Information for Conference Planners
Conferences can be held on campus from June through the third week in July and it is never too early to begin the planning process. Please see the Conference Planning Timeline to better understand the planning process.
For more information check out our 2015 Planning Guide below.
||Mission statement, welcome letter, contact information, and guidelines for facility use|
||Information about Colorado Springs and Colorado College|
Steps to planning a conference at Colorado College, floor plans, and services provided
|Audio visual services rate sheet|
||Emergency protocol and parking map|
||Bon Appѐtit menu and prices; Request to Serve Alcohol Form|
|Common room set-ups, equipment price list, event labor fees, typical set-ups and cost, and transportation costs|
||Software packages, computer labs, and 2014 Lab Agreement|
||List of additional services provided, car rental information, and a sample logistics report|
||Check in/check out, dining hall information, housing information, Adam F. Press Fitness center guidelines, and Coburn Gallery guidelines|
||Downtown Colorado Springs map, lodging, restaurants, attractions, and more|
The links below describe the planning process. Please review the links to ensure you are aware of the logistics involved in planning and confirming your conference.
During the conference planning process, you will work directly with Conference Services and we will work with other departments on campus to ensure you have the facilities, resources, and supplies necessary to make your conference successful. This page serves as a one-stop-shop for all your conference planning needs.
Please explore each link to learn more about the exceptional services we provide at Colorado College.
|Residential Life housing information.|
Rastall Dining Hall in the Worner Student Center serves as the main dining area for conference guests. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, meals are served cafeteria-style with many options at each meal. Dining services are provided by Bon Appѐtit food service, which prides itself on using fresh, authentic ingredients.
For additional information about Rastall Dining Hall and other campus eateries, please click here.
Whether you are looking to cater a coffee break or a large banquet for participants, our caterers can meet your needs. Catering Information.
Audio Visual provides many services to our conference guests.
Audio Visual Rates - General rates for your needs
Audio Visual Equipped Rooms - Check the list to see if the room you want to use is already equipped with what you need.
Information Technology Services at Colorado College seeks to ensure participants are able to fulfill their computing needs while at their conference. Additionally, computer labs with a variety of programs are available for conference use. Please review the links below to explore the computing options at CC.
Events services provides a variety of classroom and banquet set up options to create the perfect conference setting.
We offer Transportation as a part of our conference services.
If you are coming from the Denver International Airport or the Colorado Springs Airport and are needing transportation not associated with Conferences.
From the Denver International Airport you have the option of the Colorado Springs Shuttle. Click here to go to their website. You can also call them at 719.687.3456 or 877.587.3456.
From the Colorado Springs Airport you have a number of options. Click here to see them.
|Central Services handles mail, printing, and copying services. The post office is located on the lower level of Worner Campus Center, where you may purchase stamps, parcel post, overnight mail, and UPS services. This post office is open 8 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. on weekdays.
The Central Services main office is located at 815 North Tejon Street and is the main offset printing and copy center. Printing and copying are available from 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m. weekdays for conference guests.
Colorado College offers additional services for conference planners to provide an enhanced conference experience for participants, including recreational facility costs and use of the Baca Campus. Please click on the pdf file below to view them and see if you would like them as a part of your conference.