Updates for classes continuing in the fall Read More
Thank you for your patience over the last few months as we’ve had to adjust our classes in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Some of our programs from the 2019-2020 academic year have extended to the 2020-2021 academic year. You can view your schedule for classes beginning in August 2020 through your student hub.
Please note: Schedules and on-campus times may shift if the CDC, CDPHE, DPS, or CDHE change guidelines.
If you are on a payment plan, please continue to make payments as scheduled. If you’d like to discuss options for extending your payment plan, email email@example.com.
If your financial aid is impacted by the schedule changes, the Financial Aid department will notify you via email.
Learn more about how we are offering safe classes this fall here.
Our response to current protests Read More
The current state of our world and nation are in an uproar. We are all struggling to process yet another tragic death of another African American man by the hands of our law enforcement. We mourn George Floyd and all that he represents in this time of unrest and uprising. As facets unfold in Denver, we want you to know we are here for you.
We need to be here for one another as we process through these events. We need to be open and able to have challenging conversations with each other, so we can navigate this together and seek the necessary change.
We cannot ignore the systemic fear and social constructions that led to this tragedy. It is important for us to recognize, acknowledge, understand and seek to propel change forward. We all deserve to live in a world where biases are pushed away and our diversity is embraced. We are all responsible for pushing the negativity aside and leading with understanding for one another. This is our time for massive change and growth, and we will navigate this together.
At Emily Griffith, and alongside Denver Public Schools, we will continue to be a safe and welcoming space for all who wish to learn. Our staff, faculty and students deserve to be in an environment where everyone is treated with dignity and respect. We do not discriminate for any reason and we value your color, culture, origin, ancestry, class, career, religion, gender, orientation, marital status, veteran status, age or disability.
As a college, we are saddened by these events, cognizant of the injustice, and are reaffirming our commitment to breaking down biases, inequalities and inequities.
Please continue to treat one another with respect and compassion. Seek to understand. Always stand up for what is right, filling in the gap when someone cannot stand up for themselves.
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