Community College of Aurora
2016-17 DSF Student Success Requirements
Community College of Aurora is an official DSF Partner College that provides DSF Scholars with additional support on campus to help you be successful. DSF wants you to succeed as you pursue your education. To that end, students at CCA must meet certain Student Success Requirements to maintain scholarship eligibility. Please note Student Success Requirements may change from year to year. Please review this page for the most accurate information concerning your Student Success Requirements.
Denver Scholarship Foundation students at CCA are served though the Student Success Center (CentreTech Campus, S101). All DSF Scholars will enroll and participate in the TRiO Student Support Services or the Transfer Success Program within the Student Success Center. Both programs provide intrusive advising and require students to have knowledge of and utilize academic support resources available on campus. All DSF Scholars must connect with the DSF Campus Contact as soon as possible to determine which program they must enroll in.
Please click on the button below to download a PDF of the Student Success Requirements for 2016-2017, plus details on reaching your campus contact.
Requirements for New Students
All DSF Scholars who meet the eligibility criteria for TRiO Student Support Services must meet with their TRiO advisor a minimum of two times a semester by November 1 for fall and April 15 for spring.
All DSF Scholars who do not meet the eligibility criteria for TRiO will participate in the Transfer Success Program.
All DSF Scholars in the Transfer Success Program who are new to CCA and new to college must:
- Take AAA 101 – college success and transfer planning and preparation course in the fall semester.
- Meet with their advisor a minimum of two times by April 15 in the spring semester.
All DSF Scholars in the Transfer Success Program who are continuing at CCA or transferring to CCA must meet with their Transfer Success Program advisor a minimum of two times a semester, by November 1 for fall and April 15 for spring.