For an associate degree or certificate program in the Littleton area, a suburb south of Denver, Colorado, Arapahoe Community College is prepared to fill your educational needs.
Of the many programs offered by ACC, Automotive Service Technology, Computer Science, Construction Supervision, Game Design and Development, Interior Design, Mortuary Science, Retail Management, Early Childhood Education, Emergency Dispatch, Nurse Aide, and Web Design make up some of the more interesting majors.
ACC is more than just a collection of academic programs. There are also an array of student services such as academic advising, bookstore, library, campus safety, child development center, fitness facilities, and a testing center.
The career center has career counseling by appointment, career exploration services, a resource library, job searches, resume writing, interview workshops, and job fairs.
Need-based financial aid is available in the forms of grants, work-study, loans and scholarships for those who qualify. Around 35 different scholarships are offered to eligible students and are awarded based on major, grade point average, essays and other specific requirements.
Arapahoe also participates in a program called College Opportunity Fund, which gives a set amount of money per unit you take in school to Colorado resident students who apply.
Quick Facts about Arapahoe Community College
Large Town Setting
Large (5,000 to 10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
ACC Ratings & Reviews
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- American Indian or Alaska native
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