Central Administration Building on Pueblo Campus

President's Office

Message from the President

At Pueblo Community College, we have the distinct privilege of serving a diverse and wonderful group of individuals unique to Pueblo, Fremont County and Southwestern Colorado.  We can see the potential of our students from the minute they step foot onto one of our four campuses or open their computer for their first online experience.  We are eager and excited to participate in your educational adventure, knowing that we will somehow contribute to the development of a workforce that is well prepared, highly motivated and dedicated to excellence.

You will find that our campuses have been designed to utilize state-of-the-art technology in a teaching environment rich with contemporary learning opportunities. We offer a broad array of courses and challenging curricula complemented by student support services ranging from academic advising and financial assistance to career counseling, not to mention a wide variety of student clubs and activities intended to balance your educational experiences with some fun!

Whether you join us for a single skills-specific course or if you are enrolled in a certificate or degree program, we are committed to helping you reach your full potential and can’t wait to help you celebrate your success!

I encourage you to take advantage of every opportunity available to you as a Pueblo Community College student and to engage yourself as a life-long learner. I am confident that if you put forth the effort, your world-class potential will emerge.

With warm regards,

signature of PCC President, Patty Erjavec

Patty Erjavec, Ph.D.
President

Contact

President's Office
Central Administration (CA)
Room 110
719-549-3213
Pres@pueblocc.edu

Executive Assistant to the President
Julie Jimenez
719-549-3222
Julie.Jimenez@pueblocc.edu

SPOTLIGHT

The President’s Leadership Program at PCC provides a network of academic courses, co-curricula, and service learning opportunities that address intellectual and pragmatic issues of leadership and followership in American Life.

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