You may rent a Texas Instruments TI-83, TI-84, or TI-89 calculator by visiting the Math Support Center, Room M2850. Calculators must be returned to this location by the last day of the semester.
Room M1200 and M1350
The Bookstore has new, used, rental and digital books and is open at the beginning of each semester. Textbooks may also be rented or purchased from the Campus Store when the Bookstore is closed. Visit the store website at www.arapahoeshop.com for Bookstore hours.
The Campus Store, located adjacent to the Espresso Yourself Cafe, has everything the Bookstore offers plus the following items: tablets, laptops, computer software and accessories, ACC clothing, backpacks, school supplies, graduation regalia, Scantron test sheets, nursing and medical reference books, study guides, greeting cards, gift items, special orders and gift cards.
Buying or renting books: To find out which books are needed for each of your classes, access your detailed schedule. After finding the department, course number and section number, you may access the store website to determine which textbook is needed for the class. Titles are available for purchase or rent online or in the bookstore at the beginning of each semester or in the Campus Store the remainder of the year. Visit the store website for details regarding store hours.
Charging books to your financial aid: Contact Financial Aid for the allowed dates each semester that your aid may be used to purchase books. To order online or purchase or rent in-store, you will need your class schedule, Student ID number and card.
Book returns: A full refund will be given for textbooks (excluding Final Sale items) returned prior to the semester specific refund deadline as posted in the bookstore and the store's website. Materials purchased after the semester specific deadline (but before the final week of class) must be returned within 2 business days of purchase. Materials purchased during the last week of classes or final exams are not returnable/refundable. You MUST have a receipt for any refund request. Visit the campus store website for further details.
Selling textbooks back: The best time to sell textbooks back is at the end of the semester, immediately before or during finals. If your textbook is being used for an upcoming semester, and if the Bookstore needs it, you could receive up to 50% of the price you paid, based on the condition of the book. A current Student ID card or class schedule is required. Visit the campus stores on Facebook.
The Center provides flexible, convenient, moderately-priced preschool and childcare services for ACC students, faculty, staff and community members. We will be accepting children ages 18 months to 5 years old. Children must be enrolled to attend; we do not accept drop-ins. This NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) accredited center also serves as a demonstration school for Early Childhood Education and Pediatric Nursing students to observe, read stories and participate in developmentally-appropriate learning experiences with the children. Child Care Stipends are available for Fall and Spring Semesters and are awarded in the Fall. Stipends and Child Care spots are limited and we usually have a wait list, so we recommend you apply early. Visit the Child Care page to learn more.
The Fitness Center has Life Fitness, PreCor, Free Motion, Star Trac, and Nautilus equipment. There are free weights available, as well as popular workout equipment including TRX training straps, Bosu training, Fitballs. A basketball court is available for your use during posted times. Contact the Fitness Center or visit their page for details on hours of operation. ACC students with a valid ACC student ID card have unlimited access during operating hours.
Vending machines are located throughout the Main Building and Art & Design Center on the Littleton Campus, and are available on the Parker and Castle Rock campuses, as well. Refund requests or problems with the machines on the Littleton Campus can be addressed to the Cashier’s Office. At Parker and Castle Rock, contact the front desk.
Information about enrolling in health insurance can also be obtained through Colorado’s Health Insurance Marketplace.
As an ACC student, you have access to over 30,000 print books, 160,000 eBooks, music CDs, DVDs, iPad Airs, laptops, Kindles, anatomical models, microscopes, slides, and phone chargers. We also have large and small group study rooms with dry erase boards and markers can be check out at the circulation desk. We have lots of computers on both floors that print to our black/white and color printers and every student begins the semester with $25.00 in free printing. Our first floor is a "Quiet Zone" and the second floor provides a learning commons atmosphere where we encourage groups to use the large tables to work on assignments. Our librarians are eager to help you with your research needs, show you how to properly cite your sources, or just recommend a good book. Learn more by going to the Library website, visiting us on the 2nd floor of the main building in Littleton (we are behind the red doors), emailing the librarians [at] arapahoe.edu (ACC Library) or calling 303.797.5090.
On the Main Campus, the Lost and Found service is located in the Campus Police office. Found items are kept for 60 days, so check with Campus Police often if you have lost something. At the Parker and Castle Rock campuses, check with the front desk. Proper identification on your valuables helps us return your property to you faster.
FREE Math Help! ACC math instructors provide help with homework and online resources for all math courses. Study tables and computer stations are available for your use. View the schedule.
Printing from an On-Campus Computer
Students may print to a variety of printers on each ACC campus location. At the beginning of each semester students are provided printing quota equivalent to 250 black and white prints. At any point in time students may add credit to their print accounts by visiting the Cashier's office on the second floor of the main building on the Littleton campus or the front desk of the Parker or Castle Rock campuses. If the Cashier's office is closed at the end of the day students may visit the Library in the Main building to add funds. Refunds are not available for funds deposited into print accounts. Funds deposited into print accounts are not rolled over from one semester to another. Each semester accounts are reset back to 250 black and white prints. Black and white prints are are charged 10 cents per page and color are charged 25 cents per page.
CopiesBlack and white copies are available for 10 cents per page in the Library on the Main Campus (Weber Center for Learning Resources), Room M2500. Copies at the Parker Campus can be done from the Open Computer Lab and picked up at the front desk.
ScanningThe Library at the Littleton Campus has a self-service scanner available for student use.
Student ID Cards may be obtained from the Admissions and Records office at the Littleton campus, as well as at the Castle Rock campus and the Parker campus. Your Student ID serves as your ACC Library card, and is required to use the Fitness Center, sell books back to the Bookstore, access the Art and Design Center building, and for admittance to some College activities. It is also useful for the computer labs. A valid Student ID may also entitle you to student discounts at select local businesses.
The Center is a free service for all currently enrolled students and offers a safe, friendly and knowledgeable environment to give you help, understanding and answers.
Staffed by advanced students in all academic subjects, this valuable support provides you help with concepts, assignments and online resources. Learn from students who have excelled in many of the courses you are taking.
Peer tutors also provide you with connections on campus, act as a sounding board for your concerns, and offer guidance, coaching and problem-solving ideas. They are an excellent source for general college information and practical advice to help you stay on course and not give up if the going gets rough.
Located in the Library, we offer free one-on-one tutoring sessions (in-person and online) to develop your writing skills. Our tutors work with any skill level, from any class or discipline, at any stage of the writing process. While we are not a proofreading or editing service, tutors are happy to work with you on proofreading strategies and understanding mechanics. Call the Writing Center or visit the Writing Center page to schedule an appointment for an in-person tutoring session.