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2 produced by in partnership with For more information, please contact Office of Parent and Family Relations (719) E. Cache La Poudre St. Colorado Springs, CO Parents and Families About this Guide UniversityParent has published this guide in partnership with with the mission of helping you easily navigate your student s college with the most timely and relevant information available. Discover more articles, tips, and local business information by visiting the online guide at: The presence of university/college logos and marks in this guide does not mean the school endorses the products or services offered by advertisers in this guide Wilderness Place, Suite 205 Boulder, CO Advertising Inquiries: (855) Sarah Schupp Publisher mark hager DESIGN michael fahler AD DESIGN Connect: facebook.com/universityparent twitter.com/4collegeparents 2014 UniversityParent contents Family Weekend Guide Comprehensive advice and information for student success 4 Welcome to 6 Family Weekend Schedule of Events 6 Friday, October Saturday, October Sunday, October Campus Map 20 Campus Map Key 21 About the Office of Parent and Family Relations 22 Parent and Family Giving 24 Be Involved! 26 Half Block Academic Calendar 30 Important Numbers 32 Area Resources

3 Welcome to Dear CC Parents and Families, Welcome to Family Weekend 2014! We are thrilled that you are visiting our campus and learning more about your student s time at, and we share their excitement in welcoming you to their home away from home. While you are here, we encourage you to explore our campus and the Colorado Springs community. We have a lot to offer both inside and outside the classroom, and we have planned programs and events just for you to highlight these opportunities. Walk around campus to get a feel for how your student spends their day, visit with faculty and staff during our academic department and residence hall open houses, attend an artistic or sporting event, enjoy a meal in one of our campus dining venues, or get off campus to one of many local and regional attractions. Please take a look at the section of this guide that highlights our upcoming Half Block program (p. 26), which we are offering again this year after a wildly successful launch last year. Half Block is a great opportunity for your student to investigate and develop important skills for life after college. January may be a great month for bears to hibernate but not CC students! Thank you again for visiting campus! We hope you enjoy a little taste of autumn in the Rockies while spending this special time with your student. Best regards, Debra Zarecky Director of Parent and Family Relations 4 5

4 Family Weekend Schedule of Events FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17 Registration (Perkins Lounge in Worner Campus Center) Check in and pick up a final schedule and any required tickets. 9 a.m. Noon 10 a.m. 8 p.m. Times Vary A Community of Learning: Inside and Outside the Classroom (Bemis Hall) Note: Due to limited seating for both parts of this event, free tickets are required for admission. Register on-site in Perkins Lounge in Worner Campus Center to get your ticket. Engage with faculty and professional staff from student life and other divisions of the college. Participate in a mock class and learn about some of the exciting noncredit offerings for our January Half Block program. 9 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Inside the Classroom Participants will rotate through four interactive sessions with faculty who will present a variety of topics. 10:30 a.m. Noon Outside the Classroom Participants will rotate through four sessions with student life and other professional staff to learn about some of the exciting non-credit offerings for our January Half Block program. Enjoy access to the Adam F. Press Fitness Center by showing your Family Weekend Guest Pass. Lunch Options Lunch on your own. The Information Desk in Worner Campus Center has a list of nearby restaurants. 11 a.m. 1:30 p.m. Rastall Café (Worner Campus Center) accepts Gold Card, cash, or credit cards. 12:30 p.m. 2 p.m. Climate Change Faculty Research Luncheon (Gaylord Hall in Worner Campus Center) See event detail on the next page. Requires free ticket. 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Note: The following events for Saturday, October 18 have limited seating. If you plan to attend any of these events, you MUST register on-site in Worner Campus Center to receive a free ticket. Registration is not available prior to arrival. Friday, October 17, 9 a.m. Noon A Community of Learning: Inside and Outside the Classroom Friday, October 17, 12 p.m. 2 p.m. Climate Change Faculty Research Luncheon Saturday, October 18, 1 p.m. 4 p.m. Tree Planting Service Project 6 7

5 3 p.m. Women s Soccer: CC vs. UNLV (Stewart Field) Free for students and families with a Family Weekend Guest Pass. 3 p.m. 5 p.m. Climbing Gym Open House (El Pomar Gym) Climate Change Faculty Research Luncheon (Gaylord Hall in Worner Center) Note: Due to limited seating for this event, free tickets are required for admission. Register on-site in Perkins Lounge in Worner Campus Center to get your ticket. 3 p.m. 6 p.m. Internship Experience Forum (Great Hall in El Pomar Sports Center) Students will share information about internships they have held. 12:30 p.m. 2 p.m. Learn about cutting-edge research conducted by a team of CC faculty: Becca Barnes, Assistant Professor of Environmental Sciences: Impacts of Climate Change on Watersheds Marion Hourdequin, Associate Professor of Philosophy: The Ethics of Geoengineering Miro Kummel, Associate Professor of Environmental Science: Climate and Tree-Line Change on Pikes Peak Dylan Nelson, Assistant Professor of Film and New Media Studies: Producing Merchants of Doubt Eric Perramond, Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Southwest Studies: Adjudicating Western Waters Under Climate Change Mark Smith, Professor of Economics: The Political Economy of Climate Change: European Union v. United States Ian Johnson, Director of Sustainability: A Carbon Neutral Campus Times Vary 6 p.m. Dinner Options Dinner on your own. The Information Desk in Worner Campus Center has a list of nearby restaurants. 4 p.m. 6 p.m. Families and Friends Mixer (Bemis Great Hall) A reception with light refreshments sponsored by CC s hub of diversity and inclusion, The Butler Center. 5 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Rastall Café (Worner Campus Center) accepts Gold Card, cash, or credit cards. 6 p.m. 8 p.m. Shabbat Dinner (Interfaith House, 1004 N. Weber Street) This Jewish tradition welcomes the end of the week and the day of rest. All students and families are welcome! No RSVP required. Men s and Women s Swimming and Diving: CC vs. Western State (Schlessman Natatorium) Free for students and families with a Family Weekend Guest Pass. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. Residence Hall Open Houses (Loomis Hall Lounge, Slocum Hall Lounge, Mathias Hall Lounge) Enjoy visiting our residence halls and meeting the staff. Featuring performances by student musicians at 1:30 p.m. Academic Department Open Houses Schedule available at registration. 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. (Two performances) The Kitchen by Arnold Wesker (Norberg Studio Theatre in Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center) Limited tickets available at the Worner Desk. Free with CC ID and $5 without. Directed by Andrew Manley, associate professor of theatre and dance, this masterpiece of modern realism tells the story of a frustrated love affair between a young German chef and a married English waitress. 8 9

