In-Person Services Now Available At CCA

The Community College of Aurora is once again offering in-person student services at its campuses.

This decision was made because we know most of you, our students, prefer in-person services over online/remote service delivery. We want to do everything we can to enhance your student experience and set you up for the most success possible… and do so in a safe and healthy way.

Below is information on CCA’s campus locations, building hours, and on-campus health and safety protocols. Also below is department-specific appointment information (e.g., how to schedule an appointment, how to check in for your appointment, what to do while you’re waiting for your appointment, and drop-in information). Before coming to campus, please review this information carefully as not every department has the same hours or procedures.

If you’re looking for a service not listed below, please call 303-360-4700 and select the department you need.

CentreTech campus

16000 East CentreTech Parkway

Aurora, CO 80011

Lowry campus

710 Alton Way

Denver, CO 80230

CentreTech Campus

Administration building
Monday: 8am to 6pm
Tuesday: 8am to 6pm
Wednesday: 8am to 6pm
Thursday: 8am to 6pm
Friday: Closed

Student Centre
Monday: 8am to 6pm
Tuesday: 8am to 6pm
Wednesday: 8am to 8pm
Thursday: 8am to 8pm
Friday: Closed

Classroom building
The Academic Learning Center in the Classroom building is open Wednesday from 10am to 5pm. Otherwise, the Classroom building is open on an as-needed basis. 

Fine Arts building
Open on an as-needed basis.

Lowry Campus

West Quad building
Monday: 8am to 9:30pm
Tuesday: 8am to 9:30pm
Wednesday: 8am to 6pm
Thursday: 8am to 9:30pm
Friday: Closed

North Quad building
Open on an as-needed basis.

Center for Simulation
Monday: 8am to 6pm
Tuesday: 8am to 10pm
Wednesday: 8am to 6pm
Thursday: 8am to 10pm
Friday: Closed

Diesel building
Monday: 7am to 1pm
Tuesday: 7am to 1pm
Wednesday: 7am to 1pm
Thursday: 7am to 1pm
Friday: Closed

When you’re on campus, please be sure to follow the health and safety protocols outlined below. These requirements are based on guidance from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, the Colorado Department of Higher Education, the Centers for Disease Control, and the Tri-County Health Department.

Before coming to campus, do a thorough personal assessment and ask yourself these three questions...

  • “Am I displaying any COVID-19 symptoms?”
    • Symptoms include fever above 100.4, tiredness or fatigue, chills, muscle pain, cough, loss of taste or smell, difficulty breathing, headache, and sore throat. If you’re displaying any of these symptoms, please don’t come to campus and instead contact a healthcare provider or the Tri-County Health Department (303-220-9200) for further information and to inquire about COVID-19 testing. You may return to campus only after you are symptom-free and have had a temperature below 100.4 for at least three consecutive days.
  • “Do I have a family member or household member who is displaying COVID-19 symptoms?”
    • If yes, don’t come to campus and instead contact a healthcare provider or the Tri-County Health Department (303-220-9200). Also, be sure to contact the Dean of Students office (303-360-4771) for information and instructions regarding course options.
  • “Have I been knowingly exposed to anyone with COVID-19 in the last two weeks?”
    • If yes, you have three options:
  1. You can come to campus 14 days after your last known date of exposure.
  2. You can wait 10 days after your last known date of exposure and, if you are not exhibiting symptoms, you can come to campus on day 11.
  3. You can wait 5 days after your last known date of exposure, get a COVID test, and if the test is negative, you can come to campus on day 7.

While on campus, you must...

  • Wear a face covering that covers both your nose and mouth when inside any campus building or when interacting within six feet of another person outside of buildings. If you’re not wearing a face covering, you must have an approved accommodation (see below). Face coverings may include a purchased or homemade mask, scarf, bandana, gaiter, or handkerchief. If you don’t have a face covering, you can get one at either of the Welcome Centers on the CentreTech(Administration Building, main entrance) or Lowry (West Quad, south entrance) campuses.
  • Practice appropriate social distancing of at least six feet between yourself and others.
  • Wash your hands regularly with soap and water and/or use the hand sanitizer available throughout both campuses.
  • Cover coughs or sneezes using a disposable tissue or your sleeve or elbow.
  • If you demonstrate COVID-19 symptoms, you must report this to your course instructor, return home, and contact a healthcare provider.

