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    Taxonomy Code: HD-6000.1500

    Public postsecondary educational institutions, commonly organized into two-year programs, which offer instruction that has been adapted in content, level and schedule to meet the needs of the community in which they are located. Community colleges (also known as junior colleges) generally offer a comprehensive curriculum which includes basic liberal arts and sciences with transfer, occupational, general education and adult education components. The program awards an Associates in Arts (A.A.) certificate to those who successfully complete the requirements.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Adult Basic Education (Bennett) - Morgan Community CollegeProvides education programs for students seeking enhancement of life skills, academic skills, or greater proficiency in the English language. Morgan CountyAdult Basic Education (Morgan Community College)Adult Basic Education (Morgan Community College)
    Adult Basic Education (Burlington) - Morgan Community CollegeProvides education programs for students seeking enhancement of life skills, academic skills, or greater proficiency in the English language. Classes are also offered in Brush, Burlington, Hugo and Limon.Morgan CountyAdult Basic Education (Morgan Community College)Adult Basic Education (Morgan Community College)
    Adult Basic Education (Fort Morgan) - Morgan Community CollegeProvides education programs for students seeking enhancement of life skills, academic skills, or greater proficiency in the English language. Morgan CountyAdult Basic Education (Morgan Community College)Adult Basic Education (Morgan Community College)
    Adult Basic Education (Limon) - Morgan Community CollegeProvides education programs for students seeking enhancement of life skills, academic skills, or greater proficiency in the English language. Morgan CountyAdult Basic Education (Morgan Community College)Adult Basic Education (Morgan Community College)
    Adult Basic Education (Wray) - Morgan Community CollegeProvides education programs for students seeking enhancement of life skills, academic skills, or greater proficiency in the English language. Morgan CountyAdult Basic Education (Morgan Community College)Adult Basic Education (Morgan Community College)
    Assessment Prep / Aims Community CollegeThe Adult Education Resource Center (AERC) located on the Greeley campus offers assessment preparation to students who seek instruction and tutoring for GED and college placement testing (Accuplacer). Weld CountyAims Community CollegeAims Community College
    BUENO HEP (GED) Program / Aims Community CollegeThe University of Colorado at Boulder, School of Education (BUENO programs) and Aims Community College (Continuing Education) in Fort Lupton are in collaboration of a federally funded grant program known as HEP (high school equivalency program). In 2008, the School of Education and the BUENO Center for Multicultural Education was granted five years of funding to develop and implement the BUENO High School Equivalency Program (BUENO HEP) for migrant and seasonal farm workers who work and reside in the Arkansas Valley, the San Luis Valley or in the Platte River Valley. The BUENO-HEP site at Aims Community College is currently a program that provides: GED official tests, practice tests, GED classes (taught bilingually in English and Spanish), tutoring, and other services. These services are free if you qualify for the program. Weld CountyAims Community CollegeAims Community College
    Community College (Fort Collins) - Front Range Community College (Larimer County)Offers a two year Community College with a wide variety of academic programs and certificates. Also offers online learning, continuing education, corporate training and more. Larimer CountyFort Collins - Front Range Community College (Larimer County)Front Range Community College (Larimer County)
    Community College (Loveland) - Aims Community CollegeOffers a comprehensive community college where individuals may obtain college credit through day, evening, and online (AA) classes, non-credit classes and specialized training for business and industry. Also offers open admissions, and GED programs and testing.Larimer CountyLoveland - Aims Community CollegeAims Community College
    Concurrent Enrollment / Aims Community CollegeConcurrent Enrollment is a program allowing high school students the opportunity to simultaneously earn credit toward a college degree or certificate. It also counts as credit toward a high school diploma. Our college classes are offered on the college campus, online and at participating high schools. You need to be approved through their high school counselor. Classes are part of the student's permanent college transcript.Weld CountyAims Community CollegeAims Community College
    Craig Campus - Colorado Northwestern Community CollegeOffers educational assistance such as: - College placement testing and advising - GED pre-assessment and testing - Practice tests and preparation - College prep classes in basic math, reading, and writing - Tutoring - Distance learning materials - ESL ServicesMoffat CountyColorado Northwestern Community CollegeColorado Northwestern Community College
    ESL & IELP / Aims Community CollegeAims Community College is committed to its diverse population and welcomes all students interested in beginning or continuing their educational goals. ESL/IELP courses are one of many pathways to college programs and professions. It provides adults with access to their community college while enabling students to practice and improve their English skills. Weld CountyAims Community CollegeAims Community College
    GED Preparation and Testing (Fort Lupton) / Aims Community CollegeOffers the GED pre-test that shows which areas students need to study for, classes and study materials to prepare for the GED tests, and administration of the GED tests. Students determine, with the help of the Aims staff, which of the services they use. Weld CountyAims Community CollegeAims Community College
    GED Preparation & Testing / Aims Community CollegeGED Test Preparation: Preparation for the GED Tests is extremely important if you want to earn passing scores. The Adult Basic Education Resource Center (ABERC) at Aims Community College provides literacy instruction and preparation for the GED® Test. The ABERC offers comprehensive assessment and one-on-one or small group instruction in basic skills, including reading, writing, and math. Weld CountyAims Community CollegeAims Community College
    Rangely Campus - Colorado Northwestern Community CollegeOffers educational assistance such as: - College placement testing and advising - GED pre-assessment - Practice tests and preparation - College prep classes in basic math, reading, and writing - Tutoring - Distance learning materials Rio Blanco CountyColorado Northwestern Community CollegeColorado Northwestern Community College
    Veteran Services / Aims Community CollegeOffers counseling on educational benefits, career development, and referrals to Aims and other community services to veterans, active military, and their dependents.Weld CountyAims Community CollegeAims Community College

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