6 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18 Men s Hockey: CC vs. University of North Dakota (Broadmoor World Arena, 3185 Venetucci Boulevard) Puck drops at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are required. Students may obtain a free ticket for student section seating with their CC ID through the Worner Desk. Students may also purchase up to two (2) additional tickets at $17 each for student section seating. Tickets must be purchased in advance by the student with their CC ID through the Worner Desk. Additional tickets for seating outside the student section may be purchased at the Broadmoor World Arena box office, online through the Broadmoor World Arena, or by calling (719) Free bus transportation for students is available from the Worner Campus Center. Parents and families are encouraged to carpool to the Broadmoor World Arena. Parking at the Broadmoor World Arena is $5 per car. 6 a.m. 8:30 a.m. Buddhist Meditation (Shove Chapel) Additional spiritual life activities occur throughout the weekend at various on- and off-campus locations. Contact Chaplain Kate Holbrook for more information. 7:30 p.m. 8 a.m. 7 p.m. 8 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Enjoy access to the Adam F. Press Fitness Center by showing your Family Weekend Guest Pass. Sunrise Yoga (Louis Multi-Purpose Room in Adam F. Press Fitness Center) Continental Breakfast (Armstrong Great Hall) Registration (Information Desk, Worner Campus Center) 8 p.m. 9 p.m. Free Ice Skating (Honnen Ice Arena) Free for students and families with a Family Weekend Guest Pass. 8 p.m. 10 p.m. Student Film Festival (Screening Room in Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center) Clay Haskell, assistant professor of film and new media studies, has chosen several top selections by his talented student filmmakers

7 9:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. President Jill Tiefenthaler (Armstrong Theatre) Join President Tiefenthaler for a presentation on the economics of higher education. 11 a.m. 12:30 p.m. Free Ice Skating (Honnen Ice Arena) Free for students and families with a Family Weekend Guest Pass. 11 a.m. 2 p.m. 11 a.m. 2 p.m. Times Vary Photo Booth Fun (Worner Campus Center) Use our crazy props to create some fun photo memories of the weekend with your family in our custom photo booth! Outdoor Concert (Worner Quad) Sponsored by the Carnivore Club, a student-run club known for serving up meat to the community. Freshly grilled hamburgers will be available! Lunch Options Lunch on your own. The Information Desk in Worner Campus Center has a list of nearby restaurants. 11 a.m. 1:30 p.m. Rastall Café (Worner Campus Center) accepts Gold Card, cash, or credit cards. Times Vary Explore Colorado Springs May we suggest an off-campus adventure? Colorado Springs and the surrounding area offer many wonderful cultural and recreational opportunities. Explore the Fine Arts Center or the American Numismatic Association Money Museum, both located close to campus right next to Packard Hall. History buffs might enjoy the Pioneers Museum downtown. Take a short drive to the Garden of the Gods or Red Rocks Canyon for an afternoon hike. See if you can spot a gold medalist at the nearby U.S. Olympic Training Center, which offers tours of its facility. The possibilities are (almost) endless! More ideas are available at 1 p.m. 4 p.m. Tree Planting Service Project Note: Due to limited accommodations for this event, free tickets are required for admission. Register on-site in Perkins Lounge in Worner Campus Center to get your ticket. Work with students and faculty from CC s environmental program to plant trees in fire-affected areas around Colorado Springs. 4 p.m. Ultimate Frisbee: CC Club Men s Team vs. Spikes Peak (Washburn Field) Come and see why ultimate Frisbee has been a popular pastime at CC for many years. Dinner Options Dinner on your own. The Information Desk in Worner Campus Center has a list of nearby restaurants. 5 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Rastall Café (Worner Campus Center) accepts Gold Card, cash, or credit cards. 6 p.m. Dinner and Hockey Package (Wigand Room, Broadmoor World Arena) See event detail on following page. Requires advance reservations and ticket purchase. 2 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Tutt House Legacy Open House (Tutt Alumni House, 1205 N. Cascade Avenue) Current students and their parents who are Colorado College alumni are invited to join the staff of alumni relations for a special reception at the Tutt Alumni House. Times Vary

