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Academic Development

Perhaps more significant than the physical development of the campus is its academic vigor. The college’s curriculum includes a number of special programs: Southwest studies, feminist and gender studies, Asian studies, biochemistry, environmental sciences, neuroscience, Latin American studies, Russian and Eurasian studies, and race and ethnic studies, as well as a strong across-the-curriculum writing program, and a thriving Summer Session.

Visually, Cutler Hall and the mountain view are about all that remain of the college’s physical beginnings, but the changes cannot obscure real continuities. Colorado College remains dedicated to the traditional principles of a liberal arts and sciences education as envisioned by its founders more than 125 years ago.

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