About Tutt Library

Charles L. Tutt Library is a hub for research, learning, and intellectual community, providing welcoming and inclusive space for students to learn, grow, and thrive at Colorado College.

Acknowledgement of Indigenous Territory: Colorado College is located within the unceded territory of the Ute Peoples. The earliest documented peoples also include the Apache, Arapaho, Comanche, and Cheyenne. An extended list of tribes with a legacy of occupation in Colorado is included here: Colorado Tribal Acknowledgement List.


Tutt Library supports Colorado College's inquiry-based curriculum with:


Tutt Library's vision is to be one of the finest liberal arts college libraries in the country, responsive to the distinctive rhythms of the Block Plan and rooted in Colorado College's sense of place.


Tutt Library's mission is to foster intellectual exploration and discovery. We fulfill this mission in partnership with the Colorado College community in a number of ways:

Delivering research expertise, collections, services, and technologies to support Colorado College's academic mission and the rhythms of the Block Plan.

Creating an inclusive environment that respects, appreciates, and enriches all individuals and groups in our diverse community.

Serving as a hub for academic excellence programs, scholarship, learning, and discovery in a range of collaborative, reflective, and creative spaces.

Teaching students to discover, create, and use information and knowledge with rigor and integrity.

Preserving and sharing Colorado College's intellectual and creative works and building distinctive collections related to our sense of place.

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