ANNOUNCEMENT: Most spring 2021 classes will once again be offered online/remotely. Learn more about the spring 2021 semester.
Do you have questions about the spring 2021 semester? How to register for classes? What classes you should take? The Community College of Aurora has you covered with our extended hours Zoom session on Saturday, January 9, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Many student services departments will be available to answer your questions and help you get ready for the spring 2021 semester.
Click on the button below to join. A college representative will greet you and put you in contact with the department you need to talk to. If you need to talk to several departments, no worries! After you’re done talking to one department, just ask to talk to another department and you will be connected.
Admissions, Registration, and Records (ARR)
The ARR team can help you with your application, correct or update your account information, assist with your College Opportunity Fund account, tuition residency determination, transfer credits to CCA, register for classes, complete your graduation application, process your request for official transcripts, and so much more.
Uncertain about a career path? Talk with a career advisor and they can help you with career exploration.
The Cashier’s Office is here to help with NBS Payment Plans, activate Bank Mobile Refund Card, billing and tuition, third party payments and other questions pertaining to your student account balances.
Center for Recruitment and Orientation
New student at CCA? Chat with the Center for Recruitment and Orientation to learn more about CCA.
COSI Career Connections Program
The COSI Career Connections Program aims to support workers impacted by COVID-19 who want to earn a credential and advance in one of the top career fields in Colorado. Talk with a coordinator to learn more about COSI Career Connections Program.
COSI (Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Imitative) Traditional is a scholarship program that supports recipients through skill development workshops, attending campus and community events, while receiving 1:1 coaching from the COSI Coaches. Talk with a COSI coordinator to learn more about the scholarship program.
Financial Aid Office
Financial Aid can help you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form, better understand financial aid documents, and make the best decisions possible when it comes to paying for college.
Military and Veteran Services
Military and Veteran Services will be available to help new and returning students use their VA education benefits.
Office of Disability and Equity
CCA views disability as an important aspect of diversity, and is committed to providing equitable access to learning opportunities for all students. The Office of Disability and Equity collaborates with students who have disabilities to provide and/or arrange reasonable accommodations. Talk with a coordinator to learn more about the Office of Disability and Equity.
Have questions about your schedule or what classes you should take? Connect with your pathway advisor and they can assist with program and course selection.
Transfer Success Office
Join us to speak about your transfer options as you either begin or finish you degree at CCA.
Talk with a TRIO staff member to learn more about the extra support services available to first-generation students, low-income students, and students with disabilities. Get help with the TRIO application, enrollment into fall classes, and TRIO on-boarding and next-steps.