Lifestyle and Living Communities

Application Process

2022-2023 Application Process for Lifestyle & Living Communities have closed. However please update your 'Preferences' in Student Housing Banner to reflect any interest and we can use that to consider any additional placement offers throughout the academic year.

 

The 2023-2024 Housing Selection dates and instructions will be posted at a later date.

As part of the process of living on-campus, all students must complete the Online Housing Agreement.

Housing Agreement available - 2023 Date TBA

Housing Agreement due - 2023 Date TBA

Where can I find it? Banner Student Housing

Application available - 2023 Date TBA

Application due - 2023 Date TBA

Where to find the application: 2023 Application & Link TBA

Students receive placement offers - 2023 Date TBA

Students are assigned to the space and will not be able to participate in Room Selection.

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Lifestyle & Living Community Options

Living communities are on-campus residential living spaces that consist of students that agree to a specific set of community guidelines and hold similar social identities or interests.

  • Mathias 1 West (rooms 100-115)
  • Enclave is a 1st- and 2nd-year community that serves as an enclave for students who are committed to deepening their understanding of "cultural enclaves" and "safe spaces" on campus. This multi-cultural community is committed to social justice, equity and inclusion.
  • Lennox House
  • Lennox House is a multi-cultural student space that provides a safe space for the promotion of multi-cultural awareness, support, and social justice programming for BIPOC students.
  • Lennox House is only for continuing students (2nd-, 3rd-, and 4th-year students)
  • First & Second Year PRIDE
    • Mathias 3 West (rooms 300-315)
    • PRIDE is a 1st- and 2nd-year community committed to enhancing the knowledge and education around gender and sexual diversity. This is a community dedicated to celebrating queer life on campus.
  • Continuing Students PRIDE
    • Fleming House
    • PRIDE is a community of continuing students (2nd-, 3rd-, and 4th-year students) committed to enhancing the knowledge and education around gender and sexual diversity. This is a community dedicated to celebrating queer life on campus.
  • South Hall 3rd floor south/southwest (rooms 354-385)
  • Outdoor Education is 1st and 2nd year-living community that is committed to enhancing the knowledge, skills, and leadership of students through outdoor and community service experiences.
  • McGregor 1st and 2nd floor (rooms 100-220)
  • The Arts Community is open to all expressions of art in order to build a collaborative and creative space for all artists.
  • Blanca 2nd floor
  • Revitalizing Nation is a community dedicated to the exploration and expression of the traditional and contemporary aspects of Native American and Indigenous intellectual, social, cultural, and spiritual life on campus.

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Lifestyle Communities refer to a living preference around like-minded and/or similarly identifying individuals

  • Loomis 126-149, South 432-448, and Arthur House
  • Substance-Free communities hold specific community expectations around substance use.
    • Note that South and Arthur communities are also 24-Hour Quiet Communities.
  • South 432-448 and Arthur House
  • 24-Hour Quiet communities hold specific community expectations around quiet hours.
    • Note that South and Arthur communities are also Substance-Free Communities.
  • Loomis ground floor and Montgomery Hall
  • All Women communities are open for all women-identifying students.

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Contact Info

Bemis Hall, Room 139
920 N Cascade Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Housing:
P  (719) 389-6618
F  (719) 389-7258
housing@coloradocollege.edu

Front Desks:
Loomis Hall: (719) 389-6229
Mathias Hall: (719) 389-6254
South Hall: (719) 389-6300

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