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Benefits Access for College Completion

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A service at CCA, designed to help you connect with short-term assistance for long-term success.  Colorado PEAK/SNAP-Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. 

You can apply online at Colorado Peak


 Free Benefit Screening


Advantages for you:

  • Apply on Campus with a friendly success coach who understands your needs.
  • Access to community resources
  • Can help you overcome obstacles to staying in school


Providing students and their families with access to benefits and services needed to help students stay in school and graduate.

If you answer “yes” to any of the questions below, you may qualify for additional financial services and/or benefits (SNAP/Food Stamps):

  • Do you need help paying for college?
  • Are you finding it difficult to meet basic living expenses such as for housing, food, rent, clothing, etc?
  • Are you receiving limited or no financial support from your family?
  • Are you financially responsible for children under the age of 24?
  • Are you in need of financial assistance?

Get the help you need financially and graduate.  This program is for individuals who currently do not receive SNAP/Food Stamps.

  • Free Healthcare Enrollment
  • Household size and income without eligible deduction eligibility chart

Income Chart

Table 1: SNAP Income Eligibility Limits - Oct. 1, 2020, through Sept. 30, 2021

Household Size Gross monthly income
(130 percent of poverty)
Net monthly income
(100 percent of poverty)
1 $1,383 $1,064
2 $1,868 $1,437
3 $2,353 $1,810
4 $2,839 $2,184
5 $3,324 $2,557
6 $3,809 $2,930
7 $4,295 $3,304
8 $4,780 $3,677
Each additional member +$486 +$374




Gross income means a household's total, non excluded income, before any deductions have been made. Net income means gross income minus allowable deductions.

Deductions are allowed as follows:

  • A 20 percent deduction from earned income;
  • A standard deduction of $157 for households sizes of 1 to 3 people and $168 for a household size of 4 (higher for some larger households);
  • A dependent care deduction when needed for work, training, or education;
  • Medical expenses for elderly or disabled members that are more than $35 for the month if they are not paid by insurance or someone else;
  • Legally owed child support payments;
  • Some States allow homeless households a set amount ($143) for shelter costs; and
  • Excess shelter costs that are more than half of the household's income after the other deductions. Allowable costs include the cost of fuel to heat and cook with, electricity, water, the basic fee for one telephone, rent or mortgage payments and taxes on the home. (Some States allow a set amount for utility costs instead of actual costs.) The amount of the shelter deduction cannot be more than $517 unless one person in the household is elderly or disabled. (The limit is higher in Alaska, Hawaii and Guam.)

Information needed to complete application.

Contact Angie Tiedeman and receive a FREE Benefit Screening.
Monday & Friday 7:30am - 4pm
Administration Bldg. A105B


Colorado WIC provides numerous benefits to pregnant, postpartum, and breastfeeding women, infants, and children to ensure that everyone in Colorado gets nutrient-rich food and adopts a healthy lifestyle. Participants receive vouchers to buy food, assistance with breastfeeding, referrals to health care program and services, and nutrition education. Colorado WIC is state's nutrition supplemental food program.

If you are interested in applying for WIC

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