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Coronavirus Update 3-16-20

Dear CityHawks,

CCD is Converting its Classes and Student Services to Remote Delivery

Currently, CCD instructors are working to transition their in-person classes to a remote delivery format. Most, but not all, CCD employees will work remotely during regular business hours. The college has asked instructors to launch remote delivery options with their class communities by Wednesday, March 18.

Most classes have already met, developed a plan, and launched remote delivery.  Since each class is structured differently, and each classroom community member has access to different technology and resources at home, this is a fluid process and may take some time to accomplish. If you, your instructor, and the rest of your class community have made and launched your plan, you do not need to return to campus.

CCD is Consolidating Auraria Student Services in the Cherry Creek Building

Community College of Denver (CCD) is offering remote student services and consolidating face-to-face services into the Cherry Creek Building where needed. The College decided to keep the Cherry Creek building open as much as is safely practical to continue to serve those students who need a place to access technology (computers/Internet). Designated computer labs in Cherry Creek 119, 121, and 123 will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday. Be sure to bring your CCD school ID to campus to ensure access to CCD buildings.

Remote Student Services for Auraria, AMC, or Lowry Students

No in-person student support services for Lowry and AMC students will be provided, except on the Auraria campus. Designated computer labs for Lowry students are in Health Science Building Room 235.

Remote services for all students are available at:

Auraria Building Closures

Most Auraria campus buildings will be closed starting Tuesday, March 17 at 5:00 p.m., for the foreseeable future. The following Auraria buildings used by CCD will be closed: Arts, Bear Creek, Boulder Creek, Clear Creek, Confluence, King Center, Library, Science, and Tivoli Student Center. If you take classes at MSU Denver or the University of Colorado Denver, check with your institution before coming to campus.

Additional information:

  • The Health Center will remain open. http://www.healthcenter1.com/
  • Auraria Library will remain open on a limited schedule (10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.) only through Tuesday, March 17 and will be closed after that point.  Online service and virtual research assistance via the library’s chat function will still be available. 
  • Tivoli Student Union Building will close Tuesday, March 17, at 5:00 p.m.
  • The Early Childhood Center will close Tuesday, March 17, at 5:00 p.m.
  • Reporting When Ill, If you are ill, please do not come to campus. We encourage you to stay home. Please contact your instructor or work supervisor and Human Resources and let them both know you are ill.
  • Human Resources - patty.davies@ccd.edu or 303.352.3310
  • Contact the Auraria Health Center at 303.615.9999 for a phone assessment and information about getting tested for COVID-19. Please do not come to the Health Center without calling ahead.

Counseling Services

We understand this is a stressful time with many uncertainties. If you are experiencing stress or anxiety affecting your college success, you may contact the Counseling Center or the Care team (numbers below).

If you are subject to discrimination or harassment, please report it using the following form:  https://cm.maxient.com/reportingform.php?CCofDenver&layout_id=5

CCD Student Resources