Receive a $500 grant for your summer and/or fall education. CCA has $1.75 million in federal tuition and emergency grants available for summer and fall. Everyone, regardless of immigration status, is eligible to apply for these grants. Learn more about financial assistance.
Once you have received your I-20 from the Community College of Aurora, you need to apply for your student visa. Please pick the option below that is appropriate for your situation.
Following is a list of the most frequently used forms in the application process for a new or transfer F-1 or M-1 student visa. Some of these forms are located on the USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) website and others are on CCA's website. All forms below are in PDF format. You will need Adobe Acrobat to access these files. If you don't have this program, it's available as a free download from the Adobe Systems Website. Download the free Adobe Reader now.
Obtaining an F-1 visa at a US Consular Office
If you are still in your home country and plan to apply for your visa from home, your application must include the following items:
You will need to input your SEVIS student number (the number in the upper right corner of your I-20 that begins with an "N") and the CCA School Code (also on your I-20--begins with DEN) on the I-901.