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Academic Support

CCA offers many resources to support students every step of the way during their academic journey.

CentreTech Campus, Administration Building, Room A106
Lowry Campus, Student Services office, West Quad, Room 119

Academic Advising is a collaborative and intentional process between students and trained advisors. Our mission is to partner with students to guide and empower them in developing, implementing, and completing academic plans that further their career and life goals.

Academic Advising provides the following services:

  • Understand assessment testing results
  • Choose or change a degree or certificate program
  • Understand degree requirements
  • Find course descriptions and prerequisite courses in the catalog
  • Learn how to use the class search to build your schedule
  • Determine if an online course is the “right choice”
  • Assist in planning educational goals
  • Assist with degree completion
  • Help with a successful transfer to four-year colleges and universities

Overall, we help students each step of the way – from getting started through graduation, to transfer and anywhere in-between.

Advising services are provided on a walk-in basis and by appointment, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m.- 5:30 p.m. and Friday, 9:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. Schedule your appointment through our online appointment form.

You can obtain more detailed information on the Academic Advising website.

Location: CentreTech Campus, Student Center, Room S202A

The Office of Disability and Equity creates an equitable learning environment and prepares students for academic success through information, resources, and tools. We support our faculty by providing teaching strategies, assistive technology support, and mediation.

For more detailed information please visit the Office of Disability and Equity webpage.


Community College of Aurora welcomes both ASSET students and those that qualify for DACA.

Learn more about ASSET and DACA on CCA's ASSET/DACA webpage.

Location: CentreTech Campus, Administration Building, Room A106G

Counseling services is a free service offered by licensed professionals to all students enrolled in the Community College of Aurora.  The following services are provided:

  • 1:1 sessions between counselor and student
  • Crisis management
  • Short-term counseling
  • Wellness services
  • Referrals for off-campus providers
  • Informational presentations for students to learn more about topics related to mental health and wellness

To schedule an appointment please call: 303-360-4932, or email

For more detailed information please visit the Counseling Services website.

Location: CentreTech Campus, Student Center, Room S202

The Learning Resource Center houses the following services: the library, librarians to assist with research, study rooms, computer labs to complete homework, and a testing center where students can make up exams.

For more detailed information please visit the LRC website.


Location: CentreTech Campus, Administration Building, Room 105

CCA has a dynamic veteran and military community and the department is committed to assisting these students achieve their educational goals. This office is designed to provide tools and guidelines needed to smoothly navigate the academic world.

For more detailed information please visit the Military & Veteran Services website.

Location: CentreTech Campus, Student Success Center, Room S101

The Student Success Center's (SSC) mission is to promote student success through dedicated support in an inclusive and authentic academic community. The following programs are housed in the Student Success Center:

  • Transfer Success Program – serves students interested in completing their associate degree and transferring to a four-year college to earn a bachelor’s degree.
  • TRiO Student Support Services – serves first generation college students who are designated as low income or who have a documented disability.
  • Partner Programs – serves cohorts of students who receive a third-party scholarship, such as Mile High United Way, Denver Scholarship Foundation and the Daniels Fund. Additionally, the SSC provides support for all CCA students participating in the ASCENT program.

The goal of each of these programs is to help students meet their individual college goals through degree completion, transfer and/or career exploration. Capacity in each of these programs is limited and students wishing to participate must complete an application and participate in a brief interview. Students participating in these programs are expected to meet with an assigned advisor regularly, participate in workshops and other center events (fall and spring welcome back events), utilize tutoring and participate in the AAA 101 course where appropriate.

For more detailed information please visit the Student Success Center website.

Location: CentreTech Campus, Classroom Building, Room 109

The tutoring lab services include tutoring in various content areas at no charge for students enrolled in classes at the Community College of Aurora. Content areas include: math, statistics, computer, writing, and ESL (English as a second language), science, and accounting.

For more detailed information please visit the Tutoring website.

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