High School Summer Housing
Each summer, Colorado College offers various summer programs that are open to high school students. As part of this program, housing is available for these sessions.
As with all Colorado College students, high school summer session students are expected to assume responsibility for their conduct, both in the classroom and in their residential environment. However, we recognize the fact that nearly all of the students participating in this program are minors and that the College has an obligation to exercise a greater degree of control over student behavior and activities than would be the case during the academic year.
With this in mind, Colorado College has developed special policies for these students who live on campus during their summer session. The following policies are to be maintained for the duration of your time in residence at Colorado College. These are the minimum standards – Residential Life and Housing and the Summer Programs Office reserve the right to enact additional expectations for particular programs as appropriate.
Any residents who do not follow these policies will face consequences ranging from warning or probation to dismissal from the program. Note: Because the summer session is very short and intense, the effects of policy violations are more severe on the individual and the community. Therefore, students will likely be removed from the program (at their own expense) rather than given educational sanctions. Furthermore, dismissal from the program would likely have to be reported on an admissions application and may affect the student’s admission to Colorado College or other institutions.
For a full list of these policies, please see the Residential Program Policies for High School Students.