Parker Campus

ACC Parker Campus
ACC CNA Instructor Vera Ryan with students Meza, Mascarro, and Chaves
ACC Parker traveling reference librarian Ann Priestman
ACC Parker Campus EMT students next to ambulance
ACC Parker Student Life with Lisa Mayte Edwards, VP of Student Affairs
ACC Parker Campus Dessert with Diane (Diane Hegeman, VP of Instruction)

 

 

Ready to Move Mountains!

The Parker Campus provides a convenient location and offers affordable and career relevant opportunities to earn your Associate Degree, Certificate, or complete transfer courses accepted by a variety of 4 year universities. Day and evening classes are available to suit your scheduling needs. 

 

Parker Campus offers

  • Associate of Arts degrees in: Economics, General Studies, Business, Psychology
  • Certificates: Emergency Medical Technician, Certified Nursing Assistant, Early Childhood Infant/Toddler Teacher, Early Childhood Infant/Toddler Supervisor
  • Guaranteed Transfer courses accepted by four-year universities
  • Student Services: Financial Aid, Advising, Testing, Tutoring Services, Career and Transfer Services, and more!
  • Workforce Training and Community Education courses.
  • A dedicated faculty and staff driven to help you meet your goals and Move Mountains!

 

Register for Classes

Summer registration begins April 4th!

View the ACC Parker and ACC Castle Rock summer 2016 schedule.

Fall registration begins April 11th!

View the ACC Parker and ACC Castle Rock fall 2016 schedule.

Are you a new student?

Sign up for New Student Orientation at our Parker Campus on Wednesday, May 4th!


Parker Campus Contact:

15653 Brookstone Drive
Parker, CO 80134
View Parker Campus map

303.734.4822
303.734.3885 (Fax)
parkercampus@arapahoe.edu

Ready to Move Mountains? Call 303.734.4822 to schedule a tour.

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ACC Parker Campus Community

Rosalyn KlasinskiRosalyn Klasinksi was selected as the Fall 2015 ACC Parker Campus Student Spotlight. Rosalyn was nominated by Professor Shannon Roybal who highlighted her contributions to the classroom, dedication to learning, and compassion and work in the larger community. Professor Roybal shared that Rosalyn is an inspiration and stated “our class is made better with her presence, as are any of the students who are lucky enough to have such a gentle, warm-hearted, dedicated person at their side."
 
Congratulations, Rosalyn! We wish you continued success in all that you do!