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Arapahoe Community College is proud to announce that it will work in collaboration with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on the U.S. Department of Education's First in the World (FITW) program.


Arapahoe Community College has selected John Hall (Faculty), Tia Le (Classified) and Dawn Stratton (Administrative) as John Hall, Tia Le and Dawn Strattonits 2015 Employees of the Year.


Liliana DiazArapahoe Community College Senior Recruitment Specialist Liliana Diaz has been named President-Elect of the Colorado Council on High School / College Relations (CCHS/CR).

2007 Nissan TitanThe Arapahoe Community College Automotive Technology Program has received a 2007 Titan from the Nissan North America Technical Training Department.

ACC Nursing students volunteering at Project C.U.R.E.Students and faculty from the Arapahoe Community College Nursing Program volunteered their time and expertise at Project C.U.R.E. on Monday, Dec. 14.

City of Littleton Mayor Bruce Beckman, ACC President Diana Doyle and ACC Chief of Police Joseph MorrisArapahoe Community College President Diana Doyle, Ph.D. (center), and ACC Chief of Police Joseph Morris (right) presented Littleton Mayor Bruce Beckman with a check for $7,790.46 on Monday, Dec. 14, for the new crosswalk signals at the intersection of S. Curtice St.


The Arapahoe Community College Child Development Center has received a $50,000 Qualistar Colorado Capital Fund (QCap) grant.

Qualistar ColoradoThe grant is designated to be used for continued redesign and renovation of existing classroom space for the Child Development Center and the Early Childhood Education Program.

Edge of Space Sciences payloadMembers of Arapahoe Community College's DemoSat team (a subset of the Colorado Space Grant Consortium) built a scientific payload for an Edge of Space Sciences (EOSS) high-altitude hydrogen balloon that was launched on Saturday morning, Nov. 7, at 7:10 a.m. in Deer Trail, CO.