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Colorado College is proud of its history in Colorado and the Pikes Peak Region. Established in 1874 -- just two years after our home city of Colorado Springs, on land donated by the city’s founders -- CC has been an integral part of the community as we've grown up together for more than a century and a quarter. The college contributes nearly $110 million to the region's economy each year.

Business & Community Alliance

The B&CA provides a forum for Colorado College and local business and community leaders to discuss issues of common interest.

Send a request to receive a monthly email with upcoming B&CA and other CC events.

Visit the TigerBCA Blog--you can sign up for RSS feeds and automatic updates to keep connected with the B&CA.

Community Relations
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charrette
In September 2006, CC hosted a public charrette process sponsored by Imagine Downtown, the Downtown Partnership and the City of Colorado Springs, and conducted by the American Institute of Architects (AIA).

Image: CC Media Experts Guide & Speakers Bureau Please feel free to address any community-related issue to our Communications Office via email or 719-389-6603.

The Experts Guide is used by members of the media working on stories that require academic expertise and groups in the community looking for speakers.
CC & Colorado Springs

rainbow chardHow does our garden grow?
Beautifully!

Want to learn about the CC Student Garden? Here's the place to learn about what we are doing, and get special tips, serving suggestions and favorite recipes from our own student gardeners.

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Our commitment to our community

One of the college’s institutional goals is to promote involvement in and responsibility to one’s community. Our students learn citizenship from faculty who are committed members of their neighborhoods, and 84 percent of the student population take part in some sort of community service. College administrators actively listen and seek out neighbors for input in community-minded issues. The college’s cultural, intellectual, and sports programs all add to the varied fabric of the region. Expert faculty members serve as invaluable resources for community groups, public offices, and the news media.

Colorado College is a member of the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Colorado Springs Economic Development Corporation, the Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce, Colorado Springs Black Chamber of Commerce, and the Colorado Springs Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

KRCC
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Radio Station KRCC is owned and operated by the college as an extension of its activities in higher education and public service.
KRCC's Web site

Local current news from KRCC

 

Human Resources
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Visit the HR Web site to learn more about employment opportunities at Colorado College

Community Quick Links

Colorado College News & Events

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Campus Map & Tour

Community Engagement at CC

CC Public Interest Fellowship Program

Woman's Educational Society of Colorado College

CC's Long Range Development Plan

CC Athletics

Visiting Writers Series

CC License Plates

Tutt Library

Summer Camps-sports

FunQuest Summer Camp

Hulbert Center Aficionados