In person classes will be offered Fall 2021 Semester
No on campus requirement.
This is an online course that meets at a set time each week.
Combination of face to face and online class sessions.
Synchronous and Asynchronous online classes:
A synchronous online class meets at a set time each week in the same way an in-person class would. In contrast, an “asynchronous online class” is one in which students access course materials at a time of their choosing and are not required to interact with one another (or the instructor) at set times.
U.S. Department of Education is allowing borrowers to request administrative forbearance to temporarily stop making federal student-loan payments for 60 days without becoming delinquent. Borrowers must contact their loan servicer to request this forbearance.
Contact information: www.StudentAid.gov/login or call the Federal Student Aid system at 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243); TTY: 1-800-730-8913.
As of March 13, the DoE plans to waive all interest on Federal Direct Loans, Federal Perkins Loans and Federal Family Education Loans held by the Department of Education. Interest rates will automatically be adjusted, and no action is required by borrowers.
The Roadrunner Food Pantry is closed at this time; however, we are still here to support you. We understand this is an uncertain time. If you are in need of food assistance or other resources, please contact the Student Care Center to discuss your needs by calling 303-615-0006, emailing [email protected]or filing a CARE Referral so that a case manager can follow up with you.
You can connect with 2-1-1 (web-based resources, virtual live-chat or dial 2-1-1 by phone) for additional food resources in your home county, while Hunger Free Colorado is also maintaining an updated list of local community food pantries and K-12 school-based meal programs. Visit hungerfreecolorado.org/covid-19 or call the Food Resource Hotline (855-855-4626), weekdays from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., where bilingual staff are also available to assist.
If you are not able to pay your bills you may be eligible for the Student Emergency Retention Fund. Review the qualifications to receive a stipend, fill out the application, and a case manager from the Student Care Center will follow up to discuss your situation.
Please note we are dispersing funds as funds are available for individuals whose situation meets the fund guidelines. If you would like to discuss your circumstances, please contact the Student Care Center by calling 303-615-0006, emailing [email protected] or filing a CARE Referral
You can connect with 2-1-1 (web-based resources, virtual live-chat or dial 2-1-1 by phone) to discuss available options in your area as well.
Student Care Center
The Student Care Center is here to support you. If you would like to discuss your circumstances, please contact the Student Care Center by calling 303-615-0006, emailing [email protected] or filing a CARE Referral so that a case manager can follow up with you.