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Guidelines for Accessing Campus

Student Move-in Instructions: 
View detailed move-in instructions here. 

Before you Arrive: 

Once you Arrive:   

  • Head directly to the Student Health Center for your first COVID-19 test. You must complete testing prior to moving into your residence hall. Sign up for COVID-19 testing herefor the test closest to your move-in timeslot. View instructions for signing up.
    • Bring your insurance card and arrive on time. Testing is free of cost.
    • Schedule your second test for 10 days after the initial one.


  • After you have completed your first test and received your slip, you can proceed to your residence hall for move-in. Go directly to your residence; the enhanced social distancing requirement begins immediately upon receiving your slip.
  • If you are unable to make the timeslot you signed up for in the spring survey or if you’d like to learn about off-campus move-in protocols, contact your RLC.


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Submitting Proof of Vaccination

CC will require all students, faculty, and staff who are accessing campus for the 2021-22 academic year to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. All members of the campus community will be required to provide proof of vaccination or exemption by Aug. 1.

Students: View the process for students to submit proof of vaccination.

Employees: HR will send employees detailed instructions on how to upload your vaccination card via Summit and on the vaccine exemption process.

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Emergency Response Fund

For Students

Learn about requesting support from the (COVID-19) Coronavirus Emergency Response Fund

For Others

Because many in the Colorado College community asked how they can help, we have established the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Emergency Response Fund to meet needs during these uncertain times. Many of our alumni, parents, and friends, as well as members of our Board of Trustees and the president's cabinet, have contributed. The fund also provides the college with resources to respond to unexpected expenses developing during this crisis and for lost revenue.

If you wish to contribute, please visit