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The Student Life Office

Questions about life circumstances and the impact on your academics? Curious about transitioning into our local community? Considering taking a leave of absence? During our scholastic journey we may encounter issues outside of the classroom and need to make some tough decisions.

"At first I was scared of asking for help, but help is all around me on this campus."
                                                                                                                     - Xong Chang '18

The Student Life Office is a place to seek support in times of crisis or distress, to obtain a leave of absence or withdraw, during conduct proceedings, or for any support related to the student experience.

Student Initiative Resources

For students needing funding for initiatives, check out these funding opportunities for students, where you can find the many sources of CC student grants - from the Keller Family Venture Grant, to funding for unpaid summer internships, to summer research experiences, to projects for sustainability and peace, to financial aid for study abroad, to emergency support. The President's Office and the Office of the Dean have added resources and joined forces to make high-impact educational experiences available and accessible to even more students.

Sexual assault response and prevention

The sexual assault response and prevention office (SARP) provides confidential support, information, and referrals to survivors and others whose lives have been affected by sexual violence, sexual misconduct and intimate partner violence. Our vision is to help create an environment where sexual and interpersonal violence are not tolerated, and we strive to reduce the incidents and consequences of sexual misconduct on the Colorado College campus through education, outreach, healthy dialogue about sexuality and relationships, and supportive services. 

Support is available 24/7 for anyone who may Need Help or information on How to Report a Sexual Assault. The SARP office is located on the second floor of Worner Center in room 219, and can be reached by email or telephone. Office: (719) 227-8101  On-call advocate: (719) 602-0960