Taking a break...

Wearing a face covering for an extended period can be taxing, and you may need to take an occasional break. Before removing your face covering, you must go outside and away from building entrances. Once you’ve removed your face covering, you must continue to practice appropriate social distancing.

When interacting with others...

  • If a person isn’t wearing a face covering while on campus, kindly remind them of the requirement to wear one. Students and potential students who can’t wear a face covering due to a disability or health reasons should seek an exemption or accommodation by contacting the Office of Disability and Equity (303-340-7548) while visitors should contact Human Resources (303-360-4934).
  • Individuals who have received an approved accommodation or exemption from wearing a face covering can refer any questions they receive from others on campus to Human Resources (303-360-4934) or the Dean of Students’ office (303-360-4771).
  • If someone is refusing to wear a face covering absent a medical reason, please notify the Dean of Students’ office (303-360-4771) if the person is a student or Campus Security (CentreTech 303-360-4727, Lowry 303-419-5557) if the person is a visitor.
  • A person who is uncomfortable with others’ lack of facial covering or social distancing may excuse themselves from participating in class or another activity.
  • If a person is scheduled to attend an appointment in person but does not want to wear a mask or cannot wear a mask, the person can schedule their appointment to be conducted virtually. Please contact the area you have an appointment with to arrange for the virtual appointment.

Lastly, when you’re on campus, you’ll notice arrows on floors inside buildings indicating which direction you should walk, 30 hand-sanitizing stations set up throughout CCA’s campuses for your use, plexiglass at the Welcome Center desks to help prevent the spread of germs, and disinfecting-wipe stations to clean copiers and computers before and after your use.

Hours of operation
8am to 5pm Monday through Thursday
Please note that Admissions, Registration and Records is available virtually on Friday - please call ARR at 303-360-4797 or email Admissions@CCAurora.edu.

Location
CentreTech campus, Administration building, suite A118

“How do I schedule an appointment?”
Call 303-360-4797 or email admissions@ccaurora.edu.

“How do I check in once I've arrived on campus for my appointment?”
Using your phone, scan the QR code on the main door of the Administration building to complete the health-screening process and check in. This will also notify the Admissions, Registration, and Records team that you have arrived.

“What should I do while I'm waiting for my appointment?
Wait in your vehicle or in the cafeteria (located on the first floor of the Student Centre). You will receive a phone call when the Admissions, Registration, and Records team is ready to assist you.

“Are drop-in appointments allowed?”
Yes, as availability allows. You’ll still need to scan the QR code to complete the health-screening process and check in.

Hours of operation
8am to 5pm Monday through Thursday
Please note Advising Services are available virtually on Friday - please call Advising at 303-360-4929 or email Advising@CCAurora.edu to schedule a virtual appointment.

Locations
CentreTech campus, Administration building, suite A100
Lowry campus, West Quad building, suite 119

“How do I schedule an appointment?”
Via CCA Navigate.

“How do I check in once I've arrived on campus for my appointment?”
Using your phone, scan the QR code on the main door of the Administration building (CentreTech campus) or West Quad building (Lowry campus) to complete the health-screening process. Then use CCA Navigate to check in. This will notify the Advising team that you have arrived.

“What should I do while I'm waiting for my appointment?”
If you’re at CentreTech, wait in the Lore Isa Wiggins Advising and Career Center’s designated waiting area. If that area is full, wait in your vehicle or in the cafeteria (located on the first floor of the Student Centre building). You will receive a phone call when the Advising team is ready to assist you.

“Are drop-in appointments allowed?”
Yes, as availability allows. You’ll still need to scan the QR code to complete the health-screening process and use CCA Navigate to check in.

Hours of operation
8am to 5pm Monday through Thursday
Please note the Center for Recruitment and Orientation is available virtually on Friday - please call the Center at 303-360-4918 or email Recruiting.Careers@ccaurora.edu to schedule a virtual appointment.

