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Fall 2020 Update to Students

Email sent to all ACC students on Monday, August 3, 2020 by Dr. Lisa Matye Edwards, Vice President of Student Affairs

Hello ACC Community –

It has been quite the ride since March and now it is August! Thank you for your patience and questions as ACC makes plans for our Fall 2020 academic term. Welcome back to our continuing students and to our new students joining ACC – Welcome! We are excited you chose ACC for your academic and career goals. 

Our goal is to continue to keep you updated with regular communications about Fall 2020. Please continue to monitor the ACC Webpage and your student email for the latest updates. I am including some important updates in this email – please do not hesitate to reach out with questions!

FALL 2020 Important Information

  • Parking passes will not be needed for Fall 2020.  You will not have to purchase a parking pass and may park in ACC lots without one. Please remember to park in ACC lots (parking and building maps can be found here). Street parking is not controlled by ACC and may result in City of Littleton tickets if you do not follow the signage on the streets.
  • Please remember to check HOW your class will be offered for fall. Any class with a building, room number will have on-campus, in person meetings. Please visit the ACC Fall 2020 website for more details on how fall courses will meet.
  • You must wear a CDC approved face covering and bring your ACC ID if you come to any campus. Please review ACC’s Wellbeing and Safety for more details. Lanyards will be available for free at all campuses to make it easy to display your ACC ID.
    1. (1) If you do not currently have an ACC ID and are scheduled for classes that will require you to be on campus, please complete the Permanent Student ID Request Form available here. Student IDs will be printed and mailed within two weeks.

      If you wish to get your student ID in-person, you may do so starting August 10 at Records & Enrollment Services, 2nd floor on the Littleton campus or at the front desk at Parker or Sturm Collaboration Campus. Art & Design students – please watch your email for instruction specific to that building. Please note, in order to maintain prior social distancing and your safety, getting a student ID on campus may take longer than usual.  Please plan ahead if you intend to come to campus for a student ID. 

    2. (2) If you do not have a mask or CDC approved face covering, we will have a limited supply available at no cost to students at the front doors. If you feel you cannot wear a mask/face covering, please contact ACC disability [dot] access [at] arapahoe [dot] edu (subject: Mask-Face-Covering-Accommodation-Request) (Disability Access Services) to explore accommodation options.
  • Have you done your FAFSA? If you have graduated from high school, you should complete a FAFSA. Do NOT leave money on the table – you might be surprised at what grants and other free federal aid are available to you.  It is not too late – and there is free assistance in completing the form (including in Spanish). Visit the Financial Aid website for more details.


AUGUST 10th until AUGUST 21st
Starting August 10, limited in person services will be available at all three ACC campuses from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday – Friday.  However – we are all still safer at home AND ALL ACC services are available virtually, so there is no need to come to campus.  If you do need to meet in person, please plan to make an appointment utilizing Navigate or call ahead, as that will allow us to serve you best without additional waiting.  You need to follow all safety guidelines to be on campus, so please review prior to your arrival.

All services are still available remotely, Monday thru Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Art & Design Welcome Center (East S. Prince entrance): – Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Littleton Main Building North Door:  Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Parker Campus:  Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sturm Collaboration Campus:  Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The ACC Bookstore has options including in person, limited contact pick up and ship to home options.  We also have created Step by Step How to Order information to assist students in finding and ordering the books or supplies you need for your class.

The Fitness Center at Littleton is open starting August 10 to enrolled students.  Appointments are REQUIRED. Please visit the Fitness Center webpage for hours and how to make an appointment.
Download the Navigate app in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store for on the go appointment scheduling and other resources.

Fall 2020 Classes Start August 24th

Again – please check to see when, how or where your classes will meet.  Parker? Littleton? Sturm Collaboration Campus or Art & Design? Is your class meeting in person .  . . or will it meet remotely or virtually?  All services are available virtually to help all of us stay safe and comply with state requirements for colleges. 

As of August 24th, you will need to:

  1. have an ACC ID to be on campus
  2. wear a CDC approved face covering, and
  3. assess your health prior to coming to campusGuidelines are posted online

You should only come to a campus in person if necessary for a class or one of the following services:

  • Open Computer Labs will be available.  Please visit Navigate to schedule your time in the lab for any of ACC Computer Lab locations.
  • The Library and Learning Commons services are both virtual and open for you to visit in person between classes.  No appointment needed. 
  • The Fitness Center at Littleton will be open by appointment for Fall 2020.
  • Calculator Rental is available.  You can pay for your calculator rental online by completing the online rental form in myACC on the Student Finance page and choose Pay with Credit Card: Optional Purchases. To arrange pick up, contact the Math Support Center.
  • ACC’s Spirit Shop & Espresso Yourself Café plans to be open for grab & go food and supplies.  Hours are posted on the website.  Sturm Collaboration Campus students – watch for information about services via Crowfoot Coffee.
    • *No microwaves are available on campus in accordance with Colorado Department of Public Health.  Please plan accordingly.

Thank you for helping us all stay safe so that we at ACC may help you continue to make progress on your academic and career goals.  Please know that we will keep you updated if our plans have to change for any reason.  Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns.  You may also join ACC staff on one of the many Zoom sessions we have to answer your Fall 2020 questions.

Thanks ACC Pumas!

Lisa Matye Edwards
Vice President of Student Affairs
Arapahoe Community College
Questions?  Text or call me at 720-584-1068