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Arapahoe Community College

Get Ready to Move Mountains. 

Dream of a better life. Of an associate degree and beyond. Of a new career path. Of a promotion. Of your own business. We can help you as we’ve helped thousands of others. You can do anything if you put your mind to it. ACC can help you every step of the way. 

Littleton Campus

The Littleton Campus, adjacent to Historic Downtown Littleton, is ACC's largest campus offering a variety of academic programs, associate degrees, bachelor’s degrees, and certificates. The unique Art and Design Center is just 2 blocks from the Main Building.

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ACC Littleton 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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ACC Sturm Collaboration Campus at Castle Rock

DCSD Legacy Campus

Located in the Lone Tree / Parker area, at the southeastern corner of the Denver metro area, the DCSD Legacy Campus offers small class sizes taught by caring instructors. In partnership with Douglas County School District, this campus is an ideal place to gain confidence as you start on your path to a technical career you'll love.

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DCSD Legacy Campus


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.

ACC Equity Statement

We welcome and value the identities and experiences of our students, staff, faculty, and surrounding communities. We seek to engage and support historically marginalized groups whom higher education has traditionally failed to serve. We work to foster an equitable and inclusive learning and work environment that supports our students and employees through professional development, programming, reflection, and transformational change of ACC practices, procedures, services, and teaching. We collectively commit to holding ourselves accountable to our equity goals through assessing these efforts with multiple strategies that include voices of those impacted by this work.