FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
AURORA, CO. – Today the Community College of Aurora mourns with members of the LGBTQIA+ community. Last night, an armed gunman entered Club Q in Colorado Springs, killing 5 and critically injuring eighteen. While information is still forthcoming, we can however, recognize this as yet another senseless killing driven by hate.
Club Q, issued a statement online, linked HERE.
CCA President Dr. Mordecai Ian Brownlee said, “This morning, our institution mourns for the lives taken and the individuals impacted by last night’s horrific shooting; hatred has no place in our communities and certainly not at the Community College of Aurora. Our diversity and commitment to inclusion and belonging is what makes us stronger.”
Students, staff, faculty, and instructors can access mental health and counseling resources HERE.
About the Community College of Aurora:
The Community College of Aurora (CCA) provides high-quality instruction and student support services to Aurora and Denver, Colorado. With a vision to aspire to be a college where every student succeeds, CCA is the most diverse college in the State of Colorado. Focused on creating social and economic mobility for its students, the college offers courses on two (2) campuses, online, and through its high school concurrent-enrollment programs. For more information, visit www.ccaurora.edu.
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