Student Research Resources
One of the ways Colorado College creates a superb liberal arts learning environment is to support student research experiences. Our research-active faculty scholars mentor students in collaborative research during the academic year, as well as in the summer. During summer research students also participate in co-curricular educational programming to further support their learning.
Steps to Get Involved
Just starting to think about how to find research opportunities? Read more about the steps to get started in student research.
Research by Topic
Colorado College faculty members conduct research in many areas of study, ranging from the lab and field sciences, social sciences, humanities, performing arts to community engaged research. Explore the research in CC's departments and interdisciplinary programs, as well as research opportunities by topics outside of CC.
Research Grants, Fellowships, and Scholarships
The Dean's Office supports a number of academic grants for independent research, student initiatives, and students presenting research at conferences. Colorado College also has grant opportunities available in addition to academic grants.
For Faculty and Staff
Information for faculty and staff on how to process scholarships and fellowships, issue departmental awards, and read about additional opportunities and support for student research.
Every year at Family and Friends Weekend, students present their research at CC's Student Research Symposium. Additionally, students have many opportunities to present their research on campus, regionally, and nationally.
CC provides funding for students to present their research at regional and national conferences, giving an opportunity for students to share their research, learn about cutting edge research in the field, and network with scholars and professionals.
Listen to these student research podcasts! Students from across the disciplines have worked with Professor Ryan Bañagale to create podcasts of their research.
Students participate in workshops for professional development, travel on field trips, and meet guest lecturers as a part of the co-curricular research program in the summer.
Frequently Asked Questions
Student Collaborative Research Program Coordinator
Tutt Library 230B