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  • ID Cards and Parking Permits
  • Contact Us

    Student ID & Parking Office
    Mon-Fri: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    Pueblo Campus
    Welcome Desk
    Student Center (First Floor)
    719-549-3061

    Fremont Campus
    Go!Zone
    719-296-6124

    Southwest Colorado Community College
    Go!Zone
    970-385-2000


    PCC Dept. of Public Safety
    Student Center, Room 152
    Phone: 719-549-3355
    Cell: 719-821-6563

  • Identification Cards

    The Panther One ID Card is required at all campus locations – the Main Campus, Southwest campuses and Fremont Campus.

    The card is required for identification at student-sponsored events and in various offices at PCC.  All first-time students will be assessed a one-time ID card fee during the first semester they attend. The only time students will be charged additional fees is if the card is lost or needs to be replaced.

    Students can obtain a Panther One Card after they have registered for classes by visiting the Welcome Center on the Pueblo Campus or the Go!Zones at the Fremont Campus and Southwest Colorado Community College campuses. Photo identification must be presented to obtain an ID card.

    Faculty and staff must obtain and display a PCC ID card once they have completed the new hire process through Human Resources.


    Parking Permits

    PCC provides open parking on all campuses. Reserved or restricted parking will be identified with signage. Students, staff and faculty are required to obtain and display a parking permit for their vehicles. Permits may be obtained at the Welcome Center on the Pueblo Campus or the Go!Zones at the Fremont Campus and Southwest Colorado Community College campuses. Any person utilizing handicap parking must display a state-issued handicap parking placard or handicap license plate.

    Parking citations may be issued for violation of the PCC Parking Rules and Regulations. The complete PCC Parking Rules and Regulations can be found by clicking on the link above or on the top left-hand side of this page. They may also be obtained at the Welcome Center at the Pueblo Campus and the Go!Zones at the Fremont and Southwest campuses.