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Pikes Peak Community College

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Colorado Springs, United States, North America

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Pikes Peak Community College

Pikes Peak Community College is a community college located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and is the largest institution of higher education in the Pikes Peak region. PPCC offers more than 150 programs in liberal arts and sciences transfer and career technical education. The College's 60+60 Bachelor's Degree Transfer Program guarantees transfer of the PPCC Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degrees to any public institution of higher education in Colorado. Students take two years of study at PPCC, then transfer as a junior to the four-year college or university of their choice. In addition to transfer programs, the College offers a broad range of degrees and certificates in Allied Health, Hi Tech, Business, and Career Tech areas. Pikes Peak Community College has four full-service campuses, three military satellite locations, and an extensive distance education program. The largest campus, the Centennial Campus, is located in southern Colorado Springs near the Fort Carson Army post.

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    Tuition Fees Local - Currency 
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    Tuition Fees Local - Amount 
    2,888
    Tuition Fees - International (Average) 
    12,408
    Tuition Fees - Description 
    Tuition fees are stated on a yearly basis for certain undergraduate degrees and do not include accommodation. These amounts are representative and do not reflect all degrees.
  • Information & Statistics

    Total Number of Students 
    15,242
    Number of Academic Staff 
    372
    Student to Staff Ratio 
    41

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University Address 
5675 S Academy Blvd
Colorado Springs  Colorado  80906-5498
United States

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  • March 13, 1988 was the day we moved to America. Although it wasn't my first time in the country, that date was the beginning of my journey through the American school system. Those eleven years filled me with a lifetime of great memories.

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It was one of the best educational experiences

Reviewer: Anonymous
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It was really nice to attend such a great university, I like the environment and faculty of the University of Health Sciences Antigua.

Reviewer: Rebecca R.
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Studying at St. Andrews was one of the best choices I have ever made.

Reviewer: Andrew L.
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I went to FSU on an athletic scholarship having finished a degree at Stirling University in Scotland.