Student Research Opportunities
Colorado College's mission is to provide a superb liberal arts education for our students and one of the ways we achieve this goal is through providing student research experiences in the academic year and summer. Research students also participate in co-curricular educational programming during the summer and in the academic year to further support their learning.
Each summer at Colorado College, over 100 students are engaged in on-campus and off-campus summer research with a faculty mentor. If you are a student interested in summer research, learn more about how to get involved, get to know your professors' research expertise, explore what kinds of research projects students have done in summers past by looking at past symposium programs, and look ahead at the summer professional development programming.
Start early: In January and early February, contact faculty members to ask about summer research experience
Every fall at family weekend, we celebrate the research collaborations in a Summer Faculty-Student Research Symposium. Attend the symposium or visit the symposium's webpage to learn more about other students' projects.
Student Collaborative Research Program Coordinator
Tutt Library 230B