Use of College Facilities

Outside groups that want to use a college facility should contact Campus Rentals at Centennial Campus at 719-502-2333. Facilities used by in-house clubs and groups are scheduled on a space-available basis at no charge unless special security or maintenance service is required.


5675 South Academy Boulevard

Colorado Springs, CO 80906

719-502-2000, 800-456-6847

TTY (for hearing impaired) 719-502-3333

The Centennial Campus is a modern and well-equipped facility located in southern Colorado Springs. Transfer, career, and technical programs are offered. The full-service campus offers a complete range of student services, including admissions, advising, bookstore, financial aid, records, testing, veteran’s affairs, tutoring, disabled student services, and career services.

The Centennial Campus provides a library, theatre, lecture halls, videoconference center, writing center, computer laboratories, language and culture lab, child development center, meeting and conference rooms, distance learning classroom, and science, career, and technical laboratories. Sports and recreation facilities include a gymnasium, fitness center, tennis courts, soccer field, and running track. The Campus Center houses the Campus Life Office, Student Government, the Grove, meeting rooms and more.

Convenient parking is available to students, employees, and visitors in lots B, C, D, and E. Handicapped parking is reserved near most building entrances, including special spaces for wheelchair access. Parking Lot A is for people on short-term business at the College. Public bus service comes to the Centennial Campus from all parts of the city. The Centennial Campus is fully accessible to persons with disabilities, including those with wheelchairs. Special assistance is available through the Office of Accommodative Services and Instructional Support (OASIS) by calling 719-502-3333.


100 West Pikes Peak Avenue

Colorado Springs, CO 80903

The Downtown Studio Campus of PPCC has a convenient, central location in the heart of downtown Colorado Springs. It is located minutes away from the Bijou Exit (142) off I-25. The Downtown Studio Campus is a full-service facility, providing admissions, advising, bookstore, cashier, career services, financial aid, records, registration, testing, tutoring, campus life and activities, and other services for students. The Downtown Studio Campus includes art and dance studios, an art gallery, a performance area, and music practice studios.

The Downtown Studio Campus offers courses leading to Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of General Studies, and some Associate of Applied Science degrees. The Paralegal/Legal Assistant, Interior Design, Architecture, Music and Dance Programs make their home at the Downtown Studio Campus. Courses are conveniently scheduled from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday.

The Gallery at the Downtown Studio Campus is a free, public art gallery that features works in all media created primarily by artists in the Pikes Peak Region. The Gallery places a strong emphasis on presenting multicultural and multimedia exhibits. Opening receptions are held for each exhibit during which music, dance, or poetry readings frequently enhance the themes of the exhibits. Other events are open to the public at a nominal admission charge.

Convenient parking is available during class hours on the third level (P3) in the Palmer Center Garage. The garage’s entrance is just across the street from the Downtown Studio Campus beneath the Antlers Hilton Hotel. Campus users validate parking on campus in the Student Commons area (first floor, north building). Parking is also available at metered spaces on the street.


11195 Highway 83

Colorado Springs, CO 80921

The Rampart Range Campus is conveniently located in northern Colorado Springs. The campus provides easy access via the InterQuest Parkway Exit (153) off I-25.

A full array of support services and programs is available to students, including admissions, bookstore, career services, cashier, accommodative services and instructional support, financial aid, food services, library, new student scheduling center, placement testing, records, student government, child development center, and campus life and activities.

The Rampart Range Campus offers courses leading to Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of General Studies, and Associate of Applied Science degrees.

It offers the latest in advanced learning technology. Many classrooms are equipped with student and faculty computers, multimedia presentation capabilities, VCRs, computerized projection units, and digitized white boards. Computerized lab equipment, a CD ROM library, and a fiber optic network are part of the instructional technology offered at this campus.

Convenient parking is available at Rampart Range Campus. The Rampart Range Campus is a fully accessible facility. Handicapped parking is reserved near most building entrances, including special spaces for wheelchair access.


11990 Swingline Road

Falcon, CO 80831

Falcon Campus, the newest full-service campus of Pikes Peak Community College, first opened its doors for Fall semester, 2008, to serve the growing population in the northeast region and the eastern plains. Falcon Campus has a friendly, community atmosphere with small classes, flexible schedules, and a dual credit program for high school students.

The Falcon Campus offers a full array of Enrollment Services, including admissions, financial aid, records and Veterans affairs, as well as a Career Planning and Advising Center, Testing Center, cashier, and Public Safety. A variety of newly-renovated classrooms, computer and science labs and faculty offices round out the facility.

More than 135 classes are offered at the Falcon Campus, including arts and sciences transfer courses and career tech programs. Students can earn a complete Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree on-site. The Natural Resource Technology and Equine Science programs are headquartered at Falcon. Physical Education courses may include mountain biking, fly fishing, scuba diving, rock climbing, hiking, mountaineering, and wilderness survival skills.

The PPCC Falcon Campus is housed in the former Falcon Middle School building, and the site is leased from School District 49. The College shares facilities with the Patriot Learning Center, a D49 Charter High School.


Pikes Peak Community College offers a variety of courses and programs at the local military sites. The courses are held at varying dates and times that differ from those of the traditional semester. The military sites include the following:

Fort Carson Education Center

Building 1117, Room 118

Corner of Specker and Ellis

Fort Carson, CO 80913


Peterson Air Force Base

Education Center

301 West Stewart, Building 1141, Room 112

PAFB, CO 80914


U.S. Air Force Academy

Education Services Center

Community Center Library

5136 Red Tail Drive

USAFA, CO 80840