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Community College of Denver

Community College of Denver (CCD) is the only community college in the city and county of Denver and is surrounded by history, arts, sports and culture. As one of 13 institutions in the Colorado Community College System, CCD is the third largest with more than 8,000 students taking classes both online and in the classrooms.

General Information
1111 W. Colfax Avenue Denver, CO 80204
P: 303.352.6165
Kathryn E. MahoneyDirector of Student Life

About Community College of Denver

CCD students graduate from cutting-edge programs ready to take the next step in their lives, whether it’s to transfer to a four-year institution or begin a new career. CCD promotes excellence in teaching, learning, and service to a diverse community and enrolls over 8,000 students each year on its Auraria and Lowry campuses and online. Among the student population, 92 percent are Colorado residents, more than 30 percent is Latinx, more than 50 percent self-identify as underrepresented, and our international students represent more than 40 nations. The College offers more than 100 degrees and certificates in transfer and occupational education, and CCD’s core classes are guaranteed to transfer to Colorado public colleges and universities.

Areas of study

Undergraduate Areas of Study: Accounting, Architecture, Business, Computer Science and Data Management, Management, Marketing, Real Estate, Chemistry, GIS - Geographical Information Technology, Geology, Information Technology, Mathematics, Marketing Communications,, Office Administration, Physics Sustainable Design

Career center

Rose Beane, Career & Transfer Coach, Interim Director of Career & Transfer Center
P: 303.352.6165