Visit the Educational Opportunity Center for help getting started! We can assist you with finding the right major, completing admissions applications, or understanding the financial aid process. Call 303.352.8746.
The Academic Support Center (ASC) houses the Tutoring Center for current CCD students and the Foundational Skills Institute for adult education leading to an alternate credential such as the GED or HiSET. We encourage you to stop by our offices or call to get more information.
Our dedicated team connects and assists you during the pre-enrollment and college-transition process by developing positive relationships, showing you the path toward enrollment, and providing top-notch service.
CCD strives to provide a safe and healthy environment that improves your learning process. Here you'll find important phone numbers and safety information, including details on the RAVE system and AHEC's inclement weather hotline.
The Center for Workforce Initiatives (CWI) at Community College of Denver helps to connect employers, workers, students and other community partners to develop paths toward career advancement and sustainable employment within targeted industries.
The Educational Opportunity Center serves a six-county metropolitan area offering the community information on accessing higher education, planning and assisting with the completion of the admissions and financial aid applications, exploring career options, and dissemination of private scholarship sources to low income, first generation students.
EASS heads up several student reaching departments, including Enrollment Services, Student Development & Retention, Student Life, and Institutional Research. Our mission is to ensure accessible opportunities for students’ academic success and personal growth and development in a diverse society.
Grant Development and Compliance supports the mission of CCD by developing resources that contribute to programming, student supports, faculty and staff development, and other services that improve the learning experience for our students.
The HSI STEM Sirviendo program works with Hispanic and/or low-income STEM students (i.e., those working on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math degrees not including Health Sciences) throughout their time at CCD.
With a sincere commitment to the safety and a conducive learning environment of the campus, the Office of Student Conduct assists students, faculty, and staff in dealing with violations of the Student Code of Conduct.
The Office of Student Development and Retention at CCD creates opportunities to involve students, faculty, and staff in diverse learning environments and delivers critical support for enriching the overall student experience.
A CCD graduate is a complex thinker, is an effective and ethical user of technology, is an effective communicator, is globally aware, is personally responsible and is a numeric thinker. With these attributes, CCD’s graduates can do anything!
The Testing Center is located on the Auraria Campus and supports teaching and learning by providing high-quality test administration and excellent customer service in a comfortable and secure testing environment.