Lifestyle and Living Communities

Lifestyle & Living Community Housing Application Process

2022-2023 Housing Selection dates will be posted at a later date.

Step One: Complete the Online Housing Agreement

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

Housing Agreement available - February 9, 2022

Housing Agreement due - March 9, 2022

Where can I find it? Banner Student Housing

Step Two: Complete the Lifestyle & Living Community Application

Application available - February 18, 2022

Application due - March 18, 2022

Where to find the application: Lifestyle & Living Community Application 

Step Three: Offers for

Lifestyle & Living Community Housing Placements

Students receive placement offers - April 1, 2022

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

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.

Lifestyle Communities refers 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:
(719) 389-6618
(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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