Housing & Meal Charges
As a graduate student, you are welcome to stay on campus for the duration of your classes. Availability and prices for housing options vary depending on the time of the request.
Graduate students will be housed in an apartment in Breton Hall, 1131 N Cascade. The rate is $35 per night.
If you would like to stay on campus this summer, please email Meghan Ortiz for more information. You will also need to submit a Housing Application.
Students can select one of three meal plan options, or pay at the door for meals one at a time. If a meal plan is selected, it will be loaded on your student ID card.
At Rastall, you can find everything from "traditional" comfort foods to international delicacies to nutritious vegetarian and vegan options. At the all-you-can eat buffet-style dining hall, you can choose from a giant salad and sandwich bar filled with local, seasonal produce; a grill station offering all-natural beef and antibiotic-free chicken; hand-made pizzas and pastas; Southeast Asian cuisine; and even an omelet bar during weekend brunch!
Summer Meal Plans through Bon Appétit
Meal plans are based on a dollar amount and will be loaded on your CC ID card. Your meal-plan dollars are called Tiger Bucks, and they can be used for meals in Rastall Dining Hall and/or café goods at Colorado Coffee. Meal prices will be subtracted from your Tiger Bucks at the following rates:
Breakfast - $7.65; Lunch - $9.80; Dinner - $12.90
|Meal Plan||Charge Per Block|
|Option I: $524 for meals charged at the rates listed, and cafe goods||$524|
|Option II: $320 worth of meals charged at the rates listed, and cafe goods||$320|
|Option III: $115 for meals charged at the rates listed, and cafe goods||$115|
All meal plans expire at the end of Block B. There are no refunds.
Purchasing a Meal Plan if not Residing On-Campus
Students not living on-campus can purchase one of the meal plans listed above by emailing Gina Davis in student accounts with the following information:
- CC ID number
- Meal Plan Option Number (I, II, or II, per above)
The charge will be billed to your student account.
Alternatively, you can go to the Student Account office, #116 in the Spencer Center to request and/or pay for your meal plan.
Mail for non-CC students
Visiting Summer Session students staying on campus will be assigned a temporary student Worner Mail Box number. Please use the following address to receive packages and/or mail sent to Colorado College on a visiting student's behalf:
Worner Box #T (here one will enter the mail box number followed by the "T")
14 E Cache la Poudre St
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Mail may be picked up at the post office located in Central Services Building located at 815 N. Tejon Street. All packages and luggage sent to arrive prior to the beginning of Block A should be marked “Please Hold For Incoming Summer Session Student.”
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