534 reviews
  1. Aurora, CO
  2. 2 Year
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Community College of Aurora Reviews

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I have thoroughly enjoyed my experience with Community College of Aurora. I am a non-traditional student that will transfer to a 4 year college. The staff of advisors and financial aid officers are extremely knowledgeable and very helpful. I feel that I am getting a quality education on a very strict budget.
I am a freshman and will tell you my overall experience at community college of Aurora. It's a good school and economical. This school is very diverse and welcoming. It is in a good area, and has parking.
They really do a lot of things to keep everyone on task. They seem to be really in touch with recent high school graduates as well as returning older students. Advisors are always there to help you. Tuition tends to be lower than surrounding areas. Has two different campus locations to cover a larger part of the city. Haven't had any negative experience with the institution at all. I recommend it to anyone wanting to go there.
I'm having a good time here at CCA. They are very helpful here with helping with money and always willing to work with you if you have any problems or issues.
This my first year at CCA, and I'm really enjoying it so far. The people here are really nice and the professors are very helpful when it comes to homework or even outside help when it comes to school in general. They're very understanding when it comes to our life outside school which makes college seem that much more less stressful.
The Community College of Aurora is a very professional and supportive environment. The teachers are great at their jobs. Every time I have needed assistance with class work, financial aide, or just someone to talk to, there was always someone there to help. The student body is very diverse, filled with many different cultures and ages. I started at CCA as a high school senior, and I am very glad they are apart of the concurrent enrollment problem for high school students. This gave me a chance to start college before I even graduated.
My experience at Community College of Aurora has been great so far. My professors are very caring and want to do anything they can to help.
Everything in regards with the school has been great. There is some things that I struggled with but that was all on me.
I dropped my online course but it wasn't that bad.
They have guaranteed transfer courses which are very beneficial.
  • College Freshman
  • 6 months ago
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Small classes, diverse amazing! Easy learning environment.
They really do care about your future even if you are somewhat undecided - like me!
  • College Freshman
  • 6 months ago
  • Value
I've been at this school for 3 days and its great! I'm only a part time student so I haven't been at school enough but for what I have been its pretty good nice staff and great enviroment!
The flexibility is actually really good since I got to work full time and school full time which is regularly hard to find.
The course is really easy as long as you stay caught up and read what you need to read. The website is also easily accessible and doesn't have regular problems.
The career services definitely helped me find out what I want to do especially since I'm a freshman. The basics and prerequisites also is another tip if you don't know what you fully want to do with your life.
  • College Freshman
  • 6 months ago
  • Value
The classes are easily accessible from a map. The teachers are flexible with your schedule if things come up as well because they understand that things in life come up.
The teachers are wonderful and the rules aren't too harsh. The counsellors will definitely try helping anyone who puts the effort into what they truly want to do. They're caring even though they have a ton of students to worry about as well.
  • College Freshman
  • 6 months ago
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School has been a big contribution to my because the knowledge I have now is amazing comparing to what I have learned in 2nd grade.
The experience is great. Classes and credits are transferable the advisers help students know which classes will transfer to help them in the long run. The curriculum is very simple and professors teach them well.
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