Community College of Aurora Colorado Re-entry Programs and Services
Community College of Aurora is committed to assisting justice involved individuals achieve their educational goals and transition back into society. As a two-year institution, the college does not discriminate against those with criminal records. Individuals can pursue certificate granting programs and Associate Degrees at Community College of Aurora, as well as transfer earned credits to most accredited public universities. The cost of tuition is affordable to ensure that all community members have access to a quality education. For those with educational gaps, the college offers adult courses to develop the necessary background for a successful college career. In addition to coursework, Community College of Aurora collaborates with local organizations focused on the needs of formerly incarcerated individuals during their return to the community. Reentry programs and resources are linked through the college website, and advisors on campus can assist formerly incarcerated individuals with connecting to relevant resources based on individual needs.
Norfolk Prison Reentry provides assistance with finding employment or getting vocational training, assessment and referrals, Case management, Job readiness classes, Job coaching, Resume development and Workshops.