Fall Classes: The majority of fall 2020 classes will be offered online/remote. Learn more about the fall 2020 semester.
Upon enrolling at the college, you assume an obligation to conduct yourself in a manner compatible with the college's function as a public educational institution. CCA expects each student to obey federal, state, and municipal laws as well as college regulations. In addition, students must adhere to the State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education Board Policies, the Colorado Community College System President’s Procedures, and the CCA Student Code of Conduct explained below. Click the titles below to view.
The right to due process refers to the idea that governmental authorities must provide fair, unbiased, and equitable procedures when determining a person’s guilt or innocence.
Community College of Aurora and the Colorado Community College System recognizes the right of both substantive and procedural due process in any matter involving a student misconduct violation where a sanction may be imposed. A student is entitled to a notice, a hearing (meeting), and an explanation before receiving a suspension or expulsion from the college.