Community College of Denver’s incredible support system will give you the ability to learn and grow with teachers and mentors who are invested in successful individual outcomes.
The Accessibility Center is available to students with disabilities to assist you. You are welcome to stop by the center and say hello when you visit our campus. If you believe you will need extensive assistance to complete the steps to enrollment below, please make an appointment with the Educational Opportunity Center. By attending CCD, you will be joining a welcoming student body and you will receive guidance from teachers and the Accessibility Center as well as other exceptional programs, making your time at CCD beneficial and rewarding.
You can also download the Admissions & Registration Guide for more detailed information.
After you have applied to CCD, fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This is your application for all federal and state grants, loans, and work-study.
Before attending New Student Orientation, you must meet the math and English assessment requirement by taking the placement test (unless you meet an exemption). This is a very important exam that determines course placement, so you are strongly encouraged to prepare thoroughly before testing. The cost to take the exam is $10 and re-testing is not permitted.
In order to register for classes must do one of the following:
A. Take the placement test to assess your current academic skill level.
B. Provide a copy of your ACT or SAT results to the Testing Center for placement test exemption. You must have obtained the following scores to be exempt:
Learn more about exemptions from the placement test and getting your transcript and testing scores reviewed.
The New Student Orientation is required for all new students and is a great opportunity for you to learn all about your life at CCD.
Get the academic advising process started early! Your academic advising session is your opportunity to discuss educational plans and find out what classes you will start with at CCD. Please visit or contact the Academic Advising & Student Success Center to get connected with your academic advisor.
Make an appointment to see an Accessibility Specialist in the Accessibility Center.
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Confluence Building, Room 115
800 Curtis Street
Denver, CO 80204
Campus Box 215
P.O. Box 173363
Denver, CO 80217