8 Men s Hockey: CC vs. University of North Dakota (Broadmoor World Arena, 3185 Venetucci Boulevard) Puck drop at 7 p.m. Tickets are required. If you are purchasing the Dinner and Hockey Package, please see facing page for details. Students may obtain a free ticket for student section seating with their CC ID through the Worner Desk. Students may also purchase up to two (2) additional tickets at $17 each for student section seating. Tickets must be purchased in advance by the student with their CC ID through the Worner Desk. Additional tickets for seating outside the student section may be purchased at the Broadmoor World Arena box office, online through the Broadmoor World Arena, or by calling (719) Free bus transportation for students is available from the Worner Campus Center. Parents and families are encouraged to carpool to the Broadmoor World Arena. Parking at the Broadmoor World Arena is $5 per car. 7 p.m. 6 p.m. Dinner and Hockey Package (Wigand Room in Broadmoor World Arena, 3185 Venetucci Boulevard) Advance reservations and ticket purchase are required. Enjoy a catered dinner and watch the game from the elevated perspective of the Broadmoor World Arena s Wigand Room. Package cost is $60 per person, including dinner and seating for the game in the Wigand Room. Reservations must be made and tickets must be purchased for all attendees, including students. The meal plan does not cover the cost of dinner. 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. (Two performances) The Kitchen by Arnold Wesker (Norberg Studio Theatre in Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center) Limited tickets available at the Worner Desk. Free with CC ID and $5 without. Directed by Andrew Manley, associate professor of theatre and dance, this masterpiece of modern realism tells the story of a frustrated love affair between a young German chef and a married English waitress. 7 p.m. Colcannon in Concert (Armstrong Theatre in Armstrong Hall) Colcannon plays Irish music with panache, warmth, and wit. Timeless songs and great musicianship transport the audience to another time and place. Free. 7 p.m. Family Game Night (Benji s Grill in Worner Campus Center) Enjoy board games, Benji s, and beverages from Colorado Coffee

9 11 a.m. 10:30 p.m. Enjoy access to the Adam F. Press Fitness Center by showing your Family Weekend Guest Pass. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19 Farewell Brunch (Bemis Great Hall & Bemis Lounge) 9 a.m. 11 a.m. Advance reservations and ticket purchase are required. Reservations must be made and tickets must be purchased for all attendees, including students. The meal plan does not cover the cost of the brunch. Cost is $22 per person. Noon Women s Soccer: CC vs. UNLV (Stewart Field) Free for students and families with a Family Weekend Guest Pass. 3:15 p.m. 4:15 p.m. Free Ice Skating (Honnen Ice Arena) Free for students and families with a Family Weekend Guest Pass. 4:30 p.m. Roman Catholic Mass (Shove Chapel)

