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Student & Community Impact

Community Involvement

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The Woman's Educational Society is a strong supporter of the arts. In 2018, WES was a sponsor of the Rocky Mountain Women's Film Festival.

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WES member Sarah Healy was honored with a sculpture in the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College's Tactile Gallery. Sculptor Sean O'Meallie created the Drive-In Tasty Freeze chocolate-dipped cone out of sandstone to pay homage to Healy's sweet treat during her treatment for multiple myeloma, an aggressive form of blood cancer.

 

 

"WES has made a huge difference, especially as far as the book scholarship. It has definitely reduced loans and financial stress on my parents." - Kayla Fratt '16

"The WES scholarship and other scholarships I received through CC played a huge role in my decision to attend this institution." - Amairani Alamillo '16

"We are proud of each WES scholar and her potential for a bright future. We want to make a positive difference in their college experience."
- Scholarship Committee co-chairs Elaine Derbenwick and Helen Knight

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WES@coloradocollege.edu

Mailing Address:
The Woman's Educational Society of Colorado College
14 East Cache La Poudre Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

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WES was founded in 1889 to give assistance to the students of Colorado College.