Colorado Colleges and Universities: Arapahoe Community College

We continue our profiles of Colorado’s public higher education institutions with Arapahoe Community College. A member of the Colorado Community College System, ACC was founded in 1965. ACC’s main campus is in downtown Littleton, but it offers branch campuses in Parker and Castle Rock. ACC is known for its art and graphic design, business, health, and automotive technology programs, among others.

Those looking for information on ACC will find a variety of resources available from our library, including college catalogs back to 1977; college budgets; audited financial statements; accountability plans and reports; statistics; institutional self studies; and much more. In 2017 ACC issued an economic impact report, which includes a great amount of data on the college. They have also recently issued a Facilities Master Plan. Additionally, as part of the commemoration of their 50th anniversary, ACC created a video of oral histories of long-time staff members, which you can view online via our library.

To find these and other ACC publications, search our library’s online catalog or request items through Prospector.

 

Amy Zimmer

Technical Services Librarian at State Publications Library
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