The Pueblo Community College Catalog is published on an annual basis and is made available, free of charge, to all students. This catalog contains the following information: College mission and purposes, academic calendar, general college information, admissions requirements and policies, financial aid information, a summary of educational costs, graduation requirements, services and resources for students, general student information, the student code of conduct, academic regulations, a description of each educational program, the degree requirements for each certificate and degree program, official course descriptions, and the names, titles, and academic credentials of all administrators, professional/technical staff, and faculty.
The Schedule of Classes is published each semester and includes the academic calendar, new student information, registration dates and information, tuition and fee charges, the College refund policy, general college information, the listing of courses offered for the semester. This publication is made readily available to all students.
The PCC Student Handbook identifies the College mission and purposes and informs students of the student code of conduct, the academic dishonesty policy, discipline related policies, general policies that affect students, the student grievance process, the College’s accreditation status, and resources available to the students. The handbook is mailed to all enrolled students
Distribution of Printed Materials
Unauthorized distribution of printed materials and publications on campus is strictly prohibited, including handing out materials and putting information on car windshields. Written information may be disseminated on the PCC campus at designated locations by individual students, employees, or recognized student organizations.
NOTE: When posting information on campus, it must be related directly to the college and should have the statement “This event is sponsored or co-sponsored by Pueblo Community College” or just "Pueblo Community College" typed on the top of the flyer or poster. All advertising of events by students, faculty and staff must be related to the everyday scope of the institution. Posters and announcements for legitimate academic activities at other colleges may be posted on bulletin boards in classroom buildings and the Student Center.
A service, event, or activity, must use the bulletin boards provided throughout the campus, and must be approved by the Sttudent Center Director.
Written information may only be posted in approved locations. Approved locations for posted materials may be acquired from the Director of the Student Center and Student Activities or his/her designee. Permission to use building bulletin boards is at the discretion of the Student Center Director as appointed by the Vice President of Student Services. Designees will be assigned the responsibility to approve posting printed materials. The Student Center Director will identify designees for each building and off-campus sites. All posted materials must additionally conform to facility operating policies where they exist, i.e., Student Center, Academic Building, and other campus buildings. Questions related to the interpretation of this policy shall be directed to the Director of the Student Center and Student Activities.
Anyone who wishes to publicize the sale of textbooks may do so with permission from the Director of the Student Center and Student Activities, and may only post them on the board directly in front of the College Bookstore. Students, staff, faculty or outside individuals will not be allowed to post sales flyers for anything other than textbooks on the bulletin boards throughout the campus.
Political posters and signs may not be posted at any location on any PCC campus except during an organized event that has been approved by the College.
Written materials may not be placed in non-approved locations, including but not limited to walls, glass, doors, floors, or any part of a college building or structure, traffic sign, power pole, sidewalk, or tree. Printed material will not be placed on automobiles.
Temporary directions or signs for a convention, tour, or other special event may be placed on single stakes, but must be removed by the sponsoring group as soon as the event is over.