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    Support Services

    CC has resources to help when it comes to the safety and assistance of you and your peers, whenever and wherever needed.

    Campus Safety

    (719) 389-6911 [Emergency]
    (719) 389-6707 [Non-emergency]
    Located: 833 N Tejon St.
    Mission: Campus Safety at Colorado College works in close cooperation with the Colorado Springs Police Department, Fire Department, and emergency personnel to emphasize the importance of a safe environment and to provide a variety of services on and off campus. Campus Safety officers are on duty 24/7 to provide services via foot patrol, bike patrol, cart patrol, dispatch, SUV, and "Safe Ride" van.

    "Safe Ride" Program

    (719) 389-6340
    Hours of Operation: 8 p.m. - 1 a.m. (Sun-Thurs); 9 p.m. - 2 a.m. (Fri-Sat)
    Mission: The Campus "Safe Ride" Program is a team of CC student escorts available to drive students across campus or within a six-block radius beyond campus every day of the academic year.

    Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC)

    (719) 227-8101
    (719) 602-0960 [On call advocate]
    Worner Campus Center
    The Sexual Assault Response Coordinator is a Colorado College staff member trained in working with issues surrounding sexual assault and misconduct.

    Counseling and Psychological Services

    (719) 389-6093
    Located: Boettcher Health Center
    Mission: Counseling and Psychological Services is a confidential place where students can receive psychological consultation, short-term counseling, and information on a variety of issues.

    Student Health Center

    (719) 389-6384
    Located: East of Loomis; 1106 North Cascade Avenue
    Mission: Colorado College proudly partners with DaVita Medical Group to provide students with urgent medical evaluation and treatment for illness, injury and routine preventative care. A variety of medical professionals, including a physician, nurse practitioners, medical assistants and registered nurses provide 24/7 coverage during fall and spring semesters by appointment or on a walk-in basis. Limited retail pharmacy items are also available. Student insurance plans are accepted.

    Wellness Resource Center

    (719) 389-6211
    Located: Worner Campus Center
    Mission: The Wellness Resource Center works to create an environment which nurtures the development of the whole person and empowers individuals to make healthy lifestyle choices. In our work in the Wellness Resource Center, we focus on the connections and intersections between different domains of wellness: Intellectual, Socio-cultural, Emotional, Physical, Spiritual, Environmental and Career/Financial. We work to coordinate and integrate campus-wide efforts to promote health and prevent health problems.

    Accessibility Resources

    (719) 227-8285
    Located: Armstrong Hall, Room 211
    Mission: We collaborate with the Colorado College community to ensure that all aspects of campus life are accessible, equitable, and inclusive for people who experience disabilities.

    Advising Hub

    (719) 389-6657 or (719) 389-6685
    Located: Tutt Library 230A, 230B
    Mission: The Advising Hub works in collaboration with all faculty and departments across CC to connect students with campus resources, academic advisors, fellowships and upcoming campus events.The Advising Hub serves as a students’ one-stop shop for exploring majors, fellowships, career paths, and various other resources available at CC.

    Butler Center

    (719) 389-6338
    Located: Worner Campus Center
    Mission: The Butler Center, named for one of the earliest African American alums who invested in the future of CC, serves as the hub of diversity, inclusion, intercultural exchange, equity, and empowerment for the Colorado College community. It is a catalyst for this important work that is shared by many departments and people.

    Career Center

    (719) 389-6893
    Located: Morreale House, 1130 N. Cascade Ave.
    Mission: The Career Center supports the liberal arts mission of the college by engaging students in the process of self-assessment, career exploration, and decision-making. The Career Center library has extensive information on internships, career opportunities, and graduate schools.

    Center for Global Education & Field Study

    (719) 389-6024
    Located: Armstrong Hall, Rooms 213-218
    Mission:The Center for Global Education & Field Study serves students who study off-campus, incoming international students, faculty who lead students on off-campus programs, and international faculty who require immigration services.

    Chaplains' Office

    (719) 389-6638
    Shove Chapel and Interfaith House
    College Chaplain Kate Holbrook is a confidential resource available to support you during personal crisis, navigating conflicts and exploring spiritual questions.

    Colket Center for Academic Excellence

    Located: Tutt Library 240
    Mission:The Colket Center for Academic Excellence at Colorado College partners with faculty, departments, and programs to provide students with the finest liberal arts education in the country. In an academic climate calibrated to challenge all students, the Colket Center facilitates student learning, cultivates intellectual community, and supports students in developing skills they can apply broadly across and beyond the curriculum.