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Q: How do I apply to ACC Parker Campus?
A: Go to arapahoe.edu and apply to become a student. When you are accepted and receive your student identification ("S") number, you can register for courses offered at the Parker Campus using the specific courses Call Registration Number (CRN). Parker Campus classes are in the ACC Schedule of Classes, identified in the Room column as "Parker." All registration is online and accessible at arapahoe.edu, under myACC student menu

Q: Is ACC Parker Campus a part of Arapahoe Community College?
A: Yes. ACC Parker Campus is an extension campus of Arapahoe Community College.

Q: Is ACC Parker Campus part of Chaparral High School?
A: No. ACC Parker Campus is directly west of Chaparral High School in our own building. We are a college campus, not a high school campus, although some high school students take college classes here. 

Q: Can I earn a degree directly from ACC Parker Campus?
A: No. When you attend the ACC Parker Campus, any degree you receive after completing all requirements will come from Arapahoe Community College.

Q: What are the ACC Parker Campus business hours?
A: Normal business hours are from 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday through Thursday; Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Q: What programs are offered at ACC Parker Campus?
A: Primarily, Arapahoe Community College offers many associate degrees. Our Workforce Training Division offers Certificates. Please see the ACC Course Catalog for details on all ACC programs.

Q: Does the ACC Parker Campus have a bookstore?
 A: ACC Parker Campus does not have a bookstore.  However, you can have any book purchased through the website sent to our campus free of charge. 

Q: Do I have to pay for a permit to park at ACC Parker Campus?
A:  Yes, parking permits are required to park at the Parker Campus. You can obtain a parking permit from at the Parker Campus. 

Q: Does ACC Parker Campus have community areas for studying in groups or individually?
A: Yes, ACC Parker Campus has two tables located on the second floor for group study. If you wish to study alone, you can also use the Open Computer Lab (Room 123) on the first floor, which has open tables for students to spread out at. Please remain quiet in the Open Computer lab to provide privacy to others who are studying.

Q: Does ACC Parker Campus have computers I can use?
A: Yes, there is an Open Computer Lab  (Room 123) on the first floor that is open during all business hours. Specific computers (located on the wall with windows) are equipped with the software for Computer Information Systems (CIS) students who wish to work outside of the regular CIS FLEX lab hours. This lab is open to students and community members.

Q: Does ACC Parker Campus have wireless internet and would I need a password to access it?
A: ACC Parker Campus has free Wi-Fi. The network to connect to is ACC and please stop by the front desk for password.

Q: Can I take the ACCUPLACER (Computerized Placement Test) at ACC Parker Campus and if so, do I need an appointment?
 A: Yes, the ACCUPLACER test can be taken at ACC Parker Campus during from 9:am to 7:00 pm Monday through Thursday, or 9:00 am to 3:00 pm on Friday. Please call 303.734.4822 to make an appointment. The fee is $10 for ACC students and $40 for non-ACC students. Please present your photo I.D.

Q: I am a student that needs to find a proctor. Does ACC Parker Campus have a Testing Center?
 A: Yes, ACC Parker Campus can proctor your exams. The exam fee is $40 each. Please contact us at 303.734.4822 for details.

Q: Does ACC Parker Campus have a cafeteria or food cart?
 A: No, but we do have a large refrigerator, microwave and two vending machines (snack and drink).

Q: Does Access-A-Ride drop-off and pick-up at ACC Parker Campus?
A: Yes, please contact Access-A-Ride directly to schedule your transportation.

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