Pueblo Community College

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Pueblo Community College (PCC) traces its history to the founding of Southern Colorado Junior College (SCJC) in 1933. In 1937 SCJC became part of the Pueblo County Junior College District, and was renamed Pueblo Junior College. In 1961 the college district was dissolved by the General Assembly and the Junior College became the four-year Southern Colorado State College (SCSC). In the 1970s, SCSC opened a branch institution, the College for Community Services and Career Education, that in 1978 was re-organized by the General Assembly into a separate entity and renamed in 1979 to Pueblo Vocational Community College under the Colorado Community College System. In 1982 it was renamed to Pueblo Community College.

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900 W Orman Ave, Pueblo, Colorado 81004
(719) 549-3125

Robotics Training Programs from Pueblo Community College

The Pueblo Community College STEM program is committed to promote awareness and student achievement in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. To prepare students for U.S. Competitiveness, and develop lifelong learning skills, a strong work ethic, and critical thinking skills that will make them productive and successful. We will provide a seamless transfer to baccalaureate institutions by offering a transitional pathway. We continue to develop STEM curriculum to correlate with industry standards and develop hands on learning opportunities.

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