Locations
CentreTech campus, Administration building, suite A100
Lowry campus, West Quad building, suite 119

“How do I schedule an appointment?”
Call 303-360-4918 or email recruiting.careers@ccaurora.edu.

“How do I check in once I've arrived on campus for my appointment?”
Using your phone, scan the QR code on the main door of the Administration building (CentreTech campus) or West Quad building (Lowry campus) to complete the health-screening process and check in. This will also notify the Recruitment and Orientation team that you have arrived.

“What should I do while I'm waiting for my appointment?”
Wait in your vehicle or in the cafeteria (located on the first floor of the Student Centre building at CentreTech and on the first floor of the West Quad building at Lowry). You will receive a phone call when the Recruitment and Orientation team is ready to assist you.

“Are drop-in appointments allowed?”
Yes, as availability allows. You’ll still need to scan the QR code to complete the health-screening process and check in.

Hours of operation
8am to 5pm Monday through Thursday
Please note that Financial Aid is available virtually on Friday - please call the Financial Aid Office at 303-360-4709 or email financialaid@ccaurora.edu to speak with the office.

Locations
CentreTech campus, Administration building, suite A103
Lowry campus, West Quad building, suite 119

“How do I schedule an appointment?”
Via CCA Navigate. Or call 303-360-4709 or email financialaid@ccaurora.edu.

“How do I check in once I've arrived on campus for my appointment?”
Using your phone, scan the QR code on the main door of the Administration building (CentreTech campus) or West Quad building (Lowry campus) to complete the health-screening process and check in. This will notify the Financial Aid team that you have arrived.

“What should I do while I'm waiting for my appointment?”
Wait in Financial Aid office’s designated waiting area.

“Are drop-in appointments allowed?”
Yes, as availability allows. You’ll still need to scan the QR code to complete the health-screening process and check in.

Hours of operation
9am to 5pm Monday and Tuesday
11am  to 7pm Wednesday and Thursday

Location
CentreTech campus, Student Centre building, suite S202

“How do I schedule an appointment?”
Via the Library’s webpage.

“How do I check in once I've arrived on campus for my appointment?”
Once you’re on campus, you can go straight to the Library and check in at the service desk for your lab or study space. If you have your QR code and password available, you can proceed straight to your assigned area.

“Are drop-in appointments allowed?”
Yes, as availability allows. You’ll still need to check in at the Library service desk.

“What should I do while I'm waiting for my appointment?”
If there are no computers or spaces available when you check in, wait in the Library’s designated waiting area, which is located south of the testing room.

Hours of operation
9am to 5pm Monday and Wednesday

Location
CentreTech campus, Administration building, suite A105

“How do I schedule an appointment?”
Call or text 720-608-1599 or email vetbenefits@ccaurora.edu.

“How do I check in once I've arrived on campus for my appointment?”
Using your phone, scan the QR code on the main door of the Administration building to complete the health-screening process and check in. This will also notify the Military and Veteran Services team that you have arrived.

“What should I do while I'm waiting for my appointment?”
Wait at one of the tables in suite A114 (located at the end of the hall in the Administration building) until someone from Military and Veteran Services is ready to see you.

“Are drop-in appointments allowed?”
Yes, as availability allows. You’ll still need to scan the QR code to complete the health-screening process and check in.

Hours of operation
8am to 5pm Monday through Thursday
Please note that the Office of Disability and Equity is available virtually on Friday - please call the Office of Disability and Equity at 720-449-6686 or email ODE@CCAurora.edu to schedule an appointment.

Location
CentreTech campus, Student Centre building, suite S202

“How do I schedule an appointment?”
Call 720-449-6686 or email ode@ccaurora.edu.

“How do I check in once I've arrived on campus for my appointment?”
Using your phone, scan the QR code on the main door of the Administration building to complete the health-screening process and check in. This will also notify the Disability and Equity team that you have arrived. When you get to the Office of Disability and Equity, ring the doorbell to let them know you’re ready to be seen.

