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The Department of Military and Veterans Programs welcomes you to Pikes Peak Community College! Thank you for making PPCC your school of choice in Colorado Springs. The Department of Military and Veterans Programs mission is to deliver quality educational opportunities to active duty, veterans, and their family members by providing efficient, effective, and relevant services contributing to student success. As the largest provider of military and veteran education in the state of Colorado, it is our honor and privilege to serve you. We work hard every day to provide you with top-notch services and educational programs that will help you achieve your educational and career goals. The college strives to provide an exciting and challenging learning environment that supports your personal goals and that will launch you into a successful future. Classes are available in many formats to suit your learning style and your life - traditional, hybrid, online, and open entry/open exit - and we offer over 200 programs of study. Whether you are interested in learning a technical trade or if you are planning on transferring to a four-year university, we have a program of study that will fit your needs. We offer a comprehensive support system for active duty military, veterans and their family members by providing academic advising, benefits processing, application assistance, registration assistance, disability support services, and testing. We also offer classes on both Ft. Carson Army Post and Peterson Air Force Base. Active duty service members and their dependents may contact us at 719-502-4100 for more information. Veteran students and their family members may contact our Veterans Affairs office on Centennial Campus at 719-502-2060 for further assistance. We welcome you to our college and wish you the best during your time here. We will do everything we can to make your experience an exceptional one. You are invited to explore the PPCC website to find out more about what we provide, and please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions you may have. We sincerely thank you for your service, and wish you much success.

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Seven Easy Steps to Enroll 1. Apply for Admission Applying to Pikes Peak Community College is free. To begin the application process, go to the application page and follow the instructions. If you would like some assistance, you are always welcome to visit one of our offices - we are happy to help! 

Ft. Carson, room 118

Peterson Air Force Base, room 112

Centennial Campus, room A229

Downtown Studio Campus, room D120

Falcon Campus, room 100

2. Financial Aid Besides military Tuition Assistance (TA), you may be eligible for additional financial aid to defray some of the costs that are not covered by TA, such as textbooks. Getting help is easier than you think. The key is to get your paperwork in early. All it takes to apply for financial aid, including grants, loans, scholarships and student staff programs, is a single application form. The earlier you get your application in, the better your chances to be considered for all available sources of financial assistance. Get started today by connecting to our Financial Aid website. For more information, contact a Financial Aid Advisor at 719.502.3000 or 1.866.411.7722.

3. Placement Testing This is the one test everybody aces. It's a quick evaluation of your basic skills in reading, English and math that helps your advisor, and you, know where your college education should start. If you have ACT or SAT scores, or if you have taken college classes before, you may not need a placement test. But to be on the safe side, contact the Military Programs advisor at 719.502.4100, 1.888.645.7764. We offer placement testing at the military education centers as well as on campus, for hours of operation, please give us a call or check out our site locations pages at www.ppcc.edu/military.

4. In-State Residency 

Active duty service members and their family members who are not Colorado residents must pick up a Green Form (Tuition Classification Certification Form) from their servicing military education center. Bring the completed form to the PPCC Military Programs office located at the military education center. Submission of a Green Form is required in order to receive Colorado in-state tuition. Green Forms must be submitted to PPCC every semester/term prior to the published drop (or census) date of the semester/term in which you are enrolled. If you do not have a Green Form on file at PPCC, you will be charged the out-of-state tuition rate. Service members who are TDY or deployed from a Colorado military installation should send an email to mil.programs@ppcc.edu for Green Form submission instructions. All students who

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submit a Green Form prior to the census (drop) date of the term will not be dropped for non-payment. 

Veterans and their family members who are not Colorado residents may qualify for one year of in-state residency after separation. If you have a Colorado driver’s license, the State of Colorado has put legislation in place that grants Honorably Discharged veterans and their family members one year of in-state tuition after separation from service. To obtain an application form, contact us at 719.502.2060, email us at va@ppcc.edu, or stop by our offices on Centennial Campus in room A229.

