All room numbers for student services listed here are located on the second floor of the Main Building, Littleton Campus, unless otherwise noted.
Whether you are a new or current student, Academic Advising assists you with developing an academic plan, understanding academic policies and procedures, learning about degree and certificate requirements, and accessing campus resources to improve student success. You may visit the office on a walk-in basis, or make an appointment online, and you may see any Advisor. Contact us online. Academic Advising is also available at both the Parker and Castle Rock campuses. Contact the Parker or Castle Rock campus to meet with an Academic Advisor at that location.
The Admissions and Records Office processes applications, determines residency and evaluates residency petitions, coordinates the registration process and analyzes transfer credit. The office is responsible for the graduation process. This office also maintains student records, sends transcripts and compiles student enrollment verifications.
The Career and Transfer Center is available to students and alumni to help develop career and academic plans and transition from ACC to continuing education or the workplace. Career services include career exploration and decision-making, career assessments, job search and employment services, resume critiques and job postings, and and annual Career Fair. Individual career counseling appointments, walk-in times, workshops and seminars, and online job and resource database, as well as many additional career tools are available. Transfer services include academic planning, assistance with transfer guides and articulation agreements, two annual transfer fairs, 4-year transfer visits, and transfer information for 4-year colleges and universities. Students are welcome to schedule an appointment with a transfer advisor to learn more about 4-year admissions and scholarship opportunities.
Disability Services can partner with you-encouraging and celebrating accessibility, accountability, and self-advocacy. Let us help motivate and support you toward academic success. Disability Services provides accommodations to qualified students. To request accommodations, please contact Disability Services to set up an intake appointment. Accommodations are decided on a case by case basis and the time needed for implementation of services can vary.
The Financial Aid Office provides assistance with all financial aid, including grants, scholarships, federal work study and student loans. Additional information about financial aid, including Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) appeals, can be found in the Financial Aid and Veterans Affairs section. Please contact the bookstore for all information related to purchasing text books.
Provides one-stop enrollment assistance and can answer many of your general questions about ACC; located on the Littleton Campus.
Student Recruitment & Outreach serves as the first stop where future students come to learn about the programs and services at Arapahoe Community College, emphasizing what makes it one of the best community college choices in the state. The office provides future students with information about the admissions and enrollment process, various degree and certificate programs, basic financial aid, scholarship information and the different student services that ACC provides. Our staff engages future students through a variety of ways such as daily information sessions, campus tours, high school visits and education fairs. Other responsibilities include: enrollment assistance for all concurrently enrolled high school students or underage students (under 17 years old) taking classes at an ACC campus.
Student Affairs fosters a positive, collegial atmosphere on campus by coordinating student activities, events and resources for our students. The Mission of the Student Affairs Office is to facilitate student success and support by providing a variety of programs, activities, services, and experiences that are responsive to the personal, social, cultural and recreational needs of the community college student and are designed to support individuals in achieving their academic, professional, and personal goals.
Campus involvement starts with the Student Affairs Office. Student can attend student activities and events, be a leader by being active in the Student Government and participate in clubs and organizations to make friends and build your resume.
The Student Affairs Office is also a resource for the students. The student discipline and grievance procedures for the college are managed in Student Affairs. You can make an appointment with Counseling Services or find resources for local, off-campus housing and counseling services as well in this office.
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.
Instructional Testing - This service is available to you to take make-up tests, telecourse tests and online tests where you may need a proctored environment. Arrangements must be made with your instructor. Appointments may be required.
Placement Testing- The CCPT is mandated by the State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education for community college students who are seeking a degree or enrolling in college-level English or math. This test takes approximately two and 1/2 hours to complete and there is a testing fee. No appointment is necessary; contact the Littleton Campus Testing Center at 303.797.5993 for available hours. The CCPT is also available at the Parker (303-734-4822) and Castle Rock (303-660-3160) campuses, appointments are required on those campuses.
GED Testing- Register at www.ged.com. You may take all or part of the exam in one day or over several days. When you have successfully completed the exam, a high school equivalency certificate from the Colorado Department of Education will be issued to you.
Correspondence Testing- The Testing Center provides proctoring for: DANTE exams, CLEP, NET, HOBET, TOEFL, Castle Worldwide, Kryterion, Comira, Pearson Vue, TD, and correspondence testing for other colleges. Visit the Testing Center page to learn more. Fees may be required.
The goal of TRiO Talent Search and COSI programs is to help students whose family income level does not exceed Federal guidelines complete high school and enroll in college. This program provides free educational enrichment workshops to low-income and/or first-generation students at target middle and high schools. GED students and adults (ages 19-25) seeking to enroll in higher education are also eligible. In addition to monthly school meetings during the academic year, high school students may participate in college tours. Career exploration field trips are offered to middle school students. Please contact TRiO for information.
Room M1605, M1615, M1630
ACC is proud to qualify as a “military friendly” college for the third year, since 2010. Each department on campus has a Veteran contact person who can help you with your issues or concerns. We are proud to announce the opening of our new Veteran Services Center (April 2013) where each student Veteran can convene, decompress and find valuable resource information, with guidance. We have several Veteran gatherings each semester and even have a Veteran scholarship. Take your student ID to campus police for swipe access to our center and check out the Veterans Services Center page for all the contact information you will need here at ACC. Remember to activate your student email to receive all our correspondence. Student Veterans are required to visit with an Academic Advisor each semester to ensure the classes he or she is registered for apply directly to the declared degree and/or certificate. Turn your VA paperwork into the School Certifying Official (M1615) and discuss compliance with GI Bill and /or VA rules to maintain eligibility for Basic Housing Allowance, online classes versus traditional format, etc.