Due to inclement weather, classes that begin at 7pm or later tonight at both the SCCC East Campus in Durango and the West Campus in Mancos are cancelled. Classes that are scheduled before 7pm will continue until both campuses close at 7pm tonight. The campuses will remain closed for a 2 hour delay in the morning Jan. 24 with classes resuming at 10am unless otherwise notified. For more information, watch for myPCC Alerts, or follow us on Twitter @PCCpueblo.
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  • TRIO Project Success

    TRIO Student Support Services/Project Success Program (known on campus as TRIO) has been at Pueblo Community College since 1980. We are a supportive academic community working together towards academic excellence and achievement.  TRIO helps first-generation, low-income students and students with disabilities reach their full potential and achieve academic success.  Student success is at the center of everything we do.

    We Are Here to Help With:

    • Academic Support and Guidance
    • Advocacy and Personal Support
    • Identifying Tutorial Assistance
    • Career Preparation
    • Assistance with Financial Aid
    • Leadership Development
    • Cultural and Community Events
    • Transfer assistance to four-year institutions


    Mission Statement

    Pueblo Community College’s TRIO Student Support Services/Project Success Program focuses on being a partner and mentor to first-generation, low-income college students. Project Success offers supportive academic services, workshops, and a variety of cultural experiences designed to develop students academically, personally and professionally.

    U.S. Department of Education GEPA Guidelines
    All applicants and the public at large will be informed through these recruitment materials that Pueblo Community College TRIO Student Support Services/Project Success Program does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, national origin, gender, or disability. This project is 100% federally funded.