The scholarship search and application process is tailored to each student's academic and co-curricular interests and future post-graduate goals. The advising team is here to guide students through the financial aid and scholarship process and have listed a number of college search, scholarship, and financial aid resources below to help students with the application process.
We want to help you reach your goals. Please contact your advisor if you have any questions!
In addition to providing high quality transferable liberal arts and academics courses, Colorado's Community Colleges excel at providing local workforce development, career education and a myriad of lifelong learning opportunities.
The College Opportunity Fund (COF), created by the Colorado Legislature, provides a stipend to eligible undergraduate students. The stipend pays a portion of your total in-state tuition when you attend a Colorado public institution or a participating private institution. Students only need to apply for COF once but they must authorize their COF funding every semester.
Learn more about your college options in Colorado, scholarships and financial aid, and research career interests.
When you need information about the school you're considering attending, tips and strategies for test prep, help with preparing your student loans, researching universities, or just want information on what college life is like, Peterson's is your final stop.
College Board serves over 6,000 educational institutions through major programs and services in college readiness, college admission, guidance, assessment, financial aid, enrollment, and teaching and learning. Among its best-known programs are the SAT®, the PSAT/NMSQT® and the Advanced Placement Program® (AP®).
GoCollege.com is one of the oldest and most trusted resources to guide students on how to finance and succeed in college. For easier navigation of the site, the materials are divided into four major categories that most students experience when getting into college.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is an organization which governs Division I and Division II athletic programs. All interested student athletes must register with the Eligibility Center and become NCAA eligible before participating in collegiate athletics.
College Planning Night
The Advising Department hosts an annual College Planning Night for CECP students beginning the college application process. The most recent parent night presentation can be found below but students and families receive the most up-to-date information through the weekly newsletters.