Student Affairs


Student Affairs

The CCCS Student Affairs Division works collaboratively with the Student Affairs divisions at each of our 13 community colleges by providing strategic leadership, planning, and support for student success initiatives, strategic enrollment management, student financial aid programs, student enrollment services, student life and government programs, and other student development functions. The work of the Student Affairs Division is centered on ensuring the personal growth and success of all Colorado Community College System students, and on those strategic initiatives which focus on the improved efficiency, effectiveness, and excellence in advancing the mission of the System and its colleges. In prepare our students for the workforce needs of the future, the Student Affairs Division aims to improve innovation and equity in education through collaborative efforts within the System, other higher education institutions, the K-12 education community, and partnerships with Colorado workforce leaders.

System level support to the colleges includes:

  • Policy development, monitoring, analysis and evaluation
  • Service coordination and program oversight for greater efficiency and resource leveraging
  • Technical assistance and coordination
  • Strategic planning in the areas of equity and inclusion, enrollment management, student success, and student support services


2019 CCCS Student Affairs Conference

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We are excited to see everyone at the 2019 Student Affairs Conference at Pueblo Community College on Tuesday June 18, 2019.   In order to “Light the Path to Equity and Inclusion” student affairs professionals all need to be well rounded, exposed, knowledgeable and healthy.  The 2019 conference will provide our colleagues a day dedicated to development in each of these areas.  We are looking to leverage the collective brilliance within our ranks to assist in delivering a high quality and fun day of growth, networking, and information sharing.   Your time, talent, and resources are invaluable so we hope you will consider submitting and encouraging one of your colleagues to submit a proposal that focuses on or intersects with student success, equity and inclusion, wellness and stress management, and / or student affairs best practices.  We look forward to receiving your presentation proposals.  Thanks for your interest in sharing your expertise with us.

In your proposal document, please include:

  • Your full name
  • Title of proposal
  • Description that explains your topic’s connection to the conference theme
  • Abstract for the conference booklet
  • A brief biographical statement

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2018 CCCS Student Affairs Conference