FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
AURORA, CO. – In consultation with local law enforcement agencies, the Community College of Aurora has determined that there is no threat to the CentreTech or the Lowry Campus. CCA plans to resume normal operations for faculty, instructors, staff, and students on Monday, August 8th.
Extended hours scheduled for today, (8/6) have been moved remote. Students can access these services by following the Zoom link HERE. Today’s virtual hours will remain the same from 9 am – 1 pm.
CCA would like to thank the entire CCA community, including the CCA Emergency Response Team, faculty, instructors and staff, for being responsive and understanding as we quickly pivoted operations to ensure the safety of all. Additionally, a thank you to local law enforcement officials, and the CCCS Office Emergency Response Team for acting quickly to assess the threat. Your safety is our top priority, and we appreciate your cooperation and flexibility.
About the Community College of Aurora:
The Community College of Aurora (CCA) provides high-quality instruction and student support services to Aurora and Denver, Colorado. With a vision to aspire to be a college where every student succeeds, CCA is the most diverse college in the State of Colorado. Focused on creating social and economic mobility for its students, the college offers courses on two (2) campuses, online, and through its high school concurrent-enrollment programs. For more information, visit www.ccaurora.edu.
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