Browse our catalog online: Click on courses on the menu bar to the left. Browse by content area, or search by title, instructor, or dates. Full course descriptions, teacher biographies, directions, and other pertinent course information can be accessed by clicking on the dark green links.
Request a catalog: Click on the catalog image in the top left to provide us with your mailing address and we will send you a catalog.
Sign in: If you are new to our site, you will need to create a new student profile. Creating a profile will provide you with your own personal, password-protected account. Having an account will allow you to register online and track your course selections. Click on "sign in" on the menu bar to the left and follow the prompts.
Items in red are required information. Please choose a login that you will remember easily. The demographic information is optional, and is used by the College strictly for planning and statistical purposes. You will receive a copy of your profile via email.
After you have created a student profile (and on subsequent visits when you sign in), you will notice additional menu options that will allow you to edit your profile, check your current registrations, and view your transactions.
Register Online: Browse through the catalog and click the boxes next to the classes that you are interested in; then add them to your shopping cart. Follow the directions to complete your registration at our secured site with your credit card. You will receive an email confirmation within 24 hours.
How do I know if there is space available? If a class is already filled, the box will be black and you will not be able to check it. You will be able to select an option of being placed on a waiting list.
Can I register a friend or family member? Yes, once you create a Household Profile, you can add friends and family members to your account.
Contact us for more information: If you have any questions about using this site, please don't hesitate to contact us, by email or by calling (719) 502-2404.
When do classes meet?
Continuing Education offers three terms each year: the winter term runs January through March; the spring term runs April through May; and the fall term runs October through December. We also offer our Teen College programs during the months of June and July, for students entering 7th, 8th, and 9th grades.
Class days, dates, and times are specified in the course descriptions and printed on email confirmations upon registration.
Where do classes meet?
Classes meet at the PPCC Downtown Studio, Centennial, Rampart Range campuses and at other community locations.
Class locations and directions will be noted in the course description and on your registration confirmation.
Who is eligible to take Continuing Education classes?
Continuing Education welcomes people from all communities and of any race, color, sexual orientation, religion, and national or ethnic origin. Classes are open to people of high-school age and older, unless otherwise indicated in the course description.
When can I sign up?
Registration usually opens 30 days before the start of a term and stays open until the first day of the class as long as space remains available. Many classes can fill up quickly, so we encourage you to register early.
What are your policies for payment of fees?
Full tuition must accompany your registration. Payment may be made by check, money order, cash, MasterCard, or Visa.
Is there a registration fee?
How do I register?
On the internet: You can register for Continuing Education classes by clicking on the "Log in" link at left. Then click on the "courses" link to browse through our catalog. When you find classes that you want to take, add them to your shopping cart and then complete your order via our secure server.
By mail: Mail your completed registration form with check or money order to: Pikes Peak Community College, Workforce Development Division, 5675 S. Academy Blvd., Colorado Springs, CO 80906.
In person: You may register in person at the Centennial Campus. We are located in room A-223.
Can I sign up a friend or family member?
When registering online, friends and family members can be added by creating a Household Profile.
Can I purchase gift certificates?
At this time, we do not sell gift certificates.
How will I know if I get into a class?
If you register yourself online, you will be able to see whether there is still space available in a class. Once you complete the necessary payment information, you are registered. You will receive an email confirmation within 24 hours.
If you provide an email address when you register by mail or fax, you will receive an email confirmation within 24 hours after we process your registration. If you do not have email but would like a confirmation, please include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your registration.
What happens if a course is full?
If the course you select is full, you can request to be placed on a waiting list. If you paid by credit card, your account will not be charged. If you paid with separate checks for each course, your check will not be deposited. If you paid with one check for more than one class, you will have credit in your account.
If space opens up in the class, we will advise you.
Can a class be cancelled because of low enrollment?
In most cases, we require at least five students for a class to run. If we have to cancel a class due to low enrollment, we will notify you at least two days before the class is scheduled to begin. If you need more notice, we suggest you call or email the office to check enrollment.
If we have to cancel your class, you can request a full refund of your tuition or transfer to another course of your choice, space permitting.
What if I cannot attend a course as planned?
If you need to withdraw from a class and notify us at least two business days before the class starts, you will receive a credit or refund of the course fee. If you notify us fewer than two days before the class starts, and we are able to fill your spot from a waiting list, you will receive a credit or full refund of the course fee.
No refunds will be made once a class has started, but you may request to be transferred to another class if space is available.
What happens in case of inclement weather?
The Community Education Courses will follow the PPCC Campus Closures, specifically for the campus or location your class will be held at.
If your course is held at the Downtown Studio Campus and the campus is open or closed, your course will reflect appropriately. Likewise, if your course is held at the Centennial Campus and the campus is open or closed, your course will reflect appropriately.
If the campus or location is closed, you will receive an email regarding the closure. Please know that Pikes Peak Community College will generally stay open unless there is a road closure or an emergency situation. We encourage you to watch the news and check the ppcc.edu website for most up to date information regarding specific campus closure.
Can I make up missed classes?
Students may not make up absences by attending classes other than their own.
If a class session is postponed by an instructor or due to extreme weather, a make-up will be scheduled.
What if I am not satisfied with a class?
We are proud of the quality of our programs. If you are not satisfied with a class, please contact us immediately and we will do everything within our power to address your concerns.