Emily Griffith Technical College has four academic colleges: College of Business and Technology, College of Design Industries, College of Health Sciences and College of Trades and Industry. The academic colleges offer more than 50 certificate programs with an extensive curriculum including more than 500 courses. We have established a reputation for being one of the region’s most diverse learning environments. We’ve assisted nearly 2 million students since our inception.
The mission of the Language Learning Center is to provide learner-centered programs that empower and encourage students to meet their individual language goals. Each year, more than 2,500 students from more than 50 countries study English at the Language Learning Center at Emily Griffith. The Language Learning Center offers programs and classes to meet the needs of our diverse student population including the following: intensive, academic, and job-related English as a Second Language (ESL) classes; intensive programs for refugees and civics; and citizenship classes in our Pathways to Citizenship Program.
Emily Griffith Technical College offers General Educational Development (GED) classes and GED testing to help students who did not graduate from high school but wish to enroll in a college or university or obtain a job requiring a high school diploma or GED.
Emily Griffith High School (EGHS) is an alternative school focused on retrieving students, 17 to 21, who left high school before earning a diploma. EGHS offers courses toward a high school diploma or a General Equivalency Diploma (GED). The core classes meet Colorado state standards. The Denver Public Schools certifies the diplomas and the Colorado Department of Education accredits the school.
Continuing Education classes offered at the Emily Griffith Technical College located include professional development and career training, corporate training, personal enrichment, and non-credit courses in career and technical education.
Online courses cover the same material as campus-based courses. Skilled teachers use online learning management systems (LMS), podcasting, and other technologies to build an online community of learners. Students engage in class discussions, assignments, projects, and deadlines as in campus-based courses. Students can complete work any time of day or night.