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Arapahoe Community College

Littleton Campus

The Littleton Campus, adjacent to Historic Downtown Littleton, is ACC’s main campus, offering a variety of academic programs, associate degrees, bachelor’s degrees, and certificates. The unique Art and Design Center is just two blocks from this scenic campus.

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ACC Littleton Campus

Parker Campus

Located in Parker, at the southeastern corner of the Denver metro area, the Parker Campus offers small class sizes taught by caring instructors. With just one two-story building, this cozy campus is an ideal place to gain confidence as you start—or restart—your college education.

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ACC Parker Campus

Sturm Collaboration Campus

The Sturm Collaboration Campus is a partnership between ACC, Douglas County School District and Colorado State University. Students can seamlessly progress from a high school diploma, to an associate degree, and then complete a bachelor's degree in Business, Health and Technology Pathways.

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Sturm Collaboration Campus Rendering

Accreditation

Arapahoe Community College is currently accredited by The Higher Learning Commission. ACC has been accredited since 1970.

Student Life

Student life at ACC is active and vibrant. Students can get involved in clubs and organizations, campus activities, academic experiences, and volunteering. Diversity and inclusivity are central to the ACC community.

Diversity Statement

We respect, understand, and embrace the differences and similarities among our students, staff, faculty and the community we proudly serve. As a community, ACC encourages the richness of diversity and values the dignity of all persons. We strive to foster an equal and positive learning environment that reflects the diverse nature of the people of Colorado and the nation.