Frequently Asked Questions
How do I withdraw with intent to return, or take a leave of absence? What if I am considering withdrawing?
Contact the Student Life Office at (719) 389-6689 to explain the situation. We will help you to arrange a meeting with the Senior Assistant Dean of Students, Cesar Cervantes, to formally set up your leave of absence. Topics covered include course schedules, financial aid/scholarships, medical documentation requirements, and meal plans.
How do I take a single block off, drop a class, or take a class pass/fail?
Go to the Registrar's Office in Armstrong Hall to discuss any changes to your schedule or grade track.
What if I have questions about Student Honor and Community Standards processes and procedures?
The Student Honor and Community Standards can be found online in The Pathfinder, CC's student guide. For more information, contact the Student Life Office at (719) 389-6689 to set up an appointment with Senior Assistant Dean of Students, Cesar Cervantes.
Do I have any disciplinary records? How do I report this to graduate school?
Contact the Student Life Office at (719) 389-6689 to find out what is in your record and make an appointment with the Senior Assistant Dean of Students, Cesar Cervantes. Also review CC’s policy on disclosure, as stated in The Pathfinder under (H) Policy on Disciplinary Conduct Records.
Who do I talk to if I need emergency funds? What do I need to do to receive emergency funding?
Resources for emergencies are available for high-need students and students in crisis facing unexpected financial needs. These funds are administered by John Lauer, Associate Vice President for Student Life, located in Bemis Hall 120, and can be reached at (719) 389-6200. Students in need are asked to meet in person with John or reach out to the Student Life Office. Emergency funds are made possible through the generous donations from alumni, parents, and friends of Colorado College.