What is advising?
Advisors guide you through the enrollment process, give you additional educational information, and are a key element to your success. During your first visit, we will help you review your assessment, select appropriate courses, review degree/certificate requirements, and identify resources to help you achieve your educational goals. Through regular contact with an academic advisor, we assist you in planning educational goals, completing degrees, and achieving successful transfer to four-year colleges and universities. We can help you each step of the way -- from getting started though graduation, transfer and anywhere in-between.
Credit for Prior Learning
Students may be eligible for Credit for Prior Learning. Prior Learning is a non-college or experience-based learning that has been attained outside the sponsorship of an accredited postsecondary education institutions. For additional information about Credit for Prior Learning please visit the Credit for Prior Learning page.
Advisors are available by appointment and on a drop-in basis.
ATTENTION FIRST TIME COLLEGE STUDENTS: You WILL NOT be able to meet with an advisor until you complete New Student Orientation (NSO). Please do not schedule an appointment until you complete NSO and have also provided ACT/SAT scores or have completed the CCPT Assessment Tests.
Please allow for one (1) business day between completing your admissions application and scheduling an on line appointment. If you are still having difficulty, please call 303-360-4700, option 3.
To make an appointment with an advisor at the CentreTech Campus, please Schedule an Appointment at CentreTech.
To make an appointment with an advisor at the Lowry Campus, please Schedule an Appointment at Lowry.
How To Contact Us
Phone: 303-360-4700, option 3
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for general advising questions. You can expect a response within 1 business day. NOTE: Face-to-face advising is always recommended and encouraged, and is essential part of the academic planning process. Online advising is designed only to answer quick questions and to assist with course prerequisites. Students need to sit down with an advisor for academic planning, including appeals, academic progress, alerts, and suspensions. Military and veterans should send email to email@example.com and international students should send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, you can reach us by phone at (303)360-4700.