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  • Admissions & Records Office
  • Admissions & Records

    The Admissions Office is responsible for reviewing all applicants for admission, including international student admission, and finalizing admission to the College. The Admissions Office will notify all students of their admission status.

    PCC is authorized to offer courses to online students in all states except Massachusetts.  View the State Authorization for Online Classes for more info.

    How to drop/withdraw from classes
    To drop/withdraw from a class, log in to your MyPCC portal and click on the Add/Drop Classes icon on the Dashboard. You can also visit any campus registration station to additional help. Look at your detailed class schedule available on the Registration page in your MyPCC portal for drop and withdraw deadlines specific to each class. It is important to check with the Financial Aid Office regarding any outstanding balances and/or financial consequences.

    If you drop a course during the refund period of the course, you do not have to pay for the course. You can drop your course without penalty before 15 percent of the course duration has passed.

    Following the end of the refund period, you may withdraw from any course and receive a grade of “W” if you withdraw before the 80 percent of the course duration has passed. When you withdraw from a course, you must still pay tuition and fees.

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    PCC has an open-door admission policy. This means we impose no admission requirements on you if you are 17 years of age or older. However, admission to the college does not guarantee that you can enroll in certain courses or programs that may have prerequisites or program admission requirements.



    Apply online. There is no application fee and admission is open to anyone 17 or older. Colorado residents should also apply for the College Opportunity Fund. There is a 24-hour download time for an application to be processed


    Begin by completing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at fafsa.ed.gov/. The process takes six to eight weeks so start early! To learn more about scholarships, loans, grants and work-study opportunities, call 719.549.3200.


    To learn where your college education should start, take an Assessment Test. Scores are used to assist academic advisors to place you in the correct courses. Results have no affect on your acceptance to PCC. Under some circumstances, you may use your ACT or SAT scores in lieu of assessment.


    Academic advisors are available to help you develop a schedule that works with your educational goals while balancing your personal, family and work schedule. To speak to a general advisor or for program advisor information, contact the Advising Office
    located in the Go!Zone.


    Take a tour, talk with faculty, attend class, get involved and meet new friends!

    Returning Students

    If you are a former PCC student who has not attended PCC for one year or more, you must complete an Application for Re-Admission. We will ask you to update your previous application and provide additional residency and/or transfer documentation.

    Transfer Students

    If you have attended another college or university and are seeking admission to PCC for the first time, you are considered a Transfer Applicant. If you are seeking Classified status and wish to transfer credit from your previous college, you must ask that college to mail your official transcripts to this address:

    Admissions & Records Office
    Pueblo Community College
    900 W. Orman Avenue
    Pueblo, Colorado 81004

    For more information about transferring from another institution, see the Transferring Credit section of the college catalog.

    Official transcripts will only be held for one year if you do not enroll.

    Transcripts may be sent electronically by your previous institution to: registrar@pueblocc.edu


    International Students

    An international student is one who attends PCC on a non-immigrant student visa (usually an F, J, or M non-immigrant visa). Legally admitted immigrants and refugees are not considered international students. Generally, the policies described in the college catalog apply to international students as well as domestic students. However, by federal law, some special policies apply only to international students.

    For more information on becoming an international student at PCC, please view the college catalog.

    Military Students

    Pueblo Community College is proud to welcome our Military personnel. We are committed to helping service members and their families achieve their educational goals. Military students at Pueblo Community College will find a dedicated, friendly, and highly skilled staff that are very familiar with the needs, rules and regulations of the military.

    1. Complete an Admissions Application
    2. Fill out the Veteran and Dependent Information Sheet and submit.
    3. If you are a Colorado resident register for the COF fund to help pay for
    4. Take the Placement Test.
    5. New Student Orientation - If you are a degree seeking student and
      taking six credits or more, New Student Orientation must be attended.
    6. Transferring Credits? Please request that your previous institution mail
      your official transcripts to:
      Admissions & Records Office
      900 W. Orman Ave.
      Pueblo, CO 81004
      Hand-Carried transcripts will not be accepted.
    7. Once you are admitted to PCC you may register for classes.
    8. Apply for Financial Aid (FAFSA)
    9. Apply for Veteran Benefits
    10. Arrange to pay tuition and fees.