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Worner is home to the mail room, the book store, a pool table, conference rooms, study lounges, faculty offices, and two dining halls - three stories are a must.

Worner Center

The energy around Worner at noon is one of the best things about the Block Plan. Because everyone gets out of class at the same time, on sunny days it can feel like the whole campus is outside eating lunch in clusters on the grass. The backdrop to all of these picnics is Pikes Peak and, more often than not, lots of frisbee throwing, dog walking, and slack lining.

Student activities are always happening on the Worner Quad.

Worner is the central hub of campus. It is home to Rastall Dining Hall, the Student Government Association, the Center for Global Education & Field Study, and the Career Center. On the lower level you'll find the CC Bookstore and the Arts and Crafts studios, where you can take adjunct courses to learn ceramics, weaving, screen printing, and jewelry making.