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11 an, es; College mmunity nd nance & Payroll; ts: do ces: enter; ponse & Varsity ing Gym; Biology g r Facility; tre nce ies; and 24. Dern House - Hulbert Center for Southwest Studies 25. Mierow House - Department: Education 26. Gill House 27. Tutt Library North Offices: Help Desk; Research Desk; Circulation and Reserves; Interlibrary Loan; Librarians South Offices: Accessibility Resources; Colket Center for Academic Excellence: ESL Specialist; Oral Communication Center; Quantitative Reasoning Center (QRC); Reading, Rhetoric and First Year Programs, and Ruth Barton Writing Center; Computer & Advanced Technology Labs; Crown Faculty Center; Learning Commons; and College Archives and Special Collections 28. Palmer Hall Gates Common Room; Departments: Geology; Economics & Business; History; Political Science; and Sociology 29. Russell T. Tutt Science Center Departments: Geology; Environmental Program; Mathematics & Computer Science; and Psychology 30. Barnes Science Center Departments: Anthropology; Molecular Biology; Chemistry and ; ITS: 31. Olin Hall/Olin Annex (Fishbowl) 49. Blanca Apartments 50. John Lord Knight Apartments Jerome P. McHugh Commons and Alumni Plaza; Preserve Cafe 51. El Diente Apartments 52. Edith Gaylord House - Apartments; Campus Safety Office 53. Loomis Hall 54. Montgomery Hall 55. Ticknor Hall Offices: Food Service/ Bon Appetit; and Campus Parking 56. Breton Hall 57. Mathias Hall - Local Goods 58. Arthur House 59. Jackson House 60. Synergy House (1018) 61. Interfaith House 62. Synergy House (1006) 63. Lennox House Offices: Butler Center (co-location); The Glass House N. Weber - Senior Cottage N. Weber - Senior Cottage 69. Inn (CC Inn) About the Office of Parent and Family Relations Debra Zarecky Director of Parent and Family Relations Web: Phone: (719) Fax: (719) Mailing Address: President's Office 14 E. Cache La Poudre Street Colorado Springs, CO Office Address: Spencer Center #252 The Office of Parent and Family Relations is committed to assisting you in supporting your student by providing timely information about services, programs, and opportunities and by promoting meaningful engagement of parents and families in the life of the campus. Research shows that appropriate parent involvement in student learning is positively related to achievement. This involvement continues to be important throughout a student s college experience and is a contributing factor to student success. We thank you for partnering with us in the success of your student! We re on Facebook! Visit us at Colorado College Parents and Families or join the discussion group at Parents. COLLEGE ADMINISTRATIVE & ACADEMIC FACILITIES 1. Armstrong Hall Armstrong Theatre; Departments: English; French, Italian, and Arabic; German, Russian, and East Asian Languages; Philosophy; Religion; and Spanish; Offices: Dean of the College and the Faculty; Dean of Students; Collaborative for Community Engagement; International Programs; ITS:; Registrar; and Student Life 2. Spencer Center Offices: President; Advancement; Communications; Finance & Administration; Financial Aid; Human Resources; ITS:; Payroll; and Purchasing 3. Edith Kinney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center I.D.E.A. Space; Richard F. Celeste Theatre; Departments: Drama & Dance; Film & New Media 4. Packard Hall - Departments: Art; Music 5. Lloyd E. Worner Campus Center Art & Crafts Studios; Benjamin s Cafe; Bookstore; Colorado Coffee; Rastall Dining Hall; and Student Post Office; Offices: Butler Center (co-location); Campus Activities; Career Center; Gold Card Office; Information Desk; Sexual Assault Response & Prevention Program; and Student Organization Offices 6. Honnen Ice Arena 7. Schlessman Natatorium (Pool) 8. El Pomar Sports Center Adam F. Press Fitness Center; Auxilary Gym; Jerry Carle Varsity Strength & Conditioning; Reid Arena; Ritt Kellogg Climbing Gym; and Squash & Racquetball Courts; Departments: Human Biology and Kinesiology; Offices: Athletics and Athletics Marketing 9. Williams Central Plant 10. Cossitt Hall Cossitt Amphitheatre; Faculty Commons; Women s Soccer Facility; Departments: Comparative Literature and Classics; Dance 11. Cutler Hall - Admission 12. Taylor Hall - Press at ; Taylor Theatre 13. Van Briggle Building - Facilities Services 14. Transportation Services 15. Facilities Ground Shop 16. Facilities Purchasing & Support Services 17. Stewart House - CC Student Garden Wood Avenue - President s Residence 19. Morreale Carriage House - Innovation Institute 20. Morreale House - Summer Session 21. Boettcher Center Student Health Center, Counseling, and Student Insurance 22. Tutt Alumni House - Alumni Relations 23. Interdisciplinary House (ID House) Departments: Asian Studies; Feminist and Gender Studies; and Race and Ethnic Studies 24. Dern House - Hulbert Center for Southwest Studies 25. Mierow House - Department: Education 26. Gill House 27. Tutt Library North Offices: Help Desk; Research Desk; Circulation and Reserves; Interlibrary Loan; Librarians South Offices: Accessibility Resources; Colket Center for Academic Excellence: ESL Specialist; Oral Communication Center; Quantitative Reasoning Center (QRC); Reading, Rhetoric and First Year Programs, and Ruth Barton Writing Center; Computer & Advanced Technology Labs; Crown Faculty Center; Learning Commons; and College Archives and Special Collections 28. Palmer Hall Gates Common Room; Departments: Geology; Economics & Business; History; Political Science; and Sociology 29. Russell T. Tutt Science Center Departments: Geology; Environmental Program; Mathematics & Computer Science; and Psychology 30. Barnes Science Center Departments: Anthropology; Molecular Biology; Chemistry and ; ITS: 31. Olin Hall/Olin Annex (Fishbowl) 49. Blanca Apartments 50. John Lord Knight Apartments Jerome P. McHugh Commons and Alumni Plaza; Preserve Cafe 51. El Diente Apartments 52. Edith Gaylord House - Apartments; Campus Safety Office 53. Loomis Hall 54. Montgomery Hall 55. Ticknor Hall Offices: Food Service/ Bon Appetit; and Campus Parking 56. Breton Hall 57. Mathias Hall - Local Goods 58. Arthur House 59. Jackson House 60. Synergy House (1018) 61. Interfaith House 62. Synergy House (1006) 63. Lennox House Offices: Butler Center (co-location); The Glass House N. Weber - Senior Cottage N. Weber - Senior Cottage 69. Inn (CC Inn) Prevention Program; and Student Organization Offices 6. Honnen Ice Arena 7. Schlessman Natatorium (Pool) 8. El Pomar Sports Center Adam F. Press Fitness Center; Auxilary Gym; Jerry Carle Varsity Strength & Conditioning; Reid Arena; Ritt Kellogg Climbing Gym; and Squash & Racquetball Courts; Departments: Human Biology and Kinesiology; Offices: Athletics and Athletics Marketing 9. Williams Central Plant 10. Cossitt Hall Cossitt Amphitheatre; Faculty Commons; Women s Soccer Facility; Departments: Comparative Literature and Classics; Dance 11. Cutler Hall - Admission 12. Taylor Hall - Press at ; Taylor Theatre 13. Van Briggle Building - Facilities Services 14. Transportation Services 15. Facilities Ground Shop 16. Facilities Purchasing & Support Services 17. Stewart House - CC Student Garden Wood Avenue - President s Residence 19. Morreale Carriage House - Innovation Institute 20. Morreale House - Summer Session 21. Boettcher Center Student Health Center, Counseling, and Student Insurance 22. Tutt Alumni House - Alumni Relations 23. Interdisciplinary House (ID House) Departments: Asian Studies; Feminist and Gender Studies; and Race and Ethnic Studies 69. Inn (CC Inn) 6. Honnen Ice Arena 7. Schlessman Natatorium (Pool) 8. El Pomar Sports Center Adam F. Press Fitness Center; Auxilary Gym; Jerry Carle Varsity Strength & Conditioning; Reid Arena; Ritt Kellogg Climbing Gym; and Squash & Racquetball Courts; Departments: Human Biology and Kinesiology; Offices: Athletics and Athletics Marketing 9. Williams Central Plant 10. Cossitt Hall Cossitt Amphitheatre; Faculty Commons; Women s Soccer Facility; Departments: Comparative Literature and Classics; Dance 11. Cutler Hall - Admission 12. Taylor Hall - Press at ; Taylor Theatre 13. Van Briggle Building - Facilities Services 14. Transportation Services 15. Facilities Ground Shop 16. Facilities Purchasing & Support Services 17. Stewart House - CC Student Garden Wood Avenue - President s Residence 19. Morreale Carriage House - Innovation Institute 20. Morreale House - Summer Session 21. Boettcher Center Student Health Center, Counseling, and Student Insurance 22. Tutt Alumni House - Alumni Relations 23. Interdisciplinary House (ID House) Departments: Asian Studies; Feminist and Gender Studies; and Race and Ethnic Studies 69. Inn (CC Inn) n, s; College munity d ance & ayroll; : o es: nter; onse & arsity g Gym; 24. Dern House - Hulbert Center for Southwest Studies 25. Mierow House - Department: Education 26. Gill House 27. Tutt Library North Offices: Help Desk; Research Desk; Circulation and Reserves; Interlibrary Loan; Librarians South Offices: Accessibility Resources; Colket Center for Academic Excellence: ESL Specialist; Oral Communication Center; Quantitative Reasoning Center (QRC); Reading, Rhetoric and First Year Programs, and Ruth Barton Writing Center; Computer & Advanced Technology Labs; Crown Faculty Center; Learning Commons; and College Archives and Special Collections 28. Palmer Hall Gates Common Room; Departments: Geology; Economics & Business; History; Political Science; and Sociology 29. Russell T. Tutt Science Center Departments: Geology; Environmental Program; Mathematics & Computer Science; and Psychology 30. Barnes Science Center Departments: Anthropology; Molecular Biology; Chemistry and ; ITS: 31. Olin Hall/Olin Annex (Fishbowl) 49. Blanca Apartments 50. John Lord Knight Apartments Jerome P. McHugh Commons and Alumni Plaza; Preserve Cafe 51. El Diente Apartments 52. Edith Gaylord House - Apartments; Campus Safety Office 53. Loomis Hall 54. Montgomery Hall 55. Ticknor Hall Offices: Food Service/ Bon Appetit; and Campus Parking 56. Breton Hall 57. Mathias Hall - Local Goods 58. Arthur House 59. Jackson House 60. Synergy House (1018) 61. Interfaith House 62. Synergy House (1006) 63. Lennox House Offices: Butler Center (co-location); The Glass House N. Weber - Senior Cottage N. Weber - Senior Cottage 69. Inn (CC Inn) an, es; College mmunity nd nance & Payroll; ts: do ces: enter; ponse & Varsity ing Gym; Biology g r Facility; tre nce ies; and 24. Dern House - Hulbert Center for Southwest Studies 25. Mierow House - Department: Education 26. Gill House 27. Tutt Library North Offices: Help Desk; Research Desk; Circulation and Reserves; Interlibrary Loan; Librarians South Offices: Accessibility Resources; Colket Center for Academic Excellence: ESL Specialist; Oral Communication Center; Quantitative Reasoning Center (QRC); Reading, Rhetoric and First Year Programs, and Ruth Barton Writing Center; Computer & Advanced Technology Labs; Crown Faculty Center; Learning Commons; and College Archives and Special Collections 28. Palmer Hall Gates Common Room; Departments: Geology; Economics & Business; History; Political Science; and Sociology 29. Russell T. Tutt Science Center Departments: Geology; Environmental Program; Mathematics & Computer Science; and Psychology 30. Barnes Science Center Departments: Anthropology; Molecular Biology; Chemistry and ; ITS: 31. Olin Hall/Olin Annex (Fishbowl) 49. Blanca Apartments 50. John Lord Knight Apartments Jerome P. McHugh Commons and Alumni Plaza; Preserve Cafe 51. El Diente Apartments 52. Edith Gaylord House - Apartments; Campus Safety Office 53. Loomis Hall 54. Montgomery Hall 55. Ticknor Hall Offices: Food Service/ Bon Appetit; and Campus Parking 56. Breton Hall 57. Mathias Hall - Local Goods 58. Arthur House 59. Jackson House 60. Synergy House (1018) 61. Interfaith House 62. Synergy House (1006) 63. Lennox House Offices: Butler Center (co-location); The Glass House N. Weber - Senior Cottage N. Weber - Senior Cottage 69. Inn (CC Inn) an, es; College mmunity nd nance & Payroll; ts: do ces: enter; ponse & Varsity ing Gym; Biology g r Facility; tre nce ies; and 24. Dern House - Hulbert Center for Southwest Studies 25. Mierow House - Department: Education 26. Gill House 27. Tutt Library North Offices: Help Desk; Research Desk; Circulation and Reserves; Interlibrary Loan; Librarians South Offices: Accessibility Resources; Colket Center for Academic Excellence: ESL Specialist; Oral Communication Center; Quantitative Reasoning Center (QRC); Reading, Rhetoric and First Year Programs, and Ruth Barton Writing Center; Computer & Advanced Technology Labs; Crown Faculty Center; Learning Commons; and College Archives and Special Collections 28. Palmer Hall Gates Common Room; Departments: Geology; Economics & Business; History; Political Science; and Sociology 29. Russell T. Tutt Science Center Departments: Geology; Environmental Program; Mathematics & Computer Science; and Psychology 30. Barnes Science Center Departments: Anthropology; Molecular Biology; Chemistry and ; ITS: 31. Olin Hall/Olin Annex (Fishbowl) 49. Blanca Apartments 50. John Lord Knight Apartments Jerome P. McHugh Commons and Alumni Plaza; Preserve Cafe 51. El Diente Apartments 52. Edith Gaylord House - Apartments; Campus Safety Office 53. Loomis Hall 54. Montgomery Hall 55. Ticknor Hall Offices: Food Service/ Bon Appetit; and Campus Parking 56. Breton Hall 57. Mathias Hall - Local Goods 58. Arthur House 59. Jackson House 60. Synergy House (1018) 61. Interfaith House 62. Synergy House (1006) 63. Lennox House Offices: Butler Center (co-location); The Glass House N. Weber - Senior Cottage N. Weber - Senior Cottage 69. Inn (CC Inn) an, es; College mmunity nd nance & Payroll; ts: do ces: enter; ponse & Varsity ing Gym; Biology g r Facility; tre nce ies; and 24. Dern House - Hulbert Center for Southwest Studies 25. Mierow House - Department: Education 26. Gill House 27. Tutt Library North Offices: Help Desk; Research Desk; Circulation and Reserves; Interlibrary Loan; Librarians South Offices: Accessibility Resources; Colket Center for Academic Excellence: ESL Specialist; Oral Communication Center; Quantitative Reasoning Center (QRC); Reading, Rhetoric and First Year Programs, and Ruth Barton Writing Center; Computer & Advanced Technology Labs; Crown Faculty Center; Learning Commons; and College Archives and Special Collections 28. Palmer Hall Gates Common Room; Departments: Geology; Economics & Business; History; Political Science; and Sociology 29. Russell T. Tutt Science Center Departments: Geology; Environmental Program; Mathematics & Computer Science; and Psychology 30. Barnes Science Center Departments: Anthropology; Molecular Biology; Chemistry and ; ITS: 31. Olin Hall/Olin Annex (Fishbowl) 49. Blanca Apartments 50. John Lord Knight Apartments Jerome P. McHugh Commons and Alumni Plaza; Preserve Cafe 51. El Diente Apartments 52. Edith Gaylord House - Apartments; Campus Safety Office 53. Loomis Hall 54. Montgomery Hall 55. Ticknor Hall Offices: Food Service/ Bon Appetit; and Campus Parking 56. Breton Hall 57. Mathias Hall - Local Goods 58. Arthur House 59. Jackson House 60. Synergy House (1018) 61. Interfaith House 62. Synergy House (1006) 63. Lennox House Offices: Butler Center (co-location); The Glass House N. Weber - Senior Cottage N. Weber - Senior Cottage 69. Inn (CC Inn) an, es; College mmunity nd nance & Payroll; ts: do ces: enter; ponse & Varsity ing Gym; Biology g r Facility; tre nce ies; and 24. Dern House - Hulbert Center for Southwest Studies 25. Mierow House - Department: Education 26. Gill House 27. Tutt Library North Offices: Help Desk; Research Desk; Circulation and Reserves; Interlibrary Loan; Librarians South Offices: Accessibility Resources; Colket Center for Academic Excellence: ESL Specialist; Oral Communication Center; Quantitative Reasoning Center (QRC); Reading, Rhetoric and First Year Programs, and Ruth Barton Writing Center; Computer & Advanced Technology Labs; Crown Faculty Center; Learning Commons; and College Archives and Special Collections 28. Palmer Hall Gates Common Room; Departments: Geology; Economics & Business; History; Political Science; and Sociology 29. Russell T. Tutt Science Center Departments: Geology; Environmental Program; Mathematics & Computer Science; and Psychology 30. Barnes Science Center Departments: Anthropology; Molecular Biology; Chemistry and ; ITS: 31. Olin Hall/Olin Annex (Fishbowl) 49. Blanca Apartments 50. John Lord Knight Apartments Jerome P. McHugh Commons and Alumni Plaza; Preserve Cafe 51. El Diente Apartments 52. Edith Gaylord House - Apartments; Campus Safety Office 53. Loomis Hall 54. Montgomery Hall 55. Ticknor Hall Offices: Food Service/ Bon Appetit; and Campus Parking 56. Breton Hall 57. Mathias Hall - Local Goods 58. Arthur House 59. Jackson House 60. Synergy House (1018) 61. Interfaith House 62. Synergy House (1006) 63. Lennox House Offices: Butler Center (co-location); The Glass House N. Weber - Senior Cottage N. Weber - Senior Cottage 69. Inn (CC Inn) an, es; College mmunity nd nance & Payroll; ts: do ces: enter; ponse & Varsity ing Gym; Biology g r Facility; tre nce ies; and 24. Dern House - Hulbert Center for Southwest Studies 25. Mierow House - Department: Education 26. Gill House 27. Tutt Library North Offices: Help Desk; Research Desk; Circulation and Reserves; Interlibrary Loan; Librarians South Offices: Accessibility Resources; Colket Center for Academic Excellence: ESL Specialist; Oral Communication Center; Quantitative Reasoning Center (QRC); Reading, Rhetoric and First Year Programs, and Ruth Barton Writing Center; Computer & Advanced Technology Labs; Crown Faculty Center; Learning Commons; and College Archives and Special Collections 28. Palmer Hall Gates Common Room; Departments: Geology; Economics & Business; History; Political Science; and Sociology 29. Russell T. Tutt Science Center Departments: Geology; Environmental Program; Mathematics & Computer Science; and Psychology 30. Barnes Science Center Departments: Anthropology; Molecular Biology; Chemistry and ; ITS: 31. Olin Hall/Olin Annex (Fishbowl) 49. Blanca Apartments 50. John Lord Knight Apartments Jerome P. McHugh Commons and Alumni Plaza; Preserve Cafe 51. El Diente Apartments 52. Edith Gaylord House - Apartments; Campus Safety Office 53. Loomis Hall 54. Montgomery Hall 55. Ticknor Hall Offices: Food Service/ Bon Appetit; and Campus Parking 56. Breton Hall 57. Mathias Hall - Local Goods 58. Arthur House 59. Jackson House 60. Synergy House (1018) 61. Interfaith House 62. Synergy House (1006) 63. Lennox House Offices: Butler Center (co-location); The Glass House N. Weber - Senior Cottage N. Weber - Senior Cottage 69. Inn (CC Inn)