“What should I do while I'm waiting for my appointment?”
Wait in your vehicle or in the cafeteria (located on the first floor of the Student Centre building). You will receive a phone call when the Disability and Equity team is ready to assist you.

“Are drop-in appointments allowed?”
Yes, as availability allows. You’ll still need to scan the QR code to complete the health-screening process.

Hours of operation for CentreTech Campus

10am to 5pm Wednesday

Hours of operation for Lowry campus

8am to noon and 1pm to 5pm Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday

10am to 3pm and 4pm to 7pm Wednesday

Locations

CentreTech campus, Classroom building, room C109

Lowry campus, West Quad building, room 106

“How do I schedule an appointment?”

Call 303-360-4742 or reserve a space.

“How do I check in once I've arrived on campus for my appointment?”

Once you’re on campus, you can go straight to the Academic Learning Center and check in with a staff member for your reserved computer or study space. 

“What should I do while I'm waiting for my appointment?”

Wait at one of the tables in the designated waiting area of the Academic Learning Center. If all spaces are taken, you’ll be asked to use seating in the hallway.

“Are drop-in appointments allowed?”

Yes, as availability allows. You’ll still need to check in with a staff member.

In addition, the following services are available virtually:

  • Drop-in Tutoring: No appointment necessary. Simply click the Zoom link printed on the tutoring schedule flyers which may be found at ALC Tutoring Services.
  • Appointment-based Tutoring:Appointments available 6 days and 4 nights a week in the areas of Math, Writing, ESL/MLL, Spanish, and Accounting. To schedule an appointment, please call 303-340-7247 or visit ALC Tutoring Services.
  • Tutor Me: If the days, times or subjects you need are not on the ALC tutoring schedule, Tutor Me is available to assist students with 24-hour instant online access to outside tutoring 7 days a week. Current CCA students are allotted up to 10 hours each week and may request additional hours as needed. To learn more about how Tutor Me works, click Connect with Tutor Me.
  • Empowering Skills for Success Program: Mentoring for Multilingual Students. To learn more, visit ESSP.
  • Keys to Success Workshop Series: These workshops are designed to help improve students’ academic preparedness, understanding of technology at CCA, enhance financial literacy, promote skill development, and more. For workshop topics and dates, visit Keys to Success Workshop Series Schedule.
  • Drop-in D2L Assistance For assistance, enter the Drop In Zoom Room anytime during the following drop-in hours:
  • Mondays: 8 am - 11 am and 1 pm - 4 pm
  • Wednesdays: 5 pm - 7 pm
  • Thursdays: 2 pm - 4 pm

All services are FREE to current CCA students.

Hours of operation

8am to 5pm Monday and Tuesday

Location

CentreTech campus, Student Centre building, suite S205A

“How do I schedule an appointment?”

Via CCA Navigate.

“How do I check in once I've arrived on campus for my appointment?” 

Using your phone, scan the QR code on the main door of the Administration building to complete the health-screening process and check in.

“What should I do while I'm waiting for my appointment?”

Wait in your vehicle or in the cafeteria (located on the first floor of the Student Centre building). You will receive a phone call when the COSI CPP team is ready to assist you.

“Are drop-in appointments allowed?”

Yes, as availability allows. You’ll still need to scan the QR code to complete the health-screening process and check in.

Hours of operation

8am to 5pm Monday through Thursday

Location 

CentreTech campus, Student Centre building, suite S101 

“How do I schedule an appointment?” 

Via CCA Navigate. Or call 303-361-7370 or email triosss.cca@ccaurora.edu.  

“How do I check in once I've arrived on campus for my appointment?” 

Using your phone, scan the QR code on the main door of the Administration building to complete the health-screening process and check in. This will also notify the TRIO team that you have arrived. 

“What should I do while I'm waiting for my appointment?” 

After checking in on your phone or at the Administration Building, come to the TRIO office and ring the doorbell to let them know you’re ready to be seen. Wait in the hallway outside the TRIO office for a staff member to greet you.

“Are drop-in appointments allowed?”

Yes, as availability allows. You’ll still need to scan the QR code to complete the health-screening process and check in.

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