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CC ONLINE CAMPUS TOUR: CITY OF COLORADO SPRINGS (1872)

Colorado College was founded by the people of Colorado Springs just two years after the city. The majority of campus is located on land donated by Springs' founder General William Jackson Palmer and others of his day, just six blocks north of today's downtown. The metro area is approximately 500,000, and is located about an hour south of Denver. The location is prime for access to recreation opportunities in the mountains and even closer, with city parks including the famed Garden of the Gods. A trail system runs through the middle of campus and makes hiking and mountain biking opportunities just literally outside our back door.

Downtown Colorado Springs is thriving and lively, with numerous shops, restaurants, and other attractions. In summer 2004, the college and others in the city began co-sponsoring a free shuttle bus between campus and downtown. The college campus is in the middle of several historic, thriving neighborhoods. While our students come from all 50 states and abroad, and educational opportunities expand into the state, nation, and world, the college values its home in Colorado Springs.

See links to several organizations in the Pikes Peak region, along with local weather and state road conditions. Map directions to campus at MapQuest.

Stops on the CC Online Tour:
Cutler Hall * Cossitt Hall * Washburn/Stewart Fields * El Pomar Sports Center * Bemis/"Old Town" Area * Western Ridge * Boettcher Health Center * Tutt Library * Palmer Hall * Tutt Science Center * Barnes Science Center * Olin Hall * East Campus * Shove Chapel * Armstrong Hall/Quad * Worner Campus Center * Packard Hall * Spencer Center * Tutt Alumni House * Baca Campus * CC Cabin * Colorado Springs