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PPCC Name Changes Strive for Clarity

Weeding out the jargon.

Bringing World Affairs to the Springs

Student prepares for epic trip to D.C. World Affairs Council Conference

Pikes Peak Community College and the 33rd Space Symposium

Recently, over 100 Pikes Peak Community College students and faculty supported this cause by participating in the 33rd Space Symposium at the Boeing Exhibit Center next to The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs.

PPCC Student Releases Her Debut Americana Album

In between classes and homework, Audrey Bussanich has built a music career.

2017 Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Awards

PPCC honors faculty, students and staff for their outstanding contributions to PPCC in diversity, equity and inclusion.

Jaramillos Show How Pikes Peak Transformed Their Family

One size doesn't fit all when it comes to colleges. But, as the Jaramillo family discovered, PPCC has a lot of sizes.

PPCC Students Heat Up Culinary Contests

18 students took home gold awards at the recent competition in Denver.

Constructing a solution to the growth challenge

Pikes Peak Community College is adding a building and construction technology program in response to the demand for a skilled construction workforce.

PPCC Skill Trade Students Score Big at National Competition

Pikes Peak students earned one gold and two silvers at the 53rd annual National Leadership and Skills Conference & Competition in Louisville, Kentucky.

Pikes Peak Community College chefs on the skills that help them succeed

This Colorado Springs Independent story written by Griffin Swartzell describes how PPCC's Culinary Arts programs provides chefs with the array of skills they need to succeed in the culinary world.

PPCC's response to the imperiled DACA Program

Colleges throughout the U.S. are formulating responses to moves from Washington that imperil the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Pikes Peak Community College President Dr. Lance Bolton talks about what this means for our college.

Wigged Out

Author: Malcolm McCollum Becoming a teacher in the 70s where "the facilities and equipment and salaries were minimal, but that was far less important than the freedom and responsibility we had as instructors."