CCA has funding available for students who are enrolled in spring 2022 classes and have experienced financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic and require financial assistance. Apply for the Spring Semester 2022 CCA Student Emergency Grant Application

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The students and faculty who spoke at the first-generation celebration panel event.

There’s something beautiful and inspiring about being the first person to do something. 

The first to run a sub-four-minute mile. The first to win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. The first to walk on the moon. The first to climb Mount Everest. There’s a first for, well, everything, isn’t there.

CCA graduates at Commencement

Going to college is a big commitment. You may ask yourself, “Is a college degree worth it? Can I afford it? Do I have the time to go to classes and be away from my family?” Those are all valid questions. It requires time – time away from your family and job, time to study, and time to go to classes. It can also cost a significant amount of money. You have to pay for tuition (which can be extremely expensive depending on the college or university), class fees, books, and parking.

Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman, CCCS Chancellor Joe Garcia, Colorado State Senator Rhonda Fields, and CCA President Dr. Mordecai Brownlee at Celebrating Connections

A new era was officially ushered in for the Community College of Aurora at the college’s annual Celebrating Connections event Tuesday night, Oct. 19, at the Hyatt Regency Aurora hotel.

A man and a woman look at a laptop amongst data servers

The Amazon Fulfillment Center in Aurora employs over 1,000 people. These employees work in a variety of capacities, from warehouse team members to distribution center associates to delivery drivers.

A piggy bank wearing a graduation cap sits on some textbooks

Did you know that CCA offers low- or no-cost textbooks and class materials for certain classes?

Yes, it’s true – and you can access these materials for upcoming fall classes!

Through a grant from the Colorado Open Educational Resources Council and the Colorado Department of Higher Education, CCA has developed free or low-cost materials for five courses.

These courses include general education classes in subjects such as English, History, and Sociology.



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