Starting Your Admission To Emily Griffith Techincal College


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.

1: Get started and apply now!

  • Submit your FREE 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
      • If you have official transcripts, test scores or diploma upload them with 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.

2: Program Readiness

If you do not have official transcripts, test scores or a high school diploma that is less than 5 years old, you will need to demonstrate program-specific proficiency in reading and/or math. For more information about program-specific academic requirements visit the Meeting Program Requirements page.

All health programs require the student to complete a background check, drug screening and obtain several vaccinations before they can be placed at a clinical site.  Clinical internships are a requirement for successful completion of their program.  Students will need a valid social security number for the background check to be processed. Inability to provide a valid social security number  may result in a clinical facility’s refusal to accept a student for placement. Please see  for more details. Click here for a full list of disqualifying offenses.

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. To learn more about applying for scholarships, click here

4: Register for Class

After you have submitted your application and successfully met program requirements, your Career Navigator will send a link to submit an online registration request form. If you have submitted an application, but have not yet received a message about registration, reach out to your Career Navigator. 

  • You must complete ALL admissions steps to be eligible to submit a registration request. Your Career Navigator will notify you of any missing information. Once all admissions information has been received, you will need to submit a new registration request.
  • You will be registered for your requested program on a first-come, first-serve basis. If your requested program is full, you will be placed on a waitlist and your Navigator will let you know.
  • After you are registered, your Career Navigator will email you a copy of your schedule, program checklist and payment information.

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.

5: Payment

Please make payment within 10 days of registration. 

6:  Complete Orientation

  • Watch both videos and complete the quiz

7: Purchase Books and Supplies

Review the program checklist to see what you need for your first day of class. Ask your Navigator if you need assistance.