Frequently Asked Questions


CECFC offers a one-time laptop reimbursement to support student success in college coursework. Full-time students are eligible for 50% up to $250. Part-time students are eligible for 50% up to $125. Items eligible for reimbursement are a laptop or tablet (new or used; PC or Mac) and a case. 

For example:

  •    $200 laptop, including case purchase = $100 reimbursement
  •    $500 laptop, including case purchase = $250 reimbursement.
  • $1,000 laptop, including case purchase = $250 reimbursement

A student is eligible for a laptop reimbursement when they are enrolled in or have passed either ENG121 or MAT121 or above. The student must have funds remaining in his/her voucher in order to be reimbursed.  A parent may choose to purchase a laptop early and submit the receipt during the semester the student qualifies. Approved reimbursement funds will first be applied to any outstanding fees on the student's CECFC account. Any remaining balance will be provided in the format requested on the application. 


The deadline for submitting laptop reimbursement requests for the Fall semester is November 13, 2020.

Click HERE to access the Reimbursement Page.The online request form will be available beginning Tuesday, September 8, 2020. All reimbursement requests will be reviewed for eligibility. Checks will be mailed to eligible students beginning December 14, 2020.


Students must submit a Schedule Change Request form signed by both parent and student to their advisor within the add-drop period for classes held on campus at CECFC.
Off-campus class add/drop/withdrawals are the responsibility of the student through the college portals AND students must notify their advisor if a change to their off-campus classes has been made by submitting a new copy of their schedule.

The CECFC bookstore provides students with textbooks for high school and college classes. If you are a CECFC student taking an off-campus course and the required textbook is not in our bookstore, we offer a reimbursement program on specific dates at the end of each semester. This offer also applied to required online access code fees. Borrowing or renting your textbooks is preferred. Please take care of the books you are provided.  

Required + Borrow from CECFC = FREE
Required + Rented (or online access code) = Deadline to submit required documents (see below) is November 13, 2020
Required + Purchased = Deadline to submit receipts for early check pickup is November 13, 2020
Deadline to return books is December 16, 2020
  1. WHAT BOOKS/MATERIALS ARE REQUIRED? To determine the books required for your courses, navigate to the bookstore website of the college you are taking classes from.  Enter the term, the course prefix, and the course number/section of the courses you are taking (e.g. Fall 2018 ENG 121-602).  You can enter multiple courses.  You can then PRINT your list of course materials.  Save this list and your receipt to submit later for reimbursement.
      1. Note:  Both required AND optional books and access codes will be listed.  CEC will ONLY reimburse for REQUIRED materials.

      1. BEST option:  With your ISBN number(s), submit a CECFC Bookstore Request to see if you can borrow your book for FREE from CEC.
      2. OTHER options:  With your ISBN number(s), search other book rental sites ( compares multiple sites) for the cheapest rental prices. Follow the rental checklist below.
      3. If a book or access code cannot be rented:  When you absolutely cannot find a book available for rent, you may purchase it, knowing it will cost you more dollars from your voucher.  Access codes may always be purchased and reimbursed through the rental process.
      1. The online request form will be available beginning Tuesday, September 8, 2020. All reimbursement requests will be reviewed for eligibility. Checks will be mailed to eligible students beginning December 14, 2020.
      2. Required documentation for upload into request form:
        1. Photo/copy of original receipt - must show rental status and due date if rented
        2. Proof of required materials (syllabus or Community College printout)
        (Please note the deadline for rental reimbursements at the top and bottom of this page.)
      3. Purchased books: Upload receipts and documentation as with rented books. Bring your book back on May 13th to pick up your check.
  4. Textbook reimbursement will first be applied to any outstanding fees.
    Textbook reimbursement is only available to students with remaining voucher dollars

    Textbook Checklist:

  • Search for required course materials – see Step 1 above.
  • Print the materials list from the college bookstore website.  You will need the 13-digit ISBN number for all textbooks.
  • Borrow for FREE from CEC if possible – see Step 2 above.
  • Search book rental websites for the cheapest rental prices.
  • Select the 125-day rental term.
  • Choose free or standard shipping.
  • Save the delivery packages for your return!
  • Print and save your receipts, whether your rent or buy. Be sure that the rental status and return date is clearly visible on the receipt.
  • Don’t highlight or write in the rented books.
  • Return the books at the end of the semester.
  • Follow the terms and conditions of the rental websites.
Ready to be reimbursed?
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Deadline to submit documents: November 13, 2020
*The online request form will be available beginning Tuesday, September 8, 2020. All reimbursement requests will be reviewed for eligibility. Checks will be mailed to eligible students beginning December 14, 2020.
For purchased books, return books on date below to receive check
December 16, 2020 -- 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
If you miss the deadline for PURCHASED books, you may still return your book, but your check will be mailed to you within 4 - 6 weeks following book return.
If you failed a course this past semester at either CECFC, FRCC, or Aims, please be aware of the following:
  • You should discuss your failing grade directly with your professor/instructor via email. (Parents, often teachers leave very detailed notes in Infinite Campus. Please check there first and also review the course syllabus with your student. Then, email the teacher.  If you still have concerns after discussing the situation with the instructor, you can direct those to Mrs. Hocke, Dean of Academics, via email.)
  • You will be billed for failed college courses by our Business Manager. Bills will be sent out 4-6 weeks after the end of the semester. Payment arrangements may be made with the Business Manager.
  • Your graduation plans may be affected by your failing grade. Please take a moment to look at your ICAP packet from our last meeting to see what your options are.
  • Your next semester courses will likely need adjusted. Your advisor can help you with this the first week of class. Many classes will be full and your choices will be limited. Please take a minute to review your options by looking at your ICAP packet and then contact your advisor
  • You can learn from this experience. Take some time over break to think about what you can do differently next semester to be successful in your classes.
We are happy to meet with you in person once classes begin. You can schedule a time. Then, take a deep breath (parents too!), realize that this is just a bump in the road, and enjoy your break!
College Level Examination Placement (CLEP) is a test that many colleges use to grant college credit for competency. There are many tests available. CECFC will reimburse for passed CLEP exams if you have funds remaining in your voucher accounts. Please look at the tests available at and also compare that with the credit FRCC grants for those tests.

