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Student Body Profile

2017-2018 Academic Year (Fall/Spring/Summer)

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Pikes Peak Community College served a total of 18, 604 students during our 2017-2018 academic year.

35%

Ethnic Minorities

43%

Male Students

57%

Female Students

26

Average Age

32%

Enrolled Full-time

68%

Enrolled Part-time

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Military Students

  • 15% Veterans
  • 4% Active
  • 6% Family

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Financial Aid

  • 52% Receive Financial Aid
  • 34% Receive Pell Grants

 

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Graduation & Beyond

  • 48% Degrees
  • 52% Certificates
  • 53% Retention
  • 17% Graduation
  • 3,610 Students Transfer to 4-Year Institutions
  • 1,189 Transfer to UCCS

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Fast Facts

2018-2019 Academic Year (Fall/Spring/Summer)

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Campuses

Centennial Campus
5675 S. Academy Blvd.
Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Rampart Range Campus
11195 Interquest Parkway
Colorado Springs, CO 80921

Downtown Studio Campus
100 W. Pikes Peak Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

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Learning Centers

Fort Carson Education Center
719-502-4200

Peterson Education Center
719-556-4996

Creekside Education Center
Falcon School District 49

Woodland Park High School
Woodland Park School District RE-2

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Faculty

Total Employees: 1,246

  • Full-time & Part-time faculty:195
  • Adjunct Faculty:652
  • Staff:399

Full-time faculty with doctorate degree: 26

Full-time faculty with master’s degree: 134

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Tuition

Rates Per Credit Hour

  • Resident Rate with Colorado Opportunity Fund (COF): $148.90
  • Non-Resident Rate: $610.90

Average full-time tuition (12 credits) per semester: $1,786.50+books+fees

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Economic Impact

PPCC contributes $390.3 million to the local economy. (2016 data)

Students receive a rate of return of 13.1% on the money they invested in their community college education. (2016 data)

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