UPDATE: Vaccines are not required at CentreTech or Lowry campuses. Indoor mask mandate in effect for all CCA buildings. Learn more about important vaccine and mask updates.

CCA and Community Resources

CCA RESOURCES

* If you need assistance of any kind making the transition to online learning, please complete CCA's Student Transition Support Form.

* If you need to report a non-academic-related concern, please complete CCA's Refer a Concern Form.

Academic Tools

  • Vital Source is a company that makes online versions of textbooks available for rent. To support colleges that are moving online, Vital Source has made many of its textbooks available for free through 5/24. To see if your textbook is available, visit http://vitalsource.com and click on My Bookshelf. Create an account using your student email. Then search for your book. If it is available, the Borrow Now link will let you open it. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Library at library@ccaurora.edu
  • Library Collections are all online and 30-minute one-on-one research appointments are available via Zoom to help students find resources for research assignments. 24/7 help from a librarian is also available via chat.  Visit http://ccaurora.edu/library 
  • Please continue to check your MyCCA and D2L emails daily as instructors will post important information there

Academic Learning Center

REMOTE AND ON-CAMPUS TUTORING

Free tutoring is offered by the Academic Learning Center (ALC) and TutorMe.

The Academic Learning Center provides tutoring in the following subjects:

  • Math Tutoring
  • ESL/MLL Tutoring
  • Accounting Tutoring
  • Writing Tutoring         
  • Spanish Tutoring

Tutoring with the ALC is by appointment. To schedule an appointment, please call the Academic Learning Center at 303-340-7247 or 303-360-4742 or follow the steps in this videohttps://youtu.be/ZBR02mhzEKc.

To view ALC tutoring schedules, please visit www.ccaurora.edu/alc.

For additional subjects and times, TutorMe is available to assist you. Just click on the TutorMe link in the student resources section of the D2L homepage.

  • ALC Summer Workshop Series - These workshops are designed to help improve students’ academic preparedness, understanding of technology at CCA, promote skill development, and more. For workshop topics and dates, visit ALC Workshop Series Schedule.
  • Computer Lab and Study Space - Computers and study space is available at Lowry and CentreTech. To schedule an appointment, click Reserve Computer or Study Space
  • Tutoring with a CCA Tutor - Both online and on-campus tutoring is available to assist students with Math, Writing, ESL/MLL, Spanish, and Accounting. T o schedule an appointment, please call 303-340-7247. To view tutoring schedules, visit ALC Tutoring Schedules.
  • Tutoring with 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, watch the Connect with Tutor Me YouTube video.
  • Empowering Skills for Success Program – Mentoring for Multilingual Students. To learn more, visit the ESSP page.
  • Virtual D2L Drop-in Hours - For assistance with D2L, students may enter the Drop-In Zoom Room anytime during the following drop-in hours:
  • Mondays: 9 am - 11 am
  • Wednesdays: 2 pm - 4 pm
  • Thursdays: 3 pm - 4 pm

COMPUTER LAB AND STUDY SPACES

The Academic Learning Center has student spaces for studying, computer access, and printer access available by appointment.  Masks are required!

To schedule an appointment for Computer Lab and Study Spaces:

·        Call 303-360-4742 or 303-340-7247, or visit https://ccaurora.libcal.com/reserve/alc

VIRTUAL DROP-IN HOURS

Do you have questions about Zoom, Navigate, LibCal or D2L?

The Academic Learning Center offers virtual drop-in hours to assist you.

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

Counseling Services

  • CCA Counseling Services is implementing telehealth for all delivery of services, effective Monday, March 16. Ersin Sulukioglu or Dr. Diem Phan-Boyer will reach out to students directly via telephone or email to discuss the best method for them. If you are a student needing counseling support, the way to reach us is to complete an online referral form
  • If you are experiencing an urgent matter or crisis, please contact our Connect to Care clinic or the Colorado Crisis Services hotline. 

  • Colorado Crisis Services Help Line - 1-844-439-TALK (8255) Text TALK to 38255 

  • Aurora Mental Health’s Connect to Care (C2C) 303-617-2300 

Employment Resources

CCA’s Career Services Department has resources to assist with career exploration, job search amid the pandemic, resume building, and interview techniques. Virtual appointments can be scheduled. Students can connect with Career Services by emailing CareerServices.CCA@CCAurora.edu, calling 303-340-7231, or schedule an appointment in Navigate.

Immigrant and Undocumented Student Resources

Internet and Computer Access

Office of Disability and Equity

  • If you identify as a student with a documented disability and need to request accommodations, please contact CCA’s Office of Disability & Equity via e-mail at  ODE@CCAurora.edu, or visit the department's website.    

