We are all about relationships, being intentional and purposeful in all that we do, and having the greatest positive influence on the unique adventure that is Colorado College. Because we are a residential college, life in our residence halls is a central part of the holistic learning experience that characterizes a liberal arts education. Mission Statement and Core Values.
Our students live in a diverse neighborhood of traditional residence halls, historic mansions and modern apartments. However, it is the people who are central to creating the multiple “teachable moments” and learning opportunities that grow naturally out of the frequent interactions our residents have with one another and with our faculty and staff.
We are pleased that you are visiting our website and hope you’ll be able to take advantage of this resource. For housing operation questions please visit our Housing Operations page.
What is a Residential Campus?
Colorado College has a three year live-on requirement for all students. The residential requirement is a critical part of the Colorado College experience. Students may apply to live off campus if they meet one or more of the following qualifications:
Are married or are same-sex domestic partners as substantiated by the college
Have dependent children living with them
Will live with their parent(s) or legal guardian in Colorado Springs
Are 23 years of age or older
Note that signing a lease without off-campus housing approval does not exempt a student from financial responsibility for an assigned space in campus housing.
The Office of Residential Life & Campus Activities works in synergy with the Office of Housing & Conferences to maintain student residences, housing assignments and general housing projects. The Office of Housing & Conferences is responsible for the overall operation of all the residence halls during the academic year and summer session as well as managing and coordinating housing for seasonal conferences.