5. Apply for the College Opportunity Fund Active duty service members, veterans, and their family members residing in Colorado must apply for the College Opportunity Fund (COF). If you do not have a Colorado driver’s license or if you have had your Colorado driver’s license for less than one year, please visit the PPCC Military Programs office located at your military education center to complete a paper copy of the COF application. If you have had your Colorado driver’s license longer than one year, you may complete and submit the COF application form online at www.ppcc.edu. Service members who are TDY or deployed from a Colorado military installation should send an email to mil.programs@ppcc.edu for COF form submission instructions.

6. Advising We can help you figure out your education and career goals, map them to the PPCC academic plan that fits you best, and help you choose your classes. Contact our military and veteran advisors to set up an appointment by calling 719.502.4100 or toll-free 1.888.645.7764, or by email at mil.programs@ppcc.edu for active duty and their family members or va@ppcc.edu for veterans and their family members. If you have credits you will be transferring to PPCC, or if you have military experience that you would like evaluated for credit towards your degree, just download a Transcript Request Form, fill it out, and send it to your prior college(s). Once you have completed six credit hours at PPCC, you may contact Rich Rayborn, our SOC/Credit for Prior Learning Evaluator, who will evaluate your military work experience, complete your Student Agreement and get you on your way to degree completion.

7. Registration and Tuition Assistance Your application is in, you’ve completed your placement test, and you’ve spoken to an advisor – what’s next? Registration! Here’s where you register for classes, set your schedule, and apply for Tuition Assistance or veterans benefits.

Registration: 

Go to the PPCC registration page and sign up for classes. There is a step by step registration guide included in this e-schedule as well. If you are registering for classes held on Peterson Air Force Base, give them a call at 719.502.4300 or come by the office for assistance.

Active Duty Army personnel must complete class enrollment by logging into their GAE account and registering in the same courses to make sure Army TA is applied to your classes. Schedule Preface


Tuition Assistance: Active duty military personnel must contact their servicing military education center as follows: 

Army – contact a Fort Carson Education Center Counselor to set up and activate an account in GoArmyEd. Call 719.526.9885 or 719.526.4121, or visit the Fort Carson Education Center, room 160B.

Air Force – contact a Peterson Air Force Base Education Counselor and attend a Tuition Assistance briefing. Call 719.556.4996 or 719.556.7392, or visit the Peterson Air Force Base Education Center, room 106.

Navy – contact the Navy College Office for information by calling (local) 719.556.2179; (Comm) 1.877.838.1659; (DSN) 312.492.4684.

Marines – contact the Joint Education Center for information by calling (local) 719.554.5931; (Comm) 720.725.6660/6414; (DSN) 365.6660/6414.

Coast Guard – contact the Coast Guard Institute for information by calling (local) 719.554.0976.

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Veterans Benefits: All students using Veterans Benefits must submit a copy of their class schedule to the Military and Veterans Programs office, room A229, on the Centennial Campus. This is a mandatory step for VA funding certification. PPCC’s Certifying Official must receive a copy of your class schedule prior to you being certified as eligible for benefits. You may fax (719.502.4101) or email a copy of your schedule (va@ppcc.edu). Be sure to include your student number on your schedule. Students who have submitted copies of their class schedules, along with all other required paperwork for eligibility, will not be dropped for non-payment. Additional Information Concerning VA Tuition Payment: In order to efficiently process your VA paperwork, our VA office will submit your class schedule with zero tuition and fees. This is to ensure that beneficiaries who qualify for BAH or monthly payments (depending on chapter) will receive them in a timely manner. Once the drop period has ended, your schedule will be submitted to the federal VA benefits processing office complete with tuition and fees and the VA will determine, based on chapter, how tuition and fees will be paid. Please check with us if you have any questions. Additionally, you may receive a bill in the US mail from PPCC once the drop period has passed. In most cases you can simply ignore the bill, but if you have questions or concerns, feel free to give us a call or stop by our office.

