Opportunity awaits. Are you wanting to start your college career, earn an associate's degree, and transfer to a four-year institution? Maybe you're just looking to acquire new skills so you can get that promotion at work. Or perhaps you're thinking about changing careers completely and need job-specific training. The Community College of Aurora is here to help you achieve your educational and professional goals! Class registration for the spring 2020 semester is now open. At CCA, you'll save thousands of dollars in tuition costs, receive quality instruction from award-winning professors, and be on your way to achieving what you've set out to accomplish. And here's a bonus: You'll never pay for parking at CCA. Not many colleges can say that :) Get started today!
If you're a Colorado resident and you take 15 credit hours each semester, all you'll pay is $3,643.50 in tuition per term. Here's what's even better: When you receive the Colorado Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend, that amount will drop to $2,369.67. So if you like saving money, starting at CCA and transferring to a four-year institution is the way to go!
|More than $500,000 in scholarships is awarded to CCA students every year. Why? Because we want to help offset the cost of your college education as much as possible. For the 2018-2019 school year alone, $534,161 in scholarship money was given to 507 students. Free money is up for grabs every year at CCA ... you just need to go claim it!|
|Tutoring, mental health counseling, additional support for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) recipients, extra support for veterans, career and transfer planning, and many other support services are available to CCA students. Our goal is to support you in any way we can during your time at CCA.|
Maybe you're not looking to earn an associate's degree. Maybe you just need to learn a set of new skills. That's great! CCA offers dozens of industry-relevant certificates designed to help you acquire the knowledge and skills you need to advance your professional career.
|CCA's average class size is 16, which means you'll receive individualized attention and instruction from your professors and have an easier time getting to know your classmates.|