12 Ways to Give You may give by cash, check, credit card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover, or American Express), or appreciated securities. If your employer matches gifts, you may be able to double or even triple your impact. Forms are available through your employer s human resources department. All Parents Fund gifts are tax-deductible. Parent and Family Giving Parents are chief stakeholders. Their support is critical to ensure that students enjoy the worldclass educational and immersive learning opportunities that make a one-of-akind academic experience. In collaboration with parents, we can bolster innovative educational programs, deepen our scholarship, expand our reach, and cultivate the minds of our students. Roger Smith, director of parent and family giving Parents and Family Members For generations, parents and family members have given unrestricted gifts to support their students' transformative experience. Gifts made to the Parents Fund support every part of the CC experience ensuring that the college has the flexibility to innovate, attract the best faculty and students, and meet its highest priorities. As a member of the CC family, you are invited to help support exceptional experiences by making an annual gift through the Parents Fund. Your Impact Tuition is a huge investment; however, it covers only about two-thirds of the real costs associated with a Colorado College undergraduate education. The Parents Fund helps bridge the gap by supporting the college s annual operating budget, which helps support every part of the CC experience, including financial aid, faculty and academic programming, athletics, experiential career placement, independent research, outdoor education programs, global study, and our beautiful campus. Lead the Way: We invite you to participate in our recognition programs Parents who wish to give at the leadership level become annual members of one of our giving societies. Parents and family members automatically become members with any gift to the Colorado College Parents Fund of $1,874+ annually. In appreciation of this involvement and support, members are invited to special donor-recognition events on and off campus. The giving society levels are: The President s Circle $100,000 plus $50,000 $99,999 $25,000 $49,999 $10,000 $24,999 The 1874 Society $5,000 $9,999 (Summit) $2,500 $4,999 (Gold) $1,874 $2,499 (Black) A planned gift can enable you to support, while providing income and tax benefits to you and your family. Through gift planning vehicles such as bequest and life income gifts, you can achieve personal financial goals and make a meaningful gift to the college. CC has a robust charitable trust and charitable gift annuity program. For more information about the Parents Fund and giving to CC please contact: Roger Smith, director of parent and family giving, at or (719)

13 Be Involved! The Office of Parent and Family Relations invites and encourages all parents to become active members of the Colorado College community and to become involved in the life and mission of the college. By participating in the educational, community, philanthropic, and just-for-fun events and programs on and off campus and in your own backyard, you can experience many of the reasons your student feels there is nowhere else on planet Earth like. Volunteer Opportunities Share your knowledge of Colorado College with prospective students and their parents by attending a reception in your community. Visit alumni/stripes/ for more information. Volunteer to host or attend an event in your city. Contact the Alumni Relations Office at (719) Develop internships, fellowships, career opportunities, or mentor a student. Identify jobs and/or internships at your company or those of constituents in your area. Assist alumni and current students with career advice or share job and internship leads! Visit offices/careercenter/for-parents for more information. Travel and Educational Opportunities Travel to an exotic location! Parents and families are invited to participate in occasional trips sponsored by the Alumni Association. For more information, visit www. coloradocollege.edu/us/alumni/alumniassociation/travel-and-education.dot. Learn About the State of the Rockies. The State of the is in its 12th year, and seeks to increase public understanding of vital issues affecting the Rockies. All State of the Rockies events are free and open to the public, who are encouraged to join the ongoing discussion of the issues that affect our beautiful yet fragile region. Learn more about the project for , Large Area and Landscape Conservation in the Rocky Mountain West: Conserving Communities, Economies, and Environments at stateoftherockies

14 Half Block 2015 now provides non-credit Half Block offerings for students that include professional development sessions, skill building workshops, and exam preparation for those who plan to further their education after graduation. During the Half Block 2015, these four- to eight-day sessions will be offered between January 6 and January 15. Students can sign up for sessions that interest them through their Summit accounts. Although there are exceptions for a few courses, most offerings are free. Some of the career-oriented topics will include: Entrepreneurial Interest: What It Takes to Launch Your Innovative Venture An intensive crash course in startups that will cover the essentials needed to plan, launch, and execute a successful startup. Digital Storytelling Students will write, record, and produce a 3-to-4 minute firstperson narrated digital story. Fullbridge Careers Exposes students to the broad variety of careers in sports, creative arts, or the public policy and service industries and key job entry points. Careers in the Health Professions Student will learn from various health professionals as they discuss the paths that took them into their careers in health care. The Writing Life: How to Create a Career Out of Making Things Up Internationally bestselling author Andrew Pyper will answer students nuts-and-bolts questions about the business of writing and will workshop students creative concepts from the ground up so they can avoid common pitfalls and create something that will cast a spell over the marketplace. Students will also be able to gain and put into practice valuable skills needed after graduation: Talk:ology Students will learn successful ways to communicate in professional settings, effective communication in many of CC's seminar-style courses, how to communicate in groups and teams, and the art of persuasion. Foundations in Leadership This course will focus on development theory, selfunderstanding, authentic leadership, and professional development as it relates to topics in leadership! Students can begin to prepare for their professional transition through the Modern World of Work Your Journey Starts Now and Your Transition sessions. Those planning to continue their education after graduation can prepare for entrance exams such as the GRE and LSAT in the Princeton Review Prep series. Students will also have the opportunity to attend Contemporary Conversations around vital topics including Race and Place and Democracy. Learn more at

15 SECOND SEMESTER Academic Calendar Date August 23 (Saturday 8 a.m.) August 28 (Thursday) Aug. 23 Aug. 31 (Saturday Sunday) August 30 (Saturday 8 a.m.) September 1 (Monday 9 a.m.) FIRST SEMESTER 2014 Description Residence halls open for new students College Fall Conference New Student Orientation Residence halls open for returning students Opening Convocation September 1 (Monday 10:30 a.m.) Instruction begins: Block 1 September 24 (Wednesday) End of Block 1 September 29 (Monday) Beginning of Block 2 September 29 October 10 (Monday Friday) October (Friday Sunday) October (Friday Sunday) New student registration for Blocks 3 8 Homecoming Weekend Family Weekend October 22 (Wednesday) End of Block 2 October 27 (Monday) Beginning of Block 3 November 19 (Wednesday) End of Block 3 November 24 (Monday) Beginning of Block 4 November (Thursday Sunday) December 19 (Friday) December 20 (Saturday) Thanksgiving Break End of Block 4 at noon; Beginning of Winter Break Residence halls close at noon Date January 4 (Sunday, 8 a.m.) January 5 15 (Monday Thursday) January 10 (Saturday) January (Saturday Saturday) January 19 (Monday) Description Residence Halls open Half Block Winter-starts move in residence halls Winter Start Orientation Registration for all students January 19 (Monday) Beginning of Block 5 February 11 (Wednesday) End of Block 5 February 16 (Monday) Beginning of Block 6 March 11 (Wednesday) End of Block 6 March 12 (Thursday) March 22 (Sunday, 8 a.m.) Beginning of Spring Break; residence halls close at noon Residence halls open March 23 (Monday) Beginning of Block 7 March 23 April 3 (Monday Friday) April 15 (Wednesday) End of Block 7 Preregistration for all students April 20 (Monday) Beginning of Block 8 May 5 (Tuesday) Honors Convocation May 13 (Wednesday) End of Block 8 May 14 (Thursday) May 17 (Sunday) May 18 (Monday) Residence halls close at noon Baccalaureate Commencement

16 Important Numbers Academic Affairs (Dean of the College) (719) Accessibility Resources (719) Campus Safety, Emergency Only (719) Campus Safety, Non-Emergency (719) Career Center (719) Chaplains' Office (Spiritual Life) (719) Counseling Center (719) Financial Aid (719) Health Center (719) Information Desk, Worner Center (719) Mail Room, Students (719) Parent Relations (719) Registrar (719) Residential Life and (719) Student Accounts and Gold Card (719) Student Life (Dean of Students) (719) Wellness Resource Center (719)

17 Area Resources For more area resources visit Places to Stay Avenue Hotel B & B 711 Manitou Ave. Manitou Springs, CO (719) Please see ad on p. 11. Hyatt Place Colorado Springs 503 W. Garden of the Gods Rd. Colorado Springs, CO (719) coloradosprings.place.hyatt.com Please see ad on p. 31. Lennox House Bed And Breakfast 1339 N. Nevada Ave. Colorado Springs, CO (719) Please see ad on p. 29. Where to Eat Blue Star 1645 S. Tejon St. Colorado Springs, CO (719) Please see ad on p. 25. Famous Steak House 31 N. Tejon Colorado Springs, CO (719) Please see ad on p. 27. The Omelette Parlor 900 E. Fillmore St. Colorado Springs, CO (719) parlor.com Please see ad on p. 30. Where to Shop UniversityParent College Laundry Bag b00k0ustye Please see ad on p. 14. UniversityParent s Guide to Supporting your Student s Freshman Year Supporting-Your-Students-Freshman/ dp/ Please see ad on p. 17. Whole Foods Market Pikes Peak 7635 N. Academy Colorado Springs, CO (719) Please see ad on p. 7. Additional Services College Student Storage (303) Please see ad on p. 16. Colorado Springs Shuttle 1207 S. Nevada Ave., Unit B Colorado Springs, CO (719) Please see ad on p. 23. UniversityParent E-News For advertising inquiries, please contact UniversityParent at (855) or

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