Post-Secondary Student Registration Checklist
If needed, contact registration at 303-344-4910 ext. 27797 to receive program information. Investigate financial aid and complete your financial aid application as early as possible. If you have any questions or need assistance in completing your free FAFSA application, call our Financial Aid department at 303-344-4910, ext. 27961. (Pickens school code: 012875) Register, in person, at the Registration Office. Finalize registration by showing proof of residency and paying all tuition and fees.
Make payment in Bookkeeping located in the Registration area.
Please note: if the student is under 23 years of age, a copy of parent/guardian’s proof of residency will need to be provided at the time of registration. Also, parent/guardian information will need to be provided on the admissions application. For Residency requirements, please see our catalog below (page 5).
High School Students
High School Registration Checklist
- Meet with your high school counselor and determine which program is the best fit for you.
- Work with your high school counselor and fill out the online application. They will have the link specifically for your school. Be sure to review program fees and agreements prior to submission.
- APS High School Students must complete the application provided to them by their high school counselor.
Pickens Technical College (PTC) has a concurrent enrollment agreement with Aurora Public Schools – and a variety of other school districts – that makes it possible for qualified high school junior and senior students to attend college-level career and technical programs while earning high school credit simultaneously.
How does concurrent enrollment benefit me?
- The school district pays for tuition
- Students earn college and high school academic credits
- Credits are transferable to all community colleges
- Students earn an industry-recognized certificate to help obtain future employment
Academic Credit for College-Level Learning Acquired in the Military
Pickens Technical College will assess the veteran’s JTS and will award credit based on ACE recommendation. Any student who has acquired occupational knowledge in his/her program area through previous education, work experience, on-the-job training or any means other than formal education may challenge any course that will apply to specific CTE certificate programs. Some courses within a program do not provide challenge opportunities.
Pickens Technical College’s student services coordinator will assist any veteran or active military student in selecting a certificate program and verifying PLA credit awarded for the chosen program of study.
ASCENT is designed for students who have met their graduation requirements and have completed 12 college credits (with Cs or higher) prior to graduation. This scholarship pays for one-year tuition following high school graduation.
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