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If you are ready to propel your career forward, you are in the right place. Programs in the College of Aerospace, Computing, Engineering, and Design are designed to prepare students for innovation and problem-solving, providing advanced expertise across technological disciplines. The college engages with industry partners, provides students with meaningful experiences in the field and prepares the state’s most diverse student body in the pursuit of postgraduate degrees and lifelong learning.
Start your application today by visiting the Office of Admission’s webpage. We look forward to helping you reach your goals and are here to help you every step of the way.Apply Now
We recommend you make an appointment to see your advisor to develop your plan for next semester.
If you need advising for your degree plan, please contact our advising office at 303-615-1099, or [email protected].
Make sure all holds are cleared from your account prior to registration:
Special Note, General Studies Holds: All students following the catalog year Fall 2012 and later are required to complete the Written Communication (ENG 1010 or 1009); Quantitative Literacy, and Oral Communication requirements in the first 30-college level credits and ENG 1020 by 45-credit hours. Students who do not meet these requirements will begin to have registration holds applied to their accounts, which can be removed after students review the policy. If you have questions regarding these holds or policies, please contact our advising office.
Consider meeting with a tutor in the Tutoring Center. The Tutoring Center has tutors available for many general studies courses, as well as some of our major Introductory courses in Professional Studies. In addition, the tutoring center has tutors available to help students prepare for accuplacer tests, such as math. To find out what tutoring is available, visit their website by clicking here.
Don’t miss out on funding that belongs to you! Authorize your Colorado Opportunity Fund (COF) today.
The College Opportunity Fund provides eligible undergraduate students with a stipend that pays for a portion of in-state tuition. If you’re a resident of Colorado, you must apply for COF.
I’m enjoying my second act as Director of the Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Institute helping students acquire real-world learning through state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment, and collaborations with industry partners enabling them to achieve their own career and life success.
Lockheed Martin Endowed Director, Advanced Manufacturing Sciences Institute
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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