business, information technology, law
enforcement, engineering, financial
services and several health professions
Community College of Aurora
1600 E. Centre Tech Pkwy.
The Community College of Aurora has
more than 5,500 students enrolled at two
Aurora campuses— the main campus on
East Centre Tech Parkway and the Lowry
Campus on East 10th Place. The college
offers over 40 degree and certificate
programs that specialize in transfer and
vocational education. This fully accredited
educational institution accommodates
the adult student in traditional and
nontraditional education, as well as
online courses. The college serves
students seeking associate of arts and
Community College of Denver (CCD)
1111 W. Colfax Ave.
Community College of Denver is regarded
as Denver’s community college. CCD
partners with local business and govern-
ment leaders to stay on top of what’s
going on in Denver’s fast-paced business
community. CCD has more than 14,000
students at its main site on the Auraria
Campus downtown and at its four
community campuses. The college offers
more than 100 degree and certificate
programs with flexible classes that fit into
even the busiest schedule. In addition to
its degree and certificate programs, CCD
offers continuing education, training, and
consulting services to help individuals and
organizations achieve their peak perform-
ance. CCD’s Performance Solutions
also offers a full spectrum of on-site,
customized training, consulting, assessment,
skill gap analysis and related services.
Performance Solutions has online and
continuing education courses with individ-
ualized and alternative delivery options.
For information about Performance
Solutions, call 303-352-6922, or visit
Front Range Community College
2190 Miller Drive
1931 E. Bridge St.
4616 S. Shields St.
Fort Collins, 80526
3645 W. 112th Ave.
The largest community college in
Colorado, Front Range Community
College is a comprehensive, two-year,
state-supported community college with
an enrollment of more than 23,000. It
has three campuses and one center. Front
Range offers more than 100 degree,
occupational and technical programs, as
well as a full complement of transfer courses.
The college also offers more than 225
online courses. Hybrid courses are
available, allowing students to combine
online and classroom learning. The
Center for Workforce Development
provides skill training, educational and
organizational development consulting
services to help organizations maximize
their profit and productivity potential.
Red Rocks Community College
13300 W. 6th Ave.
5420 Miller St.
Founded in 1969, Red Rocks Community
College serves more than 14,000 credit and
non-credit students. Some of the college’s
special programs include construction
technology, film and video technology,
medical assisting and biotechnology. Red
Rocks offers traditional classroom instruction
during the day, night or weekends, as well
as online, self-paced independent study or
telecourses at its Lakewood and Arvada
campuses. The Rocky Mountain Education
Center provides continuing educational
opportunities at the college and includes all
professional workforce development
training. Red Rocks works closely with
employers and an Advisory Council to
anticipate the training needs of the
workforce of the future.
FOUR-YEAR PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Colorado School of Mines (CSM)
1500 Illinois St.
303-273-3000 or 800-446-9488
Established in 1874 to serve the needs of
the local mining industry, Colorado School
of Mines now has an international reputation for excellence in engineering and
applied sciences, with special expertise in
the development and stewardship of the
Earth’s resources. The university offers all the
advantages of a world-class research
institution with a size that allows for personal
attention for its 4,000 students. With the
highest admissions standards of any public
university in Colorado, also among the
highest in the nation, the school offers an
innovative curriculum emphasizing practical,
hands-on experiences and an interdisciplinary approach to solving problems of
importance to society. Contributing highly
valued and talented individuals to the workforce, Mines places 98 percent of its graduates within 12 months of graduation.
Colorado State University (CSU)
102 Administration Building
Fort Collins, 80523
A student-centered research university,
CSU ranks among the nation’s top public