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Welcome to CCA’s Scholarship and Grants homepage. Here you will find valuable information on how to apply for grants and scholarships to help you pay for college. To learn more click the links below.
*CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT / and Current ASCENT STUDENTS are not eligible to receive CCA Scholarships.
There are three Scholarship opportunities that students can apply for:
Summer/ Fall application opens on April 1st and closes May 31st (Summer priority deadline is May 10th).
Spring application opens on October 1st and closes November 30th
By filling out a single application, you can be considered for many different scholarships funded through the CCA Foundation. Some scholarships have their own specific qualifications, but all CCA scholarships require that you are meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress and are enrolled in an eligible degree or certificate program at CCA.
New CCA Students ONLY - Any student who has never taken a class at CCA or at any Colorado Community College School System (CCCS) in any form, including but not limited to: online, concurrent and/or ASCENT or does not have a CCCS student email address @student.cccs.edu. Follow the instructions below:
CONTINUING STUDENTS ONLY - Anyone who has a CCCS student email address @student.cccs.edu or has taken or signed up for a CCCS class in any form. Follow the instructions below:
Fall priority application deadline is May 31st
Spring priority application deadline is November 30th
Applications for the upcoming school year are determined by the CCCS Foundation. Please click on the link below for more information.
We have heard that our CCA students may be receiving letters or email messages offering help to find grants and scholarships for college. Some of these offers require students to pay a fee. PLEASE BE CAUTIOUS OF THESE OFFERS as students SHOULD NEVER HAVE TO PAY TO APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID OF ANY TYPE including applications for grants or scholarships. Legitimate financial aid applications do not charge a fee (for example, the FREE Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA).
These letters/messages may look very official and may even have a logo that resembles federal government logos, or they may have official-sounding names like “Student Financial Resource Center”. However, they typically have no association with the government or any college, and cannot guarantee that you will receive any type of financial aid. If you are suspicious of any financial aid correspondence that you receive, please contact the CCA Financial Aid Office for help.