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Academic Resources

From thesis research to help with your first-ever college assignment, CC offers a variety of resources and services for students with academic questions. Several academic departments employ recently-graduated paraprofessionals who are there to assist students and faculty without teaching classes. Departments can also recommend peer tutors with proper expertise to students.

Academic Honor Council

(719) 389-6564
Mission: The Colorado College Honor System was established in 1948 to promote personal responsibility and academic integrity. Founded upon the value of mutual trust between students and professors, it is an essential tradition of the college. The Honor Code applies to all assignments completed for credit, and any potential code violation is the concern of the Honor Council. The Honor Council is the student-run organization that maintains and enforces the Honor Code through educating the campus community and administering Honor System procedures.

Accessibility Resources

(719) 227-8285
Located:
Tutt Library Learning Commons
Mission: Accessibility Resources collaborates with the campus community to ensure an inclusive and accessible college experience for students with disabilities. They offer a variety of accommodations and resources to support students as they pursue their academic goals. Whether you’re a new student at CC or a current student just now checking out resources, the Accessibility Resources staff would be happy to talk with you about your individual situation and how they can best assist you. For additional information, please contact Jan Edwards, CC’s Director of Accessibility Resources (jedwards@coloradocollege.edu).

Colket Student Learning Center

(719) 389-6168
Located: Tutt Library Learning Commons
Mission: The Colket Student Learning Center at Colorado College offers students the resources they need to succeed academically. Because of the intensity, pace, and intellectual rigor of the Block Plan, the Colket Center was established in 2002 to provide support programs that offer resources to students across the disciplines.

Collaborative for Community Engagement

(719) 389-6846
Mission: The Collaborative for Community Engagement supports and facilitates a wide range of programming designed to meet student interest and community need. From student-run organizations to a community-engaged leadership certificate program, from community-based research to living learning communities, our programs engage a diverse group of stakeholders from the campus and community to promote the common good and propel academic learning into the world.

Computer and Technology Laboratory (CAT Lab)

(719) 389-6159
Located: Tutt Library Learning Commons
Mission:
The CAT Lab provides computers, scanners, digital video importing and editing equipment, color printers and disk duplications. The lab is available to all students, staff, and faculty. Academic projects have priority. Technology consultants are available during all lab hours to facilitate the use of computers and advanced technologies for teaching and learning.

Crown Faculty Center

(719) 389-6986
Located: Tutt Library Learning Commons #164
Mission: The Crown Faculty Center encourages the development and maintenance of imaginative, dedicated, self-reflective teaching. It also promotes and supports faculty scholarship, research, and writing. A part of the faculty development program at Colorado College, it is a space in The Learning Commons at Tutt Library where faculty can come together to discuss the challenges of teaching, research, and service.

Help Desk (Computing Support)

(719) 389-6449
Located: Tutt Library Basement
Mission: The Help Desk is a campus source for online computer assistance at Colorado College. Help Desk support specialists offer assistance to the CC community in protecting, maintaining, and operating computers.

Honor Societies

Mission: A wide range ofhonor societies recognize students for their academic work, as well as their leadership and service work in the community.

Media Services (Audio/Visual)

(719) 389-6378 [Equipment Reservation & Checkout]
(719) 389-6379 [Maintenance]
(719) 389-6382 [Special Events]
Located: Armstrong Hall Basement
Mission: Media Services (formerly "Audio/Visual Services") assists the campus community in presentation of aural, photographic, film, and video materials. This group supports classroom instruction, special events, and student and faculty projects. Services include delivery of equipment, scheduling of technical support, as well as media editing and training.

Office of International Programs

(719) 389-6918
Located: Worner 232
Mission: The office of International Programs serves students who study off-campus (domestically and internationally) , incoming international students, faculty who lead students on off-campus programs, and international faculty who require immigration services.

Student Advising

(719) 389-6687
Mission: Before beginning the first year at Colorado College, students are matched with a pre-major faculty academic advisor. Students are encouraged to discuss with their advisors course choices that will complement the intellectual paths they would like to explore at CC while completing all-College requirements. They may also consult with their pre-major advisors about research and internship opportunities beyond the classroom. As students declare their majors, they identify an advisor in the department of the major. Major advisors work with students to choose courses in the major. They help their advisees identify discipline-specific research and internship opportunities. Major advisors also work with their advisees to identify a faculty member who can guide them in their research for the senior thesis or capstone project.

Student Grants

(719) 389-6686
Located: Armstrong 107
Mission: There are exciting opportunities for all students at CC. We encourage students to explore these opportunities as early as possible in their time at CC. We invite students to make individual appointments with the Associate Dean of the College to learn about how to prepare for and apply for the various internal and external grants available.

Summer Session

(719) 389-6656
Located: Morreale House
Mission: Summer session offers on-campus blocks, courses abroad, and off-campus courses, as well as new linked-block thematic Institutes.

Sustainability

719) 389-6025
Located: Central Services
Mission: Sustainability at Colorado College is an integral part of who we are and how we have defined ourselves. We aspire to make Colorado College a model for campus and community sustainability – an academic village that instantiates a commitment at all levels to a sustainable and desirable future, not only for the human economy but for the larger ecosystem in which it is embedded.

The Office of Field Studies

(719) 389-7613
Located: Central Services
Mission: The Mission of the Office of Field Studies is to enable the faculty at Colorado College to teach innovative, unique, and effective field study courses and conduct field based research through logistical and administrative support, as well as faculty trainings and course development. The office also exists as a clearinghouse for the variety of field experiences available to students at Colorado College.

The Quantitative Reasoning Center

(719) 227-8289
Located: Colket Center for Academic Excellence in the Tutt Library
Mission: The Quantitative Reasoning Center (QRC) offers free professional and peer tutoring; assistance with study skills, problem solving, and time management; and study areas for group work with white boards, computers with science software, and the “amoeba table." Steve Getty, the Director of the QRC organizes tutoring for science and math courses and supports and conducts study sessions for specific courses.

Tutt Library

(719) 389-6662 [Reference Desk]
(719) 389-6184 [Circulation Desk]
Mission: To provide bibliographic, intellectual, and physical access to knowledge and information, to support the educational aims of Colorado College, and to promote continued independent learning.

Writing Center

(719) 389-6742
Located:
Tutt Library Learning Commons
Mission:
The Writing Center offers an arena where students can work through the writing process and improve the expression of their ideas by participating in individualized conferences with trained peer consultants and professional staff. The Writing Center is staffed by a full-time professional director, a professional English as a Second Language (ESL) instructor, two professional writing consultants, and student peer consultants.