Colorado Community Colleges Offering the Most Programs

The average community college in Colorado offers approximately 18 programs (2022-23).
The community colleges offering the most programs are listed below (where sufficient data available).
The community college in Colorado offering the most programs is Pueblo Community College, offering 70 programs.
Programs Offered Range: 1 70 Avg. Programs Offered: 18

Colorado Community Colleges Offering the Most Programs (2022-23)

College
Programs Offered
Location
Rank: #11.
Pueblo Community College
Public
Programs Offered: 70
900 W Orman Ave
Pueblo, CO 81004
(719) 549-3093
Rank: #22.
Colorado Heights University
Colorado Heights University Photo
Private, non-profit
Programs Offered: 24
3001 S Federal Blvd
Denver, CO 80236
(720) 927-7622
Rank: #33.
Pima Medical Institute-Denver
Private for-profit
Programs Offered: 14
7475 Dakin St. Suite 100
Denver, CO 80221
(303) 426-1800
Rank: #44.
Lincoln College of Technology-Denver
Private for-profit
Programs Offered: 11
11194 E 45th Ave
Denver, CO 80239
(844) 768-0290
Rank: #5 - 65. - 6.
Concorde Career College-Aurora
Public
Programs Offered: 9
111 N. Havana Street
Aurora, CO 80010
(303) 861-1151
Rank: #5 - 65. - 6.
Intellitec College-Grand Junction
Private for-profit
Programs Offered: 9
772 Horizon Dr.
Grand Junction, CO 81506
(970) 245-8101
Rank: #77.
Intellitec College-Colorado Springs
Private for-profit
Programs Offered: 6
2315 East Pikes Peak Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
(719) 632-7626
Rank: #88.
Colorado School of Trades
Private for-profit
Programs Offered: 1
1575 Hoyt St
Lakewood, CO 80215
(303) 233-4697

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