial stress. The Student Counseling and Resource Center (SCRC) is a confidential and free resource for students. Students may receive an assessment and referrals to both on-campus and/or community resources, as needed. The Student Counseling and Resource Center also provides educational groups for students and training for faculty. Contact the Student Counseling Center at 719.502.4782.

Student Counseling and Resource Center

Dean of Students

The Dean Students assists with the academic-related needs of students who have experienced sexual misconduct. May provide changes to academic situations and will notify the student as to what changes are reasonably available. Provide information about conduct process, legal and criminal options, and other possible remedies. Contact the Dean of Students at 719.502.2367.

Title IX Coordinator

The Title IX Coordinator is the employee designated by the college president to oversee all civil rights complaints, including sexual misconduct. Carlton Brooks also acts as the Title VI, Title VII and Equal Opportunity Coordinator. Kim Hennessy is the Title IX Deputy Coordinator. Contact a Title IX Coordinator at 719.202.2600.

Title IX

Campus Police

The Department of Campus Police is located at all campuses. The Department is staffed by 17 state certified peace officers. All PPCC Campus Police officers are commissioned State peace/police officers. They have full police authority and functions the same as any other law enforcement agency in the State of Colorado and on college property. Contact Campus Police at 719.502.2900.

Campus Police

Colorado Employee Assistance Program

The Colorado State Employee Assistance Program (C-SEAP) provides counseling for employees with personal and workplace issues such as stress, anxiety, depression, grief, relationship issues, traumatic events, domestic violence, suicidal thoughts. This is a confidential and FREE resource for employees. C-SEAP also provides education and assistance accessing community resources. Contact C-SEAP at 800.821.8154.

Colorado State Employee Assistance Program