Deciding which CLEP test to take

  • Select a subject that you feel you can grasp easily and that you have some prior coursework in.
  • Check to see what college class will be granted for a passing score on a specific test.
  • Check your degree plan to make sure that class will fulfill a requirement for your AA/AS.


Studying for CLEP

  • Print the CLEP Study Guide for your subject.
  • Purchase a CLEP study book or check one out from the library.
  • Buy a used copy of one of the textbooks listed on the CLEP study guide for your subject
  • Search for quizlet decks to help you study. (Use CLEP or AP and the subject in your search- the content is similar. Quizlet has a great app so you can always have this available to review during 'downtime'- waiting in line, etc.)
  • Study. There are no shortcuts to this process. Put in the time.


Taking the CLEP

  • Call the testing center at FRCC or Aims to find out when they are open and which tests they offer.
  • Schedule a time to take the test.
  • Send your scores to FRCC.
  • Email me your advisor your score.


CECFC Dress Code Expectations and Guidelines:

1) Student IDs will be worn at all times when on campus for safety and security.
2) All attire must be free of holes, tears and fraying. This includes “patched” but still frayed items such as jeans/pants.
3) Overly tight or loose attire is not appropriate at school or a workplace.
4) Appropriate dress code attire must be worn under any “see through” item.
5) Undergarments shall not be visible.
6) Any clothing, jewelry, and accessories containing any words, symbols, or pictures which include the following: any references to sex, drugs, tobacco, alcohol, weapons, obscenities, profanities, as well as anything vulgar, lewd, legally libelous, distracting, and/or dangerous are prohibited and must be removed or covered.


More information can be found here: Full Dress Code

To report absence or tardiness, notify the school early in the day by calling the attendance line at 970.689.3294 or emailing
More information can be found here: Full Attendance Policy
CHSAA Forms should be turned in to the advising desk. Any questions about CHSAA should be submitted to Ms.Park,
More information can be found here: Sports and Activities
Instructions for FRCC can be found here: FRCC Student Email

Front Range Community College

  1. Login to eWolf
  2. Click "Registration"
  3. Click "Detailed Student Schedule (with Drop-Withdrawal Dates)"
  4. Click print
  5. Print/save as a PDF (Windows users- see these tips. Mac users- use Preview to save as PDF)
  6. Save it as LastName FirstName FRCC Schedule Spring 2020.pdf
  7. Email your advisor the file

Aims Community College

  1. Login to your myAims portal
  2. Click "Student"
  3. Click the View My Printable Schedule under the Registration section (left side)
  4. Select the term
  5. Click print page
  6. Print/save as a PDF (Windows users- see these tips. Mac users- use Preview to save as PDF)
  7. Save it as LastName FirstName FRCC Schedule Spring 2020.pdf
  8. Email your advisor the file
If you are graduating with an associate degree from Front Range and have taken 1 or more classes through Aims, you must transfer your Aims college credits to Front Range:
  1. Login to MyAims
    • You will need your user name, not A#, to login. Follow prompts to recover account if you do not have your user name and/or password 
  2. Click on "View/Order Transcripts" on your dashboard
  3. Click the link to be directed to the Aims Parchment service
  4. If prompted to enter contact information (name, address, phone number) do so here
  5. When prompted to put in a destination for your transcript, type in Front Range Community College and click "Search"
  6. Select Front Range Community College from the populated list
    • The address listed will be for Westminster, CO, that is the correct option
  7. The next screen asks when you want your transcript sent to Front Range--"Send Now" or "Hold For Grades" (if you are currently enrolled in Aims classes)
    • If the only option you see is "Send Now" then proceed with the order process
    • If you also have the option to "Hold for Grades" you will need to wait to send your transcript until after finals grades are posted for the current semester
    • Front Range will only process transcript requests if they receive your transcript--"Hold For Grades" indicates that Aims will want to send your transcript until the end of the semester. If you select this option and proceed with your order, your transcript will not be processed correctly for graduation purposes.
  8. After you complete your order for your transcript, login to your Front Range eWolf account
  9. Click on "Student Resources" at the top of the dashboard then "Student Forms"
  10. Click on "Transfer Credit Evaluation Request" and fill out the form, stating that your transfer credits will be coming from Aims Community College
  11. You have now initiated the transfer of your Aims credits to Front Range. Check your Front Range email on a regular basis as you will be notified about the status of your request only through your Front Range email account