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Register for Classes Go to the college registration website and log in 1 Go to MY.PPCC.EDU 2 Enter your user ID Use your Banner ID (Sxxxxxxxx). 3 Enter your PIN and Click Login The first time you log in, your PIN will be the mmddyy of your birth date. The first time you log in, you will be required to change your PIN from your birth date to ensure security. Keep your PIN safe, available, and confidential. 4 Click on your Student Tab Under Registration Tools, click on Look Up Classes 5 Select Search Term 6 Select appropriate term. Click Submit. Look up classes by subject/days/times/etc. 1 Select Subject and click on a Course Subject you are interested in. To select multiple Course Subjects, hold down your Ctrl key and click on as many Course Subjects as desired. 2 Click Class Search and a listing of all courses will appear. NOTE: A number of other options are available for you to search on such as times, days, instructional method, etc., but you must always include SUBJECT in your search. Select classes/register and view schedules 1 Click in the open checkbox in front of the course CRN (Course Registration Number) you desire, scroll to the bottom of the page, click the Register button and the course will be added to your schedule 2 Current Schedule will appear. Verify that you registered for the correct course. You can continue to add or drop classes by repeating the class search function or You may choose to use the “Add to Worksheet� to develop a full schedule before finalizing and submitting for registration. To use the worksheet you will need to know the CRN for each desired course. 3 Return to menu (at the top left hand corner of the page) to view your detailed schedule, view/pay your bill, and to access your financial aid information. 4 Print a copy of your detailed schedule by using the browser print function on the top toolbar.

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How to Read the Schedule of Courses 1 CRN

2 COURSE DAYS 5

3 TITLE TIMES 6

1

CRN

Code used for registration

2

COURSE

Section number of class

3

TITLE

Title of course

4

CR

Number of credits to be awarded upon successful completion of the course

5

DAYS

M T W R F S U

6

TIMES

Time class begins and ends

7

BLDG/RM

Building and room PA = Centennial Campus, Aspen Bldg (A) PB = Centennial Campus, Breckenridge Bldg (B) PDO = Downtown Studio Campus PRR = Rampart Range Campus & Rampart Center PFN = Falcon Campus PZZ = Miscellaneous Campus PFC = Fort Carson PPA = Peterson Air Force Base

8

PART OF TERM F10 F15 BI1 BI2 TR1 TR2 TR3 MS4 WKC LAT NSS

= = = = = = =

BLDG/RM 7

4 CR PART OF TERM 8

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

= = = = = = = = = = =

Full Semester, Summer Full Semester, Fall First Bi-semester Second Bi-semester First Tri-semester Second Tri-semester Third Tri-semester Late Start Semester Weekend College Semester 5-Week Late Start Semester Non-Standard Semester

Part of term codes and dates are listed in the following section in the Academic Calendar. Courses in room A-206 at the Centennial Campus are generally Interactive Television which broadcast on TV. st

Any class may use technology to enhance instruction and prepare students with 21 century workforce skills. Instructional workshops are offered at the beginning of each semester, and assistance is available in computer labs. Online classes may also have an onsite component.

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Summer 2012 Important Dates April 9 May 11 Issues July 15

Fall 2012 Registration Begins Last Day to Resolve Residency Graduation Application Deadline

Holidays/Special Days May 28 Closed-Holiday July 4 Closed-Holiday Military Session I [MI10] June 8 Last Day to Register June 11 Classes Begin June 18 Drop Date July 24 Withdraw Date Aug 4 Classes End

Important Dates April 9 Aug 10 Issues Nov 15 Dec 17-19

Registration Begins Last Day to Resolve Residency Graduation Application Deadline Finals

Holidays/Special Days Sep 3 Closed-Holiday Sep 4 Open-No Classes Nov 12 Veterans Day–No Classes Nov 21 Open-No Classes Nov 22 Closed-Holiday Nov 23-25 Closed-No Classes Dec 25-Jan 1, 2013 Campus Closed - Holiday Late Start [LAT] Oct 2 Oct 3 Oct 15 Dec 3 Dec 16

