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Admitted Students

Admitted Students

Whether you are just starting out at Pikes Peak or joining us again, we are glad that you are here and we are ready to help you reach your goals!  
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On-Demand Support

If you have already submitted your admission application and received your acceptance email, follow the next steps toward enrollment based on your student type. Start by logging in to Navigate to review your To-Dos. 

If you need additional support, we are here to help! Browse our on-demand resources designed to help you have a successful start at PPSC, or make an appointment with our team for one-on-one help.
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New Student Orientation is required for new students, and highly encouraged for all students. It will help you though each of your next steps, and you can review it at any time for a refresher.

Access New Student Orientation
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Covering topics like logging into and using Navigate, checking your Financial Aid overview, finding and interpreting your class schedule, and much more, we have many on-demand how-to videos to walk you through your next steps

Browse Videos
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Find answers to your frequently asked questions about words or phrases that are unclear to you, paying for school, registration, finding your online or on-campus classes, textbooks, campus life, available resources and more.

View Helpful Tips
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Check our step-by-step guides for each part of the registration process, including planning your classes, choosing times, locations and formats, and finalizing your registration.

How to Register for Classes

Schedule an Appointment

We are here to help! If you get stuck, have questions specific to your situation, or would just like one-on-one support, make an appointment with our team. 

We can teach you about resources to help you succeed including information on applying for financial aid, choosing and registering for classes, logging in to and using Navigate and myPikesPeak Portal, transferring previous credits, and more.
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New Students

If you are new to college or a recent high school graduate, meet with an admissions counselor for a new student appointment. They will teach you about resources to help you succeed, including financial aid process, class registration, and showing you how to log in to and use Navigate and myPikesPeak Portal.

Meet with an Admissions Counselor
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Returning & Transfer Students

Log in to Navigate to make an appointment with your academic advisor. They will help you create and follow a degree plan, register for classes, discuss placement testing, and more.  If you have credits from another college or university, submit your official transcripts and check Degree Check to see how your credits apply to your degree at PPSC. If you have previously attended classes at PPSC, check Degree Check to see how many credits you have toward your current degree. 

Meet with an Academic Advisor

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Meet Our Admissions Counselors

PPSC Admissions Counselor Emily Acevedo

¡Hablo español! My family and I moved to Colorado 13 years ago and have felt at home ever since. My family and I enjoy watching movies, singing random songs, fishing, and barbecuing whenever we can! My advice for students is that you can do it! No matter where you are in life, at PPSC we are here to help you succeed! Ask many questions and take advantage of every resource you have at your disposal.

PPSC Admissions Counselor Jessi Allen-Lutz

I'm from Laguna Hills, California but I received my B.A. from UCCS in Psychology with a minor in American Sign Language. I love being able to help students reach their goals and navigate the crazy world of college. Outside of work, my passions are traveling the world, exploring new cultures, and eating exotic cuisines! My favorite hobbies are going to the movie theatre, playing Overwatch, Dungeons and Dragons, or hanging with my dog and guinea pig.

PPSC Admissions Counselor Shannan Craine

I am a proud PPSC graduate and transfer student, receiving my B.A. in Anthropology, and Minor in Museum Studies from UCCS. I love museums, art, music, and cooking, but my favorite hobby is hiking in the Rocky Mountains with all my wonderful dogs. I am grateful to make connections and help students succeed in their academic endeavors and professional goals.

PPSC Admissions Counselor Erica Fuller

I am a Colorado Springs native that graduated from Wasson High School - a long time ago. I have an AAS in computer info systems, and am currently working on an AA here at PPSC. I have a love for helping people in need, and enjoy seeing the people I help be successful. I love comedy, music, dance, and Disney World! My advice to students is do what you love and love what you do; the rest is history.

PPSC Admissions Counselor Graham Maxwell

I am a proud PPSC alumni, and I got my Bachelors at UCCS. I have lived in Colorado Springs for 8 years now. I am originally from Fort Morgan, CO which is known for having the last running Sugar Beet processing plant in the state. I enjoy spending time with family and friends, going to the movies, playing Xbox, and I am in a Fantasy Football League that just celebrated our 11th season together.

PPSC Admissions Counselor Sandra Root

I grew up as an Air Force dependent in Asia and Europe. Because of my parents, I understand the importance of an education and a job that brings joy by helping others. I use to work in the Records Office at PPSC. When not at work, I enjoy Colorado hot springs and walking trails. My favorite thing about PPSC is that we offer a variety of degrees at an affordable price that is inclusive to anyone.

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Review your admissions checklist based on your student type.

Find your path whether you are a new student, returning to Pikes Peak, transferring to Pikes Peak, Military & Veteran affiliated, undocumented/DACA student, earning credit while in high school, visiting for the summer, taking a personal interest class, or an international student.