The Academic Advancement Center (A Student Support Services Program) has served over 6,500 students on the CSU campus since its arrival on campus in 1978. The Center is funded by a primary grant from the U.S. Department Education, with additional funds for operations, tutoring, and for direct grants to students from the University. A grant from FirstBank Community Fund of Colorado also allows for enrichment of programs.
As one of the 946 federally-funded
Student Support Services programs in the nation, our mission is to help low-income, first-generation college students, foster youth, and students with disabilities to stay in college until they earn their baccalaureate degrees.
Watch this short video
about where your CSU tuition dollars go.
For CSU Campus Partners: Use this Campus Referral Form for referring a student to the Academic Advancement Center.
First Generation College Student Stories..... watch stories and make your own!
Follow this link http://www.imfirst.org/landing/ to go to the I'm First Website (Center for Student Opportunity) which has stories of First Generation College Students..... including what they have learned about academic success and being the first person in their family to graduate from college.
You can create your own story on the website too!
Find the AAC on Facebook!
Did you know the AAC has a Facebook group? We do and we want you to join it! Our Facebook page is great way to find out what's going on in the AAC (workshops, programs, etc.), as well as a great place to get important CSU reminders and connect with other AAC participants.