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Contact Info:
State: Colorado
City: Littleton
Street: 5900 S. Santa Fe Drive
ZIP: 80160
Phone: 303-797-4222
Details:
 Serves: USA
 Enrollment: Rolling
 Financial Aid: Yes
 Scholarships: Yes
The former Arapahoe Junior College became Arapahoe Community College (ACC) in 1970.  Its main campus  grabs 51 acres and is conveniently located in Littleton adjacent to the downtown area.   Art and Design Center  is located in downtown Littleton. This unique structure houses ACC's art, fine art, design, and some technology programs. Parker Campus is located in Parker, Douglas County.

ACC is an open-door admissions institution, teaching students from age 17 on up with or without a high school diploma or General Education Development (GED) certificate. ACC offers more than 100 degree and certificate programs. Most classes are held at the main campus.

Arapahoe Community College provides innovative and responsive educational and economic opportunities in an accessible, inclusive environment that promotes success for students, employees and the community.

Academics
Arapahoe Community College offers an affordable education surrounded by supportive faculty. Students are available to choose among the following area: accounting, automotive technology, mortuary science, math or interior design.

Accreditation
Arapahoe Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA/HLC).

Admissions
Arapahoe Community College has an open-door admissions policy for any student 17 and older. To get the process started, students must follow the steps on the Registration Checklist.

Financial Aid
Qualified students are eligible for financial aid. Financial aid are offered in two types:
1) Gift assistance: includes grants from state, federal and institutional sources.
2) Self-help: comprised of work-study and/or loans. Indicates that the student has a responsibility to provide his/her fair share of the cost of going to school.


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Programs offered by this school:
Associate in Applied Science in Business Administration
Associate in Applied Science in Criminal Justice
Associate in Applied Science in Management
Associate in Applied Science in Marketing
Associate in Applied Science in Physical Therapist Assistant
Associate in Applied Science in Real Estate Management
Associate in Applied Science in Small Business Management
Certificate Program in Administrative Support
Certificate Program in Advertising & Marketing
Certificate Program in Bookkeeping
Certificate Program in Consumer Behavior
Certificate Program in Contemporary Management
Certificate Program in Crime Analysis
Certificate Program in Culinary Arts
Certificate Program in Customer Service
Certificate Program in Direct Marketing
Certificate Program in Human Resources Management
Certificate Program in Human Resources Specialist
Certificate Program in Leadership
Certificate Program in Organizational Behavior
Certificate Program in Pharmacy Technician
Certificate Program in Project Management
Certificate Program in Retail Management
Certificate Program in Sales Management
Certificate Program in Small Business Management
Certificate Program in Supervisor
Certificate Program in Supervisory Management for Technical Professionals
Certificate Program in Web-Based Design/Marketing