Mental Health Services

  • CCA students are eligible for free counseling services. If you are a student needing counseling support, please complete an online referral form
  • Colorado Crisis Services Line (1-844-493-TALK): If you or someone you know is in crisis or needs help dealing with one, call 1-844-493-TALK (8255) or text TALK to 38255 to speak to a trained professional. Chat services are also available from 4 p.m. to 12 a.m. daily at coloradocrisisservices.org

Registration and Advising

  • The Admissions, Registration & Records office is ready to assist you with your registration questions. Please email us at Admissions@CCAurora.edu or call 303-360-4797 and we will return your call the same business day.
  • Advisors are now virtual and ready to assist with student advising needs. 
    • To make an appointment with a Pathway Advisor, please visit Navigate and indicate that you are requesting a phone, email or WebEx session.  If you cannot log onto Navigate please call 303-360-4929 or email Advising.CCA@CCAurora.edu
    • To make an appointment with a TRIO Academic Coach, please visit Navigate and select the StudentSuccess/TRIO/COSI option followed by TRIO Advising. Please indicate if you are requesting a phone, email, or Zoom advising session. If you cannot log into Navigate, please call 303-361-7370 and leave a message or email triosss.cca@ccaurora.edu. TRIO participants can view details on how to connect with TRIO tutors through the Student Success Center page on D2L.

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

Child Care Resources

City Resources

Community Resource Guide

  • This guide includes resources on: financial assistance, homelessness & emergency overnight resources, rent assistance, emergency eviction assistance, medical & dental assistance, health insurance, legal services, food banks, mental health resources, survivors of violence resources, DREAMer resources, LGBTQ resources, women & gender equity, and cultural centers.

COVID-19 Testing Resources

Domestic Violence and Intimate Partner Violence Resources

  • Rose Andom Center
    720-337-4400, Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm www.RoseAndomCenter.org for more information
  • Colorado Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline
    844-CO-4-Kids or www.co4kids.org
  • Safe House Denver provides both emergency shelter and non-residential counseling and advocacy services to adults, children and youth experiencing intimate partner violence.
    24-Hour Crisis Line at 303-318-9989 www.Safehouse-Denver.org
     
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline - operating around the clock, seven days a week, confidential and free of cost, the National Domestic Violence Hotline provides lifesaving tools and immediate support to enable victims to find safety and live lives free of abuse
    1-800-799-7233 or www.thehotline.org
  • Text: Text LOVEIS to 22522 
    Chat:  thehotline.org 

  • Latina Safe House - provides bilingual and culturally sensitive services to Latina survivors of domestic violence and their families
    303-433-4470 or www.latinasafehouse.org
     
  • National Sexual Assault Hotline 
    1-800-656-HOPE (4673) 
    Chat: https://www.rainn.org/get-help 
     
  • Department of Defense Safe Helpline (Service Members) 
    Website:  https://safehelpline.org/ 
    877-995-5247  
    202-540-5962 (For those unable to call toll-free or DSN) 
     
  • Support Group Chatroom:  SafeHelpRoom.org 
    Safe HelpRoom is a group chat service that allows survivors of sexual assault in the military to connect with, and support one another in a moderated and secure online environment. Safe HelpRoom discussions have a moderator who can provide referrals and help keep the conversation focused on survivors' needs as well as a reviewer who ensures all participants adhere to the Ground Rules.
     
  • For any victims and survivors who need support, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-799-7233 for TeleType (TTY), or if you’re unable to speak safely, you can log onto thehotline.org or text LOVEIS to 22522.
     
  • Staying Safe Guide During COVID-19

Employment Resources

  • Arapahoe/Douglas Works! Workforce Center is a member of the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment’s statewide network of workforce centers, which provide a variety of no-cost services to job seekers and businesses. Arapahoe/Douglas Works! serves as a critical resource to connect people and businesses in Arapahoe and Douglas Counties, and throughout the Denver/Aurora metropolitan region. 
  • Connecting Colorado is part of a state and county-run system that delivers immediate, tangible results for your future. You can post your résumé, apply for a specific job or do a self-directed job search through the jobs database.
  • File for an unemployment claim

Eviction and Rental Resources

  • For Denver County Residents: rent assistance, 1st month's rent and deposit Denver (720) 944-3666
  • First Mennonite Ministry (Denver County Residents) offers possible rent assistance and public services (303) 892-1038
  • Growing Home (Adams County Residents) offers rental assistance, homeless assistance, bill assistance, financial education, child care (303) 426-0430  
  • Jeffco Action Center (Jefferson County Residents) offers rental assistance, energy assistance (303) 237-7704 
  • Jewish Family Services offers possible rent assistance (303) 597-5000  
  • Labor Community Agency Inc. offers rent assistance (303) 744-6169 x 12 

Financial Assistance Resources

Food Resources

General COVID-19 Information

Health Resources

Mental Health Services

  • Colorado Crisis Services Line (1-844-493-TALK): If you or someone you know is in crisis or needs help dealing with one, call 1-844-493-TALK (8255) or text TALK to 38255 to speak to a trained professional. Chat services are also available from 4 p.m. to 12 a.m. daily at coloradocrisisservices.org

Reduced Service Costs

  • Aunt Bertha is a website that allows you to enter your zip code and locate nearby services at reduced costs in a wide range of areas such as food, housing, goods, transit, health, money, care, education, work and legal.
  • ArapaSOURCE is a website that allows you to enter your address and locate nearby services at free or reduces costs in a wide range of areas such as food, housing, goods, employment, transit, health, money, care, education, and legal. 

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