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    Dates, Deadlines & To-dos

    So that we can be best prepared for your arrival to campus, there are several forms and tasks that you need to complete over the summer. The checklist below is a general outline of dates and deadlines for incoming students for the 2019 - 2020 Academic Year. Please use this as a guide of what needs to be done and by when.

    Most New Student Forms will be made available in Early June once students receive their CC log-in credentials and will be linked in the checklist below; should forms not be available until a later date, that will be indicated with a "coming soon" below and a "new!" once they have been made available. 

    If you are participating in a program that requires early arrival, such as the Bridge and Global Scholars Programs, International Student Orientation, or pre-season Athletics, please reference the Information for Early & Delayed Arrivals section of this page and check with program administrators as some items may have different, specifically earlier, due dates. 

    Students participating in Fall Start Abroad or Winter Start should submit their enrollment forms according to the deadlines below unless otherwise indicated. 

    While summer travel schedules can prove challenging, we encourage all students to make their best effort to complete these forms on their own as no one knows you better than you know yourself. Allowing your parent or a family member to complete these forms on your behalf can lead to roommate mismatches and First Year Experience course surprises. Should you be unable to complete a form by the due date, please contact the appropriate office in advance of the deadline to make necessary arrangements for form submission; notifying us after the deadline has passed may mean we are unable to accommodate your requests.

    Due Date Form Explanation
    By June 30  Address Update Let us know where to send your Common Read and emails this summer.
    Final Transcript  This is the last requirement of your application for admission and will be reviewed by the admission staff; so be sure to keep up the good work and maintain positive academic progress.  
    First Year Experience Registration  First years spend their first two blocks at CC immersed in a pair of fast-paced, thought-intensive courses typical of the Block Plan. Review the 2019-2020 Course Offerings here and then list your top 8 preferences for your First Year Experience Courses via the registration form; your preferences will be taken into consideration in the course assignment process. Please note: Not completing this form by the deadline will result in a random FYE assignment. 
    Advising Questionnaire  Tell us a little bit about your academic interest and passions so your academic advisor is prepared to work with you.
    Priddy Trip Registration  Tell us more about your experiences and interests so we can place you on the appropriate Priddy Trip 
    Housing Agreement & Roommate Preference Form  Agree to the terms of the Housing Agreement, tell us about your study and sleeping habits, as well as your residential community preferences. This will help us select a roommate for you with compatible preferences. If you have identified a roommate already, you can enter their CCID and create an instant roommate match if they also enter your CCID. If you will be under 18 on July 1, you will need to print out the agreement paper form so a parent can sign and email or fax it to us.  Please note: Not completing this form by the deadline will result in a delay in your housing assignment process and random housing assignments. 
    Accessibility Resources Request (optional)  Accessibility Resources is ready to help you make the most of your CC experience, but you must initiate the process. Please start by contacting our office to set up a time to talk with a staff member about your request for support services. Additionally, you will need to complete the Request for Accommodations and Services online form and provide documentation of disability, if applicable. More information can be found on the Registering for Services page. 
    Think About It  We strive to create a socially responsible and responsive community which is why we require all new students to complete this online course to think about the unique challenges and responsibilities of college life. Please allow at least 2.5 hours to take the course. You should have received an email about how to access this course in late May to your CC email address; if you cannot find it, be sure to check your Junk email folder. Winter Start students will required to take a new version of this course later in 2019. 
    Due Date Form             Explanation 
    by July 30  Immunization Records  An important part of our efforts to ensure a safe and healthy environment for everyone in the CC community is documenting immunizations and certain health information. Therefore, all incoming students are required to provide a Colorado Certificate of Immunization and complete the Tuberculosis Screening Questionnaire prior to move-in. Please note: athletes have additional health forms they need to complete.  
    Student Health Insurance Enrollment or Waiver All Students are required to either enroll in student health insurance or submit proof of insurance to have this requirement waived. The enrollment and waiver process will begin on July 1st. In order to receive the most accurate fall semester billing statement on August 9th, and be able to pay your correct bill amount by the due date, you are encouraged to complete this process by July 30th. Winter Starts do not need to enroll in SHIP until the spring enrollment period. 
    Tuition Billing Account Set-up  First semester bills will be available online August 9, 2019.  In order to view your semester bill and pay your bill online you will need to sign into our online billing site and accept the financial obligations of the college by July 30th. Fall Semester balances are due September 6, 2019. Families must adhere to the fall semester billing due date. No billing extensions are allowedFor more billing information, please visit our webpage. 
    Gold Card ID Photo Upload  Your Gold Card is how you access your residence hall, eat in the cafeteria, get tickets to campus events, etc. Submit your picture in advance to avoid lines on move-in day and have control over what your ID picture looks like.  
    Student Interest Inventory  This is your opportunity to let us know what you are looking forward to getting involved in outside of the classroom.  
    Loan Entrance Counseling & Mastery Promissory note (if applicable)  All students borrowing for the first time at Colorado College are required to complete “Entrance Counseling.”  Students must complete counseling for each type of loan they are borrowing before the first disbursement of their loans can be credited to student accounts. Additionally, students must complete a Master Promissory Note for Federal Direct Stafford Loans. The Master Promissory Note enables the student to sign only one promissory note for all Stafford Loans while at Colorado College. 
    Register for Math-Self Assessment (new!) During New Student Orientation (NSO), all incoming students will take a Math Self-Assessment on Monday afternoon, August 19. This assessment is required for advising and in order to register for classes following your First-Year Experience (FYE) course. Registration instructions for ALEKS were emailed on July 5. 
    Request Early Move-in (new!) For students not participating in approved early arrival programs, Early Move-In is only available on Friday, August 16 from 1 - 5 pm. Students approved for Early Move-In will be required to attend a brief hall meeting on Friday, August 15 at 5 pm. To request early move-in, please contact the Office of Campus Activities at (719) 389 6800 or by email at orientation@coloradocollege.edu for more information. 
    Due Date Form Explanation
    By August 15 Complete the Common Read  You will receive a copy of the book in June; you will discuss concepts of the book during NSO and your FYE which why it is important you complete the reading in advance of NSO. This year's selection, The Round House, deals with the themes of racism, colonization, and sexual assault used as a weapon against Native Americans. Should you need support while reading this book, please reach out to any of these offices. 
    Review the Student Honor & Community Standards Pathfinder “The Pathfinder” encompasses many aspects of campus life for students and clarifies the expectation that students will always exemplify these values in theirbehavior. 
    Honor Code Canvas Course  This brief quiz will teach you a bit more about honor and integrity as it applies to academic life as well as introducing you to Canvas – an online learning system you will use for many classes. Students were added to this Canvas course on July 1 and should have received an invitation to this course in their CC email address.  
    Register for Family Orientation (new!) Have family members or other adult guests planning on attending the Family Program on Saturday, August 17? Let us know who to expect by registering them for the family program

    In early August, we will let you know the following:

    • FYE Assignment & Professor Name,
    • Advisor Name,
    • Priddy Experience Trip Type,
    • Residence Hall Room & Roommate Assignment, &
    • Worner Mail Box Number.