Real Analysis aims to rigorously prove much of what is seen in Calculus. Students will develop a deeper understanding of several concepts that serve as the foundation for Calculus.
Topics in Creative Writing: Creative Nonfiction Writing fosters a safe space to engage confidence, vulnerability, and truth. The greater we embrace fearlessness, the greater the reward.
Introduction to Feminist and Gender Studies is an FYE course that examines feminist and gender studies theories and critical practices manifested within and outside of the academy, which include interrogations of power, inequality, and privilege along the lines of sexuality, race, ethnicity, class, age, and other social, cultural, and political markers.
The Mission of Black Women at Colorado College (BWCC) is to empower and uplift black women. BWCC promotes unity among black women on campus (faculty,staff, and students), while encouraging positive body image and healthy minds. Although the group was created for black women, women who are affected by similar social limtations experienced by black women are encouraged to attend. The student organization, also, includes women who may want support in understanding how to interpret their "blackness." BWCC facilitates meaningful conversations over several regular events, including hair-care nights, self-care programs, and luncheons.