Colorado Community Colleges Online is not a college in and of itself; it belongs to a consortium of partner colleges. The CCCOnline consortium is comprised of thirteen member colleges in the Colorado Community College system, Dawson Community College of Montana, Northwest Missouri State University, and Pickens Tech of Denver.
Through CCCOnline, you can now earn fully accredited Associate of Arts degrees, Associate of Applied Science Degrees and Certificates, in various disciplines. Colorado Community Colleges are accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (A Commission members of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools).
Online Learning Support
CCCOnline instructors often come from our partner institutions and are among the best instructors in the nation. So while you may be a student through one consortium college, your instructor may be from another college, and your classmates may be from yet other colleges. This allows you to experience a wide range of diverse opinions and experiences and greatly enhances your learning environment.
In addition to providing high quality transferable liberal arts and academics courses, Colorado's Community Colleges excel at providing local workforce development, career education and a myriad of lifelong learning opportunities.
Colorado Community Colleges, and most consortium colleges, are accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools; Dawson is accredited by the Northwest Association of Colleges and Schools.
How to Apply
CCCOnline hosts courses for 13 separate partner colleges. You must apply and be accepted to one of these colleges Ė that college then becomes your Home College where you will pay your tuition to and where your records (transcripts, grades, etc.) will be kept.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition must be paid to your Home College. CCCOnline does not collect tuition and has no access to your account information. If you have any questions or concerns regarding tuition you should contact the Cashier/Business Office at your Home College if you have any questions or concerns regarding tuition. After that, go to the Application Support page to complete the application process. Once your application has been processed and you have received confirmation with a Student ID (which may take 1-2 business days) then it is time to register for your CCCOnline course(s).
Financial Aid services are also provided by your Home College.