College Opportunity Fund (COF)
Go to https://cof.college-assist.org and sign up for the COF stipend. If you do not have access to the Internet at home, you may go to any campus registration station to sign up for COF. For more information about COF, please see the Tuition and Fees page.
You may take the ACCUPLACER Basic Skills Assessment from 9:00 - 5:00 Monday through Thursday and 9:00 - 3:00 on Friday. Call 719-296-6104 or 719-296-6116 for additional information or email Trina Jiron at Trina.Jiron@pueblocc.edu.
Financial Aid Office is located on the Pueblo campus.
To apply for financial aid, students need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online. Paper applications are available from high school counselors, the PCC Financial Aid Office, or the Fremont Campus Office. Complete the paper FAFSA and mail it in the envelope provided. Complete the FAFSA application as early as possible. Our awards are subject to the availability of funds. We give top priority to full-time students who show exceptional financial need and who submit completed applications by the following dates:
In approximately three to six weeks after submission of the FAFSA, the student will receive a Student Aid Report (SAR) in the mail. The student should review this information for accuracy and take it to the Fremont Campus Office if there are corrections or questions about the data.
Continuing Students must complete a renewal FAFSA each spring.
Students who are selected for verification (see Part 1 of the SAR) must also provide the Financial Aid Office with documents to verify taxed and untaxed income and complete a verifications worksheet. Students must complete a PCC Financial Aid Student Information Form and return it to the office.
The Student Information Form (PDF files) on the Forms page can be printed from your browser.
When a student’s file is complete, the Financial Aid Office will mail an award notice to the student.
Entrance Loan Counseling and loan application forms are available at www.studentloanonline.com/StudentLoanOnline/ and the Financial Aid office in Pueblo.
Scholarships are also available through the Financial Aid Office.
Online Registration (you must have the Application for Admission on file)
New student orientation is offered before the beginning of each semester. All newly enrolled students, including transfer students should attend. Orientation provides students with an overview of available college resources, college policies, and strategies for academic success.
View the Schedule of Classes to determine the days/times for each class.
Please call 296-6100 to sign up for the orientation.
Paying for Classes
Cashier is located in the main office. Click here to view our Payment Options
The Fremont Campus Bookstore carries required textbooks. The Bookstore will allow refunds for textbooks until the end of the refund period subject to the following requirements/conditions:
The contents have not been blemished
The book was purchased for the current term
The book has defects (must be returned immediately)
The receipt is presented
The Fremont Campus Bookstore
8 - 5 Monday -Thursday and
8 - 12 on Friday