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Letter to the Community from ACC

Dear ACC Community Partners,

At this time of unprecedented challenges, we want you to know that ACC stands with you in the fight against this current global pandemic, COVID-19. ACC has had the honor to be your community college partner for over 50 years. We take our role in our communities seriously, and we are very proud of our faculty, staff, students, and alumni who are making a difference in addressing these COVID-19 challenges. 

ACC has had the privilege to train many of the nurses, EMTs, police officers, early childhood professionals, medical assistants, lab technicians, and mortuary personnel that are on the front lines of this battle. Their heroism simply has been remarkable. While we have temporarily closed our campus facilities and moved to remote instruction in an effort to play our role in social distancing, the college is still open in every sense of the word to serve you. If you have been laid off and/or seeking a career change, we are here for you. We partner with major sectors such as health care, technology, finance, the arts, aerospace, and advanced manufacturing so we can keep top talent flowing into our workforce in careers with sustainable wages.

Our ACC Foundation and workforce programs are here to partner with your organizations and businesses who seek to collaborate to build innovative workforce solutions, such as apprenticeships, scholarship funding, and financial support for program innovation. We seek to graduate well-prepared students from our high quality programs at the most affordable cost in Colorado, and we can’t do it without the financial support of our partners. 

Thank you again for standing with ACC for over 50 years. We are here to support our communities and work together towards a stronger tomorrow. #ACCStrong

Sincerely,
Diana M. Doyle, Ph.D.
President, Arapahoe Community College

For information on how to enroll or learn more about ACC programs:
ACC Admissions Office
303.797.5637 
admissions [at] arapahoe [dot] edu

For information on Workforce and Community Programs:
Eric Dunker
Associate Vice President and Dean of Business, Technology, and Workforce Partnerships
303.797.5859
eric [dot] dunker [at] araphaoe [dot] edu

For information on volunteer, sponsorship or investment opportunities:
Courtney Loehfelm
Executive Director, ACC Foundation
720.440.4666
courtney [dot] loehfelm [at] arapahoe [dot] edu

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