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Undocumented/DACA Students

Pikes Peak State College is an open-door institution. We are glad you are considering attending Pikes Peak State! Follow the steps below to become a student, or browse these resources to learn more about us.
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Pikes Peak State College is an open-door institution.

We are glad you are considering attending Pikes Peak State College. Follow the steps below to become a student at Pikes Peak State.

We offer an English as a Second Language (ESL) program for students that are interested in improving their English Skills. Visit the ESL webpage if you are interested in learning more about the ESL program and what it has to offer.
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1. Apply for Admission to Pikes Peak State College

You will meet with an advisor by phone or through a virtual appointment. They will talk with you about your goals and help you select classes that you can be successful in. 

Before you meet with an advisor, submit any high school transcripts, college transcripts, or test scores that you have by using the Academic History Form

It's best if you are at a computer when you meet with an advisor so that you can register for the classes they recommend. 

Your Academic Advisor can also help you decide if you should enroll in co-requisite classes or challenge for placement into college-level classes. Learn about placement testing and co-requisite course information.

2. Complete Mandatory New Student Orientation

New students must complete the mandatory New Student Orientation. The orientation is offered on-demand online.

All new students must complete the orientation before registering for classes.

Transfer students are encouraged to complete the orientation to learn valuable information to help them register for classes and succeed at Pikes Peak State College.
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3. Meet with an Academic Advisor

You will meet with an advisor by phone or through a virtual appointment. They will talk to you about your goals and help you select classes that you can be successful in.

Before you meet with an advisor, submit any high school transcripts, college transcripts, or test scores you have, through the Academic History Form.

It’s best if you are at a computer when you meet with an advisor so that you can register for the classes they recommend.

Your Academic Advisor can also help you decide if you should enroll in co-requisite classes or challenge for placement into college-level classes. Learn about placement testing and co-requisite course information.

4. Make a Plan to pay for College

There are several ways at Pikes Peak State students without documentation pay for their education. The options depend on each student's individual situation. 

1. Colorado Student Grants
Colorado Student Grants are available for students who are eligible under Colorado’s ASSET bill. To qualify, you must have attended three years of high school in Colorado and have been admitted to an institution of higher education within one year of graduation or obtaining your GED.

Find out more about qualifying for ASSET and Colorado Student Grants. 

2. Apply for College Opportunity Fund (COF)

COF is a tuition contribution provided by the State of Colorado to students who qualify as a resident of the state, independent of migration status. Students must also qualify for ASSET or another type of protected status that provides a social security number (like DACA) to receive COF.

Find our more about qualifying for ASSET and receiving COF
Apply for COF

3. Apply for Scholarships specific to DACA, Dreamers, and Undocumented Students

Apply for scholarships specific to DACA, Dreamers, and Undocumented Students and apply for Pikes Peak scholarships using the general Pikes Peak State scholarship application. The Pikes Peak State scholarship application is open between November and February.

Apply for DACA, Dreamers and Undocumented Students scholarships

Apply for the Open Scholarship

Apply for Scholarships

4. Self-Pay 

Pikes Peak State College offers many self-payment options, including payment plans. 

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5. Register for classes

Class registration begins leading up to the fall, spring, and summer semesters. 

Fall 2022 semester: Registration is open!
Spring 2023 semester: Registration opens mid-October 2022

Each semester has more than one parts of term. View the academic calendar to see your options. 

PPSC Students Studying

Spanish Appointments

Both prospective student appointments and new student appointments are available offered in Spanish. 

Make a Spanish appointment with a Recruiter if you have not yet completed your admission application.

Make a Spanish appointment with an Admissions Counselor if you have completed your admission application and would like help on your next steps.
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Monday | 8 am - 6 pm (5 pm - 6 pm remote services only)
Tuesday | 8 am - 6 pm (5 pm - 6 pm remote services only)
Wednesday | 8 am - 5 pm
Thursday | 8 am - 5 pm
Friday | 9 am - 5 pm
Saturday & Sunday | Closed

Room A110, Aspen Building
5675 S. Academy Blvd.
Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Room S102 
2070 Interquest Parkway
Colorado Springs, CO 80921

Room S102
100 W. Pikes Peak Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

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