Resident & Family Resources


This page is intended to help students, parents and family navigate their way around the Housing & Residential Experience website. We have taken the pages related to the most frequently requested information or questions from students, parents and families related to the Housing & Residential Experience and condensed the links to each page here for you. Our goal is to assist you in understanding the living communities within our halls, Housing & Residence Experience Policies and Procedures on our campus and other helpful resources.

Please also visit our FAQ page for more frequently asked questions and answers!

Following is a list of resources that we find useful in answering most questions and concerns.

Learn about closing policies related to the residence communities as well as learn more about Move-out procedures on the Move-Out Page! If there are further questions, please contact the Housing Office via email at
Campus, Metro & Bike transportation information can be found here

On-campus parking information and regulations can be found Parking Office at Colorado College


Traveling by Plane to Colorado Springs: If you will be flying to Colorado, we recommend that you fly directly into Colorado Springs (COS).  Upon arrival to the COS airport, you will be able to take a Taxi/Lyft/Uber to campus.

Traveling by Plane to Denver: If you will be arriving in Denver and cannot take a flight to Colorado Springs, you will need to take an airport shuttle to Colorado Springs.

  • Groome Transportationoffers direct shuttle service between Denver International airport (DIA) and Colorado Springs every day of the year. Reservations are recommended to ensure you have a seat. Check out or call 1-719-687-3456 for details on arrival times and to book your reservation.
  • Please Note:Groome Transportation will drop you off directly at the CC campus in front of the Boettcher Health Center (building #23 on the campus map) if you call to make your reservation and indicate that you are a "prospective student." Otherwise, the closest drop off point to the campus is the Antlers Hotel. From the Antlers Hotel, you can request an Uber/Lyft/Taxi to get you to campus.

Welcome home! The Office of Housing and Residential Experience thrives to enhances students’ personal, interpersonal, and intellectual growth by creating safe and inclusive environments, producing innovative programs and services, and fostering meaningful relationships.

Upon your acceptance to CC, you will receive your email. All communication about housing selection will be sent out in late May/ early June!

Learn more what your student should, can and can’t bring to campus at various times during their residential journey see our What to Bring page

Concerned about your student’s living situation? Encourage them to connect with their Residential Life Coordinator

Learn about Meal Plans and Dining & Food Services available to your student. Meal Plans are required for the school year. All students in Traditional Halls and Small Houses will need to be on the full meal plan. Students in apartments will be on the Apartment Meal Plan. 

For a meal plan exemption:

Contact Student Accountsfor general Billing questions

Contact the Housing Office via email at if you have housing or residential specific charge or bill questions

Learn about the Mail Center and how to send mail and packages to your student! Due to FERPA, we cannot disclose your students room or CC Box Information. 
Help your student navigate technology issues and needs by visiting or scheduling a meeting with the Office of Information Technology

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Laundry Services

(Please Note: Detergent and Dryer Sheets are NOT provided)


Check Washer/Dryer Availability Online

LaundryView is a web-based application that allows you to check the availability of washers and dryers in your residence hall before going to the laundry room.

Visit and search in Colorado College to try it out!


Customer Service

For customer service or maintenance issues please call CSC ServiceWorks at 1-800-762-3452 or visit to fill out a service request form for any machine repairs.


How to do laundry & Washing/Drying Tips below:

(more guides coming soon!)

Laundry 101

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Maintenance Resources

Submit a work order for any maintenance needs via the Service/Maintenance Request Site. Select "Res-Life" under "Work Request" for housing work orders. By submitting your work order yourself, you will receive updates on your work order as well as scheduling and additional support information. 

If you experience any difficulty navigating the Maintenance Request Site, please let your RA or Front Desk Coordinator know and they can support you! 

In addition to the Facilities Services department, the Office of Housing counts on five full-time housing maintenance workers to take care of our residential buildings on weekdays from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.

For emergencies during the evenings or on weekends, call your RA on-call in your respective community first and then Campus Safety at (719)389-6707 if necessary. 

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