Admission to Emily Griffith Technical College Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs takes 10 steps. CTE programs include classes within the College of Creative Arts and Design, the College of Health Sciences and Administration, and the College of Trades and Professional Studies.
While we are offering virtual classes and working remotely, here are our updated Admission Steps.
For non-CTE program admissions information, click here to select your program of interest. (Apprenticeship, Continuing Education, English Classes, GED Preparation, and Quick Starts)
Step 1: Apply
Submit the free online Admissions Application for Career and Technical Education Programs.
Information you will need to complete your application:
- Your state ID or Driver's license
- If you are under 23 and have been not married for a year or more, you are required to provide your parents' or legal guardians' information
Undecided on your program?
- Click here to take a 10-minute Interest Inventory Survey. Print your results and email Careers@emilygriffith.edu to schedule an appointment with Career Services to discuss your options.
NOTE: Although the application is free, CTE classes are tuition based and there is a cost to take the classes. Legal documentation is required for a name change (i.e. driver’s license, marriage certificate, divorce decree, SSN card, Military ID, passport, or court order).
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) helps protect the privacy of student education records. Students must submit an Authorization for Release of Records in order to give someone outside the college access to their educational records or accounts.
Step 2: Complete New Student Orientation
Watch the videos and view the presentation below. Then complete the Orientation / Clery Act Training Questionnaire.
Please view this presentation about how to react during emergency situations.
Now that you've watched the videos and viewed the presentation, please complete the Orientation / Clery Act Training Questionnaire.
Step 3: Apply for Financial Aid or Scholarships
We want to help you minimize the cost of classes. To qualify for Federal and State aid, you will need to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Emily Griffith also supports students with Institutional Funds. The Federal school code for Emily Griffith is 005596. To schedule a virtual appointment for help with your FAFSA, call 303-352-8746. The FAFSA is only applicable for our Financial Aid eligible programs. Click here for more information on applying for scholarships.
Step 4: Demonstrate Program Readiness
Options to demonstrate your program readiness are available on our Testing Center page. Options include previous tests such as the SAT, ACT, CASAS, and TABE; transcripts from your high school; proof of an associate's, bachelor's or master's degree; and transcripts from college courses. You can also demonstrate your program readiness through our EdReady Learning Pathways.
After submitting an admissions application, you may email documentation of your assessment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 5: Submit a Registration Request Form
Once you have met your program requirements, you will recieve a link to the Registration Request Form. Your program advisor will process your request and email you a copy of your student schedule and program checklist. Please communicate any questions or needs to your advisor. They will assist you and connect you with resources throughout your program.
Step 6: Pay for Classes
Pay online using the Student Portal, or email email@example.com. The initial payment deadline for 20-21 Career and Technical education programs is Wednesday, July 29th. Students are advised to wait to setup a payment plan until their financial aid is awarded or by this deadline (whichever comes first).
Registrations made within 10 business days of this deadline, on this deadline, and after this deadline will be subject to the standard payment arrangement deadline of 10 business days (same day payment is required for Nurse Assisting and Phlebotomy).
Step 7: Review and complete your Program Checklist
Program checklists are available from your advisor and on the webpage for your program.
Step 8: Buy Books and Supplies
Books that are not included in program tuition and fees are listed on your program checklist. You can see the book list and buy books online at www.EmilyGriffith.Textbookx.com. If you have excess financial aid that you would like to use to purchase textbooks, please contact the Treasurer's Office to request a financial aid book voucher at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 9: Plan Your Childcare, Transportation, and Parking
For help connecting with community childcare assistance, contact the Student Success Center (SSC) at 720-423-4889 or email@example.com. To purchase an income-based RTD bus pass click here. For nearby public transit and parking information, click here.
Step 10: Go to Class!
You can access virtual course materials in Moodle at https://moodle.emilygriffith.edu. Your username is your student ID number and your password is our student portal password (both are included on your student schedule). Classes are inactive in Moodle until the class start date. You must have confirmed payment arrangements to attend class and/or access course materials online.
Emily Griffith Technical College is an open admission institution; this allows for all who wish to learn to attend. We welcome all people, regardless of age, race or education level, who want to expand their horizons and chart their own course for success. Most Emily Griffith programs require a minimum level of reading and math ability, which varies depending on the program. Emily Griffith Technical College uses the TABE test to assess reading and math scores, and scores are valid for one year after test date. Students who do not meet the minimum entry score requirement may re-test after a two-week study period for a fee of $15. Students who are two or more levels below the required score for their program in reading may be able to take a remedial course.
Emily Griffith Technical College reserves the right to refuse readmission to any applicant who has an unacceptable academic or conduct record. Individuals with financial obligations to the college must resolve these obligations before they will be allowed to register for classes.
In-state tuition is based on the information you provide on your application. To be eligible for in-state tuition, applicants (or parents of applicants under 23) must show physical presence with intent to create domicile in Colorado for at least 12 months before the first day of the semester.
For applicants not meeting this criterion, non-resident tuition is computed at $2.50 additional per clock hour. Non-immigrant aliens who are residing in Colorado for purposes other than education may qualify for in-state status after one year of Colorado residence. Non-immigrants in the following categories cannot qualify for in-state tuition: F1, F2, H3, H4, (if the visa holder is the spouse of an H3), J1 and J2, (if the J1 visa holder is a student or trainee), M1 and M2. Applicants who are lawful permanent residents or who are admitted as refugees are eligible to establish domicile for tuition purposes.
Any applicant who has been classified as a non-resident, and believes he/she can qualify as a resident may complete the Petition for In-state Residency form in the Admissions office.
Applicants applying for in-state tuition under ASSET may receive an application at the Welcome Desk.
ASSET Bill - In-state tuition application and FAQs: