FAQs for Parents
How do I find out about:
...events on campus?
...my student becomes ill or there is an emergency and I need to reach my student? (back to top)
- Boettcher Student Health Center
- Dean of Students
- Campus Safety
- Local Hospitals:
Memorial Health Systems: (719) 365-5000
Penrose-St. Francis: (719) 776-5000
...I need to discuss my student's financial aid package? Where can I find scholarship and loan information? (back to top)
- Financial Aid office
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
- Federal Direct Loans
- FastWeb: a free scholarship search
...I want to send mail or a package to my student? (back to top)
Worner Box #_____
902 North Cascade Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80946
...I want to see my student's grade reports, transcripts and find out how they are performing academically? (back to top)
Your student will need to contact the Registrar's office.
College students' records are protected by the Family Educational Right and Privacy Act (FERPA). It restricts institutions from releasing grades and other educational records without the student's written permission. Students may view their grades online through the student ACCESS system after grades have been submitted and recorded by the registrar's office. The only way for parents to see their child's grades is if the student makes a written request for a transcript to be sent home from the registrar's office. Colorado College does not mail grade reports home.
...my student is experiencing personal issues and would like to seek counseling? (back to top)
- The Colorado College counseling center offers 24 hour emergency mental health services and a myriad of counseling services such as:
Disability Services, Individual Counseling, Couples Counseling, Consultations, Medication Management and prescribing by our psychiatrist, Group Counseling, Mental Health Assessments, Substance Abuse Assessments, Workshops, Referrals to off-campus services, Limited Psychological Testing, Coordination with outside professionals, 24-hour Emergency Services.
- Students are also encouraged to speak with their residential advisor and/or residential life staff.
- Dean of Students
- Chaplain at Shove Chapel
- Community Services:
Colorado Springs Crisis Center, (719) 635-7000
Center for Prevention of Domestic Violence, (719) 633-3819
Rape Crisis Center and TDD, (719) 633-3819
...I want to send a cake/goodie basket to my student? (back to top)
...my student needs some personal money? How much do you suggest? (back to top)
The financial aid office uses an estimated budget of $952 for personal spending money a year. This is an average of $119 each block for expenses such as personal products, pizza, occasional recreational activities, etc. The budget for books is $1,182 a year or about $147.75 per block.
Winter Start Orientation
January 11-12, 2014
Parent programming Saturday evening and Sunday morning