Founded in 1965, Arapahoe Community College (ACC) was the first community college to open in the Denver area. What began as Arapahoe Junior College with 550 students, has grown into a vibrant community college consisting of Littleton Campus, ACC Parker Campus and ACC Castle Rock Campus serving over 21,000 credit and non-credit students yearly.
The College now offers over 100 degree and certificate programs. ACC is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
|Ethnicity of our Students||Gender of our Students|
|Amer Indian/Alaskan Native||164||1.6%||Male||4,038||40.9%|
|Black or African American||406||4.1%|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||44||0.4%||New to ACC|
|Two or more Races||40||0.4%||High School||1,568||15.7%|
|Degree Seeking Status|
|The average age (mean) of our students is 27.6 years|
|The median age of our students is 24 years|
|The average class size of our traditional classes is 17.7 students|
|The average student credit load for our students is 7.9 hours|
*Data is from Fall 2011 Countable student population.