Begin Your Admissions Process
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 race or education level, who want to expand their horizons and chart their own course for success.
Your first move towards your learning goal or degree is exciting, and we are here to support you every step of the way. Our Career Navigators can assist you in making informed academic decisions and selections. They can also direct you to additional support systems and resources.
Step 1: Get started and apply now!
- Submit your online Admissions Application.
- Information you may need for your application:
- Social security number
- Colorado Driver’s License or Colorado ID Card information
- If you are under 23, you may need some information from a parent or guardian
- Information you may need for your application:
- Need help? Contact Admissions at 720-423-4700.
NOTE: 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 the Student Success Orientation
- Watch the video.
Step 3: Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships
We want to help you minimize the cost of classes. The FAFSA is your gateway to state and federal grants, scholarships, and work-study funds. For Career and Technical Education students, to qualify for Federal and State aid, you will need to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
The Federal school code for Emily Griffith is 005596. To schedule a virtual appointment for help with your FAFSA, call the Educational Opportunity Center at 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: Program Readiness
To start a Career and Technical Education program, you will need to demonstrate a minimum proficiency in reading and, for some programs, mastery of foundational math concepts necessary for success in the industry. Visit the Meeting Program Requirements page and confirm your program’s academic requirements. Please submit your unofficial transcripts, test scores or diploma via the application. If you complete an approved EdReady Learning Pathway, forward your confirmation email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and date of birth (mm/dd/yy).
Step 5: Register for Class
After you have submitted your application and successfully met program requirements, you should receive a message letting you know that you are eligible to register for classes. If you have submitted an application, but have not yet received a message about registration, reach out to your career navigator.
If you have not yet completed an application, you can do that here.
Once you are ready to register for classes, please follow these instructions to sign up for class:
- Log into the student hub and submit your registration request. You will need to use your Student ID number as your username.
- Please change your password under password management.
- After logging in, click on the Student Tab (Located at the top left side of the page)
- You will see Registration Request in the menu. Click this link and select the course that you would like to take. There may be multiple course options available but you only need to select one. Click the plus sign next to each option to see more information about the course.
- Click the submit button.
- Once you have submitted your request, your Career Navigator will review the request and let you know once you have been registered for the course.
If you have any questions or need assistance with the registration process, please reach out to your career navigator or call us at 720-423-4700.
Step 6: Payment
Please make arrangements to make payment within 10 days of registration. The following payment options are available for your convenience.
- In person at the Treasurer’s Office
Forms of payment include cash, checks ,Visa, MasterCard and Discover, and American Express (online only)
Step 7: Program Checklist
- Review your program checklist with your career coach. Program checklists can be accessed on the web page for your program and through your navigator.
Step 8: Purchase Books and Supplies
Please check your schedule to determine if books are not included in the program tuition and fees. Purchase books at EmilyGriffith.Textbookx.com. If you have excess financial aid that you would like to use to purchase textbooks, please visit the Treasurer’s Office to request a voucher to complete the purchasing process.
Step 9: Plan Your Childcare, Transportation and Parking
The Student Success Center is here to help you navigate the necessary resources for childcare, transportation, and parking. Contact the Student Success Center (SSC) for more information. For community childcare assistance, call at 720-423-4889 or email@example.com.
- Purchase an income-based RTD bus pass here.
- Get information about public transit and parking information here.
Step 10: Attend Your First Class
Moodle is Emily Griffith’s online learning platform. It will be your go-to for everything from course materials and online classes to announcements and your Student Handbook. Remember, your navigator and career coach are always available throughout your journey at Emily Griffith.
- Access course materials in Moodle at 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.