APPROVED: February 14, 1991
EFFECTIVE: February 14, 1991
REVISED: June 9, 1992
REPEALED: September 14, 2000
READOPTED: August 25, 2001
REVISED: January 7, 2008
REFERENCES: CRS 23-60-101, 102, 103, 201; CRS 23-5-106; CRS 22-34-101; CRS 22-35-102, et seq.; CRS 16-11-212, CRS 25-4-901-907
/ Nancy J. McCallin /
Nancy J. McCallin, Ph.D.
Pursuant to statute, it is the Board’s policy that there shall be no admission requirements imposed upon any student except those listed below concerning proof of immunization. Admission to a college does not guarantee enrollment in specific programs which may have prerequisites designed to facilitate successful completion. Admission may be denied in accordance with the provisions of this policy.
This policy applies to all state system community colleges.
Pursuant to the statutory definition of postsecondary institutions, it is the policy of the Board to admit students who are 17 years of age or older. The college president may grant a waiver of the minimum age based on extenuating circumstances unique to the role and mission of community colleges.
College presidents or their designee may deny the admission, continued enrollment, or re-enrollment of:
Traditional aged students seeking admission to residential colleges must show proof of immunization as required by Article 4, Title 25, Part Nine CRS and implementing rules prior to attending on-campus classes at the college. Nontraditional adult students are defined as those students who have attained the age of 19 years of age or older.
Review of a denial of admission or denial of continued enrollment or re-enrollment of students shall be in accordance with the college’s disciplinary procedures.
The System President shall promulgate such procedures as may be necessary for the implementation of this policy.