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The College offers programming in professions that apply science to practical applications for the betterment of society. As part of our mission, we seek to collaborate with community partners to ensure we are preparing students to develop the necessary knowledge and skills to contribute as professionals and leaders in the field.
Our graduates are the future engineers, designers, computer scientists, and manufacturers in Denver and the state. We want students to apply their skills in their chosen profession while they are students. And, we invite you to join us in preparing and supporting our students, your future employees and colleagues.
CACED offers many events and activities throughout the year. Check back soon to see our upcoming Fall events.
The College has over 100 industry partners. These industry partners are critical for our programs to remain relevant for employers as well as for mentorship, internships, and employment opportunities for our students and graduates.
If you or your organization are interested in partnering with the College or one of its departments, please email us at [email protected] with the message line: Partnerships
Several of our departments have committees or boards comprised of leaders and experts in their respective fields. We appreciate the contribution these community members make to support our students and programming. Check out 3 departments with established advisory boards below.
There a variety of ways to become involved with the College and impact the life of a student. One way to offer your support is through a financial donation. We have multiple programs to which you can donate.
We are happy to talk with you about these opportunities and more if you’d like additional information. Please email [email protected] with your contact information and the message line: GIVE
We appreciate your support and the difference you are making for our students!
Our student population is hard working and goal-oriented, with adult lives and responsibilities. As many are first generation college students from working class backgrounds, they deeply benefit from financial support, support that can make a difference in whether they can stay in school and how long they take to earn a degree.
The College has a number of study abroad opportunities for students. Students are able to travel to other countries to learn about their profession in that country, participate in a variety of hands-on experiences, and see the unique perspectives and advancements that help them understand their field from a larger perspective.
Study abroad programs have demonstrated value in boosting student retention and academic success, broadening students’ understanding of the uses of and advances in a wide range of technologies.
By contributing to one of the study abroad programs, you will be facilitating a transformative learning experience for students!
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Aerospace and Engineering Sciences Building 405
College of Aerospace, Computing, Engineering, and Design (CACED)
Campus Box 30B
P.O. Box 173362
Denver, CO 80217-3362