Military & Veteran Services is part of the Office of Student Engagement and Retention at Community College of Aurora. We have a dynamic veterans and military community at CCA and we are committed to assisting you in achieving your educational goals. This information is designed to provide you with the tools and guidelines you need to smoothly navigate in the academic world.
Students should sign in with Military & Veteran Services in Suite A105 of the Administration Building.
Appointments are preferred to ensure that staff is available to meet with you. Appointments can be scheduled easily by logging into CCA Navigate in MyCCA or by emailing VetBenefits@CCAurora.edu with several times that would be convenient for you and we will get an appointment scheduled for you as soon as possible.
Please check your student email account prior to your appointment to ensure that staff is still available; unforeseen circumstances may arise that may conflict with your appointment and updates are sent to your student email account.
Monday, Wednesday 10:00am-11:00am
Tuesday, Thursday 12:00pm-1:30pm
VA is now authorized to restore benefits and provide relief to education beneficiaries affected by school closures or certain disapprovals. This means payments of educational assistance will not be charged against an entitlement of educational assistance, or counted against the total period for which a beneficiary may receive educational assistance under two or more programs, if VA finds that the individual was unable to complete such course or program of study as a result of:
VA may treat a course of education that is disapproved under this chapter as being approved, if VA determines, on a case-by-case basis, that the course was disapproved for one of the reasons stated above and continuing the course is in the best interest of the individual
This provision takes effect 90 days after August 16, 2017 and applies to courses and programs of education discontinued after August 1, 2015. For courses or programs discontinued during the period beginning January 1, 2015, and ending on August 16, 2017, an individual who does not transfer credits can have all his/her entitlement restored.
VA may also continue awarding a monthly housing allowance stipend under the Post-9/11 GI Bill program following a permanent school closure or certain disapproval of a course of study. The changes to monthly housing allowance will take effect on August 1, 2018, and apply to courses and programs of education discontinued on or after August 16, 2017.
Judy Steele, Assistant Director
Email: Military & Veteran Services
Pathways Advising: 303-360-4929
Admissions, Registration, & Records: 303-360-4700
Assessment Testing: 303-360-4948
Cashier's Office, FACTS Payment Plans, 3rd Party, and Collections: 303-360-4827
Center for Recruitment and Orientation: 303-360-4766
Financial Aid: 303-360-4709
Office of Disability & Equity: 303-340-7551
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site.