Students have unlimited access to the Mountain Metro Transit bus system with a swipe of their Student ID Card at the fare boxes.
The Community Table is a food pantry and shared space for students, faculty, and staff.
In partnership with Southern Colorado Care and Share, the Department of Student Life organizes monthly mobile food markets open to students, staff, and community members. There are no requirements to receive food (no ID or demonstration of need). Food distribution is completed on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Military personnel, veterans, and their families can pick up a bag of food at the Department of Military and Veterans Programs.
As a PPCC student, you have access to free mental health care through the Counseling Center. The Counseling Center’s mission is to support student success by providing mental health counseling services as well as information related to emotional wellness. For additional information, visit the Counseling Center's website.
For location, hours, and contact information, visit the Fitness Center's website.
For locations, hours, and contact information, see the "Food" drop-down menu above.
PPCC Dental Assisting students under the supervision of a licensed dentist will provide low-cost exams, x-rays, restorations, sealants, and fluoride treatments. Open to all PPCC students, employees, and their families (children 8 years and older).
Call 719-502-4049 and leave a message. One of the dental assistant students will get back to you.
We have compiled a list of community resources available to military personnel, veterans, and their families. For more information, visit this website.
IRS-certified Accounting program students and volunteers work under tax professionals' supervision to provide quality tax return services for free to low-to-moderate income Coloradans. The income limit this year is $57,000.
A list of the Tax Help Colorado sites, as well as the locations of other free tax assistance sites in Colorado, is available by calling 2-1-1 or visiting GetMyRefundColorado.org.