Semester Information

Your Life Has Changed, But Your Goals Don’t Have To

We continue to monitor the local, state and national guidance on COVID-19 and as you know, we are not out of the woods yet. As much as we would all love to be back on campus, we are keeping the safety of our students, faculty and staff as our top priority. 

Therefore, the spring semester will look very much the same as the fall semester looks now in terms of instructional course delivery and remote student success services. Even though the Spring 2021 semester has started, we still have courses available!  Check out the list of courses that have not started yet. 

For specific hours and information on how departments are operating for the Spring 2021 semester, click on the links below.   Many departments offer remote appointments. Watch this short video on how to schedule an appointment in Navigate  or click here for step-by-step directions.  

   Academic Advising


 Cashier's Office

Financial Aid

Food Bank

The Learning Commons (Tutoring)


 Student Life ID procedure

Student Records

Student Success Services

Wi-Fi access points are now available in designated RRCC parking lots. This is a service so students can connect to devices from their cars to log on to D2L and complete coursework and submit assignments.

Check out the Wi-Fi access map on where to park next to specific Arvada/Lakewood buildings and instructions on how to access the student wireless network. For wireless assistance, contact or call 303.914.6677.  For D2L/The Rock technical support, Live Chat or call 1.888.800.9198.

Questions about the information below?

We are available at 303-914-6600 or you can schedule an appointment with a Pathway Advisor for help with your schedule. Watch this short video on how to schedule an appointment in Navigate or click here for step-by-step directions.    

The Deans, Department Chairs, and Instructors are assessing our course delivery effectiveness and best practices and making appropriate adjustments. 

Spring 2021 classes will be offered in one of the following three formats:

Class Format:

Class Delivery:




Online with a schedule.  No on-campus presence.  Instructors and students log-in on specific days and times for class

Course Location RDL REMOTE

On-campus tuition rate


Some on-campus presence and some online presence

Course Location RDL REMOTE or RDL RRCCONLINE WITH specific day, time, date range, and classroom number if meeting on campus

If meeting virtually, a day and time is listed

On-campus tuition rate


No on-campus presence or need to be available on a specific day or time for class

Course Location either RDL RRCCONLINE or CCCONLINE

Online tuition rate

15-week full-term classes begin Monday, January 19th. See important dates or Search for classes online here.

During the 2020-21 academic year, some or all of the instructional formats may change due to an emergency situation affecting college operations, public safety, or public health, including the COVID-19 pandemic. Tuition and fees are charged at the beginning of the semester and will remain in place regardless of any changes in instructional format. Tuition and fees will not be refunded in the event the curriculum delivery format changes for any part of the 2020-21 academic year.

Nervous about online and virtual instruction? The following websites have great information for online instruction. 

Will classes be more expensive since they are mainly online?

Students taking the remote and hybrid courses will pay the on-campus rate for tuition. The online courses labeled RRCCOnline or CCCOnline will be the only courses that pay the online tuition rate. Click here for full details on tuition and fees. Payment Plans are available, and you may qualify for Financial Aid.

 The Recreation Center Bond/Operating Fees along with the parking fee will not be charged for remote and hybrid classes in the Spring 2021 semester.  This is a savings of up to $135.86 for the term.

Compare tuition rates with 4-year institutions. 

Based on 2020/2021 tuition rates for 15 credits: 


On-Campus rates with COF

Online rates with COF

Colorado School of Mines



CU Boulder



Colorado State University



University of Northern Colorado



CU Denver










What student support services will be offered?

We will continue to provide all services remotely. The following departments are taking virtual appointments. Watch this short video on how to schedule an appointment in Navigate or click here for step-by-step directions.    

Not a student yet? Next steps?

Apply now to become an RRCC student. Have you already applied and need help with next steps? Schedule an appointment with an Admissions Navigator. Watch this short video on how to schedule an appointment in Navigate  or click here for step-by-step directions.  

Need help selecting classes? Not sure which format of classes is best for you? Schedule an appointment with your Pathway Advisor.

Business – Debora Stefani

Humanities, Social Sciences, & Education – Jeff Parker

Creative & Preforming Arts – Bryce Schneider

Outdoor Leadership & Emergency Services - Lauren Badger

Health Sciences – Dan Macy (Arvada Campus: 303-914-6011)

Manufacturing & Technical Trades (CTE) – Christy Richter

Computer Information Technology – Aileen Sanchez

Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM)– Jennifer Hadden

Specialized CTE Advisor- Rebecca Schutt

Electrical (EIC)
Plumbing (PLU)
Journalism (JOU)
Phlebotomy (HPR)
Photography (PHO)
Medical Assisting (MAP)
Medical Office Technology (MOT)
Multimedia Graphic Design (MGD)
Early Childhood Education (ECE)
Heating/Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)