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Online, Hybrid, or Hyflex - It's Your Choice

The Mission of the eLearning Department is to provide instructional resources and support services that enhance equitable teaching and learning strategies.

eLearning Vision Statement
- We provide high-quality, adaptive instructional support to assist faculty and staff in creating innovative and equitable educational experiences for our students.

(719)502-3555
eLearning@pikespeak.edu
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Choose what works for you

We believe that Pikes Peak State College is a great place to help improve your life, build a new career or enhance the career that you already have.

Pikes Peak State College offers a wide variety of options to choose from to fit your busy schedule. Click on Class Format Options to learn more.

The eLearning department can not sign registration forms for prerequisites or late entry into courses. This requires an instructor or division signature
If you are interested in registering for a Hybrid course which meets once a week, look for sections with an H in the section number (for example, BUS 1015 1H1).

Important Note*

  • Online and Hybrid courses begin on the first day of the semester, whether in person on online.
  • Plan to log into the online portion on the first day of the semester.
  • PPSC Online and Hybrid courses are on the same semester schedule as on-campus courses.
  • You will not have access to your course until 12:01 am on the day the semester begins.
Tuition Rates are different. Online rates are different than on-campus to learn more, click  tuition and fees
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What to expect in an Online Class

Pikes Peak State College offers degrees and certificates that can be completed fully online.  Check out the Program, Degrees, and Certificates Search for more information.

What to expect in an online course.

Are online classes easier?
No. In fact, you may encounter more reading and writing than you would in a traditional classroom.

Your course will be in PPSC Online Campus (D2L).
Here you will access course materials, assignments, discussions and quizzes. Instructors establish due dates for assignments, discussions and exams just like a traditional class. As long as you are meeting your instructor's due dates, you can work at your own pace and be online when it works best for you.

Do online classes require prerequisites or on-campus testing?
Online classes, just like those on campus, sometimes require prerequisites. Some PPSC Online courses require on-campus testing (or proctored testing at another location), but most online courses require no on-campus time. Generally the only classes requiring on-campus testing will be math and some science courses.

Division Contact Information

eLearning Department
719-502-3555
eLearning@pikespeak.edu

For Specific Program Questions:

Arts, Humanities, and Social Science (AHSS) 
719-502-3200
AHSSadminstaff@pikespeak.edu

Business, Technology, and Public Service (BTPS) 
719-502-3300
BTPSadmin@pikespeak.edu

Health Sciences (HS)
719-502-3700
Healthsciences@pikespeak.edu

Science, Engineering, and Math (SEM)
719-502-3600
PPSCSEMDIVStaff@pikespeak.edu

Technology and Professional Studies (TPS)
719-502-3400
TPSHelp@pikespeak.edu

Military and Veterans Programs
719-502-4100 (Centennial and Rampart Range Campuses)
719-502-4200 (Ft. Carson Army Base)
719- 502-4300 (Peterson Space Force Base)
MVP@pikespeak.edu
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