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Mission

The DMVP empowers military personnel, veterans, and their families to achieve their academic, career, and personal goals. We do this by:

  • Providing quality support services
  • Building collaborative relationships with local military bases and community service providers

Organizational Values

  • Collaboration: We will leverage all and everything to get to the best result for our students and people.
  • Integrity: We will be true in all we do, and we will always try to do the right thing.
  • Student Focus: Student success at PPCC is why we are here, and we will keep focus on the student in all that we do. 
  • Dedication to Excellence: If we are going to do something, we will do it well and with excellence. 

We are a proud institutional member of the following organizations that support Military & Veteran Education:

  • CO-ACME (Colorado Advisory Council on Military Education)

  • NAIMES (National Association of Institutions for Military Education Services)

  • CCME (Council of College and Military Educators)

  • NAVPA (National Association of Veteran Program Administrators)

  • SOC (Service members Opportunity College 2-year institution)

MVP is your go-to source for assistance with:

  • On-post, on-base compressed general education classes in eight-week and other shorter formats designed to fit the schedule of active duty military.
  • College application, enrollment and student portal training as well as general college information.
  • Academic advising on how to use your benefits to ensure benefit eligibility.
  • Evaluation of Active Duty Military Training for College Credit (Prior Learning Assessment).
  • Tutoring and academic support through Veterans Upward Bound (VUB).
  • Community-based referrals for non-educational assistance.
  • Engagement in military and veteran related programming and events, including Veterans Day observations.
  • Membership in the Student Veterans of America Club. If interested, contact: mvp@ppcc.edu.
  • Military withdrawal from classes due to duty conflict.
  • Discounted spouse tuition for classes taken on military sites (active duty spouse must also be concurrently enrolled in on-site classes).
  • Scholarship opportunities through our Institutional Member organizations.

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Military Viewbook

Download your copy of our viewbook to learn more about our programs and how you can find your way to rewarding careers with Pikes Peak Community College.

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GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.