Welcome to Red Rocks Community College, a vibrant institution dedicated to your success!
We are proud to serve our community with flexible, high-quality education at an affordable price. Whether you are earning a degree, brushing up on career skills, or seeking life-long learning, you will enjoy an environment of inspiration and support. It is our goal to create an experience that will enrich your life educationally, professionally, and personally.
Imagine the possibilities at Red Rocks:
Choose from over 300 programs and 650 courses including those that are guaranteed to transfer to Colorado four-year institutions.
Benefit from the supportive environment that is created by our knowledgeable, dedicated staff and faculty. Learn in small classes, where you receive the personal attention you need to accomplish your goals.
Our talented instructors bring years of real-world experience and education into the classroom, providing students with the most current and relevant information in their fields.
Courses are offered at two campus locations during days, evenings, and weekends. Choose from classroom, online, self-paced, or accelerated courses – all designed to fit into your busy lifestyle.
Red Rocks is affordable. Financial aid and scholarships are available, and we have an extensive job placement and internship program.
Welcome to our community. The staff and faculty at Red Rocks Community College are here to serve you and deliver what you need to succeed.
Dr. Michele Haney
President, Red Rocks Community College
Dr. Haney joined RRCC in 2008, bringing with her nearly 30 years of community college leadership. During her tenure, she has worked to improve technology to expand teaching and learning opportunities, helped streamline the transition of high school students into dual enrollment programs, and initiated plans to expand grant funding and workforce development. Dr. Haney’s leadership has increased student retention, graduation, and minority enrollment. Prior to RRCC, Dr. Haney served as president of Morgan Community College, and in vice president and chief executive officer roles at Front Range Community College.