Welcome to Student Opportunities and Advising Hub
COVID UPDATE: Mathias and South Hall Quarantined
As you may have already seen from the CC Communications email today (8/29/20), Mathias Hall and South Hall are now under quarantine. CC 100 faculty members have been emailed and asked to reach out to their students to let them know about any changes for class on Monday. If your class was already remote or flex, there may be no need for any changes.
Please remember that even though students are in quarantine, you are expected to continue your engagement with your class. If you are experiencing difficulties with your class, please reach out to your professor. You can also reach out to your Hub staff advisor. If you would like to schedule a meeting with your Hub advisor, you can make an appointment using the link below. If you cannot find a time to meet with your Hub advisor, you may email them directly or you can schedule a meeting with another Hub advisor.
The Hub also has drop-in hours every weekday from 8:30-9:50 a.m. at the link listed below.
We know this is a difficult time and we want you to know that we are here to support you.
The Hub Team
The Student Opportunities and Advising Hub, in partnership with all the offices and academic departments on campus, works to support students throughout their Colorado College career. The Hub encourages students to explore interests, goals, and personal aspirations and assists in connecting students with advisors, faculty members, career coaches, and other staff members. Additionally, we will introduce students to opportunities such as fellowships, grants, studying abroad, co-curricular experiences and many other resources available at CC.
Located on the east side of campus at 1014 N. Weber Street, The Hub serves as a one-stop shop for exploring majors, fellowships, career paths, and various other resources available at CC.
Our Student Success Specialists will help answer general questions and work to match with faculty advisors and various departments on campus for a holistic learning experience.
Students can use The Hub to explore various interests, needs, and goals, and receive support in monitoring academic progress, major declaration, and course schedules. Additionally, the Student Opportunities Manager will provide and support to students looking to learn more about applying for grants, local, nationally, and globally competitive fellowship opportunities as well as research with faculty members.
For Student Opportunities appointments contact: Lisa Schwartz
We can be reached via telephone at 719-389-6141, or Email.
The Student Opportunities and Advising Hub Office is located on 1014 N. Weber St.