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

Military Session I [MI1] Aug 24 Last Day to Register Aug 27 Classes Begin Sept 5 Drop Date Oct 9 Withdraw Date Oct 20 Classes End Military Session II [MI2] Oct 19 Last Day to Register Oct 22 Classes Begin Oct 29 Drop Date Dec 4 Withdraw Date Dec 15 Classes End

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Summer 2012

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE

TIMES

CR

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

CR

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR

HEALTH & WELLNESS

COMMUNICATION

Fort Carson Fort Carson 13318 HWE 100-9H3 Human Nutrition 13313 COM 115-56A Public Speaking TR

05:30PM-08:05PM

PFC

3 M10

M

06:00PM-08:35PM

Hureau

Peterson Air Force Base

Kulbeth

MATH

COM 115-9H5 Public Speaking 11:00AM-01:30PM

3 M10

NOTE: Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction.

Prerequisite: ENG 090

F

PFC

PPA

3 M10

Hureau

Prerequisite: ENG 090 NOTE: Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction.

Please note that the remedial math classes have been restructured. MAT 045 can be taken in place of MAT 030 and 060. MAT 030, MAT 060, and MAT 090 will continue to be offered. MAT 077 will no longer be offered effective Summer 2012, so students needing Intermediate Algebra should take MAT 099. Please see your advisor for more information.

COMPUTER SCIENCE

Fort Carson

Fort Carson

13319 MAT 045-56A Compress Pre Alg w/Basic Math MW

13314 CSC 105-9H3 Computer Literacy S

09:00AM-11:30AM

PFC

M10

3 Robinson

NOTE: Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction.

ENGLISH Due to placement verification and limited seating, students who register and do not attend the first week of classes, may lose their place in the class. Reinstatement is at the discretion of the instructor and in consideration of section enrollment limits.

MW

05:30PM-08:15PM

PFC

M10

3 Dougherty

Prerequisite: ENG 060 (Grade of C or higher), REA 060 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate assessment scores 13316 ENG 090-56B Basic Composition TR

05:30PM-08:05PM

PFC

M10

3

05:30PM-08:10PM

M10

4

Barton

TR

05:30PM-09:00PM

PFC

M10

4

Sevier

Prerequisite: Math assessment Peterson Air Force Base MAT 090-57A Introductory Algebra MF

05:30PM-09:00PM

PPA

4

M10

Eggart

Prerequisite: MAT 045 (Grade of C or higher) or MAT 075 (Grade of C or higher) or MAT 060 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate math assessment

POLITICAL SCIENCE Peterson Air Force Base POS 111-57A American Government : SS1 M

05:30PM-10:30PM

PPA

3

M10

Sadeh

Prerequisite: ENG 090

Prerequisite: ENG 060 (Grade of C or higher), REA 060 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate assessment scores TR

M10

13320 MAT 045-56B Compress Pre Alg w/Basic Math

Dougherty

13317 ENG 121-56A English Composition I : CO1

PFC

Prerequisite: Math assessment

Fort Carson 13315 ENG 090-56A Basic Composition

05:30PM-09:10PM

3

Howard

Prerequisite: ENG 090 (Grade of C or higher), REA 090 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate placement test score

READING Due to placement verification and limited seating, students who register and do not attend the first week of classes, may lose their place in the class. Reinstatement is at the discretion of the instructor and in consideration of section enrollment limits. Fort Carson 13322 REA 090-56A College Preparatory Reading TR

05:30PM-08:05PM

PFC

M10

3

Steffes

Prerequisite: Appropriate assessment score or REA 060

2 - LEGEND: EVENING CLASSES, SPECIAL NOTES

MILITARY SITES 7/9/2012

Summer 2012 Schedule - Military  

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