ANNOUNCEMENT: Most spring 2021 classes will once again be offered online/remotely. Learn more about the spring 2021 semester.

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Most spring 2021 classes at the Community College of Aurora will once again be offered online/remotely. This decision was made for two main reasons: 1) We want you to be able to continue your education safely, and 2) we want to do everything we can to minimize stress and disruption in your lives. Rather than start in-person and possibly have to transition to an online/remote format later in the semester, or vice versa, we want to give you a consistent and certain learning environment. This, we believe, is as important as anything for you and your families in these challenging times. The most important thing to note is that you’ll still receive the same high-quality instruction from the same high-quality instructors … the content will just be delivered in a different way. 

CCA-specific updates will be posted to this page throughout the semester. Please check in when you can for scholarship and grant updates, messages from CCA’s leadership team, and other important information. 

The Community College of Aurora has developed a plan that prioritizes your health and safety while still delivering high-quality instruction and the support services you need. As always, we will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and abide by any pertinent orders from the governor, Tri-County Health, the Colorado Department of Higher Education, and the Colorado Community College System. 

Applying to CCA

If you haven’t yet applied to CCA, you can apply online at anytime. The application is free and easy to complete. If you need help applying, you can call 303-360-4918 or email

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