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Pikes Peak Community College

Pikes Peak Community CollegeThrough the Associate's to Bachelor's® Program at Regis University, Pikes Peak Community College's partnership with Regis ensures that students have a clear path that will lead them beyond the success of their associate's degree directly into a bachelor's degree program. Pikes Peak Community College students can transfer their Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.), Associate of Arts (A.A.) or Associate of Science (A.S.) degree by completing a third year of course work at Pikes Peak Community College and their final year (approximately 30 credit hours) of course work at Regis. Students can obtain a free unofficial transcript evaluation of their previous course work by emailing unoffeval@regis.edu.

A.A.S.
An Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree is a technical or vocational credential. Students who are earning any A.A.S. degree have two pathways for a baccalaureate degree: a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) or a Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.). If you want to earn a B.S., credits from a regionally accredited community college will be counted toward your core courses, foundational courses and elective requirements. You must complete the Technical Occupational Specialty (TOS) credits as indicated on the transfer guide prior to application in order for your technical/vocational credits to be applied toward degree requirements. A student can then be concurrently enrolled to finish the 60-90 credits at the community college while starting on their bachelor's degree at Regis. If you want to earn a B.A.S., you must earn the A.A.S. degree before applying to Regis because of the TOS credit transfer policy.

A.A. or A.S.
An Associate of Arts (A.A.) or Associate of Science (A.S.) degree is a two-year course of study that covers the core materials needed to complete the first two years of a four-year bachelor degree.

Additionally, required course work, transferability of courses, and credits accepted are detailed in each of the degree-specific transfer guides at the link below.

Transfer Guides

Are you interested in a degree program in the health care field? If so, please visit the Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions website to browse degree programs and access the appropriate admissions application and enrollment assistance.

Your Community College Contact

For more information on your community college and its partnership with Regis University, please contact:

Wayne Artis
Assistant to the Vice President for Educational Services for Articulation, Transfer, and Teacher Preparation
719-502-3002
wayne.artis@ppcc.edu

Sarah Clay
Coordinator of Transfer and Articulation
(719) 502-3119
Sarah.Clay@ppcc.edu

"We have a longstanding, smoothly functioning transfer relationship with Regis University. We hear nothing but positive feedback from PPCC students who transfer there."

Wayne Artis,
Assistant to the VP, PPCC

Partner Highlights

  • Regis University's Colorado Springs campus is conveniently located near the PPCC campuses
  • We have developed transfer articulations for several Associate of Applied Science degrees
  • One scholarship valued up to $5,000 is awarded to a PPCC transfer student each year
  • In 2011, the prestigious Vice President's Community College Scholarship was awarded to a PPCC student
  • Regis University sponsors numerous PPCC events, such as Faculty Development Day for PPCC staff and faculty
  • University CCLS is proud of its strong and long-standing partnership with Pikes Peak Community College and its dedicated staff and faculty
  • The Business and Teacher Education programs are the top transfer programs from PPCC to Regis University CCLS. Undergraduate Licensure areas include Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, and Special Education Generalist. Licensure only is also available in Secondary Education (prior degree in area required).