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Student Health & Wellbeing

We recognize that there is no singular pathway to wellbeing. So, our approach to Health and Wellbeing is an integrated holistic one designed to allow students to connect with the resources and programs that meet their needs.
Included in Student Health & Wellbeing are:
  • Student Health Center (run by Optum):  Health professionals offer visits for urgent and routine care.
  • Counseling Center: Licensed mental health professionals provide a range of confidential mental health services, including individual counseling, referral services, 24/7 after-hours crisis support, and support groups.
  • Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC): The SARC is the campus confidential advocate for anyone harmed or affected by sexual and other gender-based violence; she offers 24/7 confidential advocacy services.
  • Wellness Resource Center: Through health campaigns, workshops, peer education and individual appointments, the WRC provides health promotion services and prevention education to support individual and community well-being.
  • Chaplain’s Office/Spiritual & Religious Life: The Chaplain's Office fosters the life of the spirit by inviting authentic spiritual exploration and meaningful religious commitment. Supporting the human quest for identity and belonging we cultivate an education of the heart to enrich the life of the mind at CC through rituals, practices, engaged communities, and individual spiritual and pastoral care.  The Chaplain serves as a confidential resource on campus.
  • Immunization/Health Documentation Requirements: In order to maintain the health of the Colorado College community, the college requires all entering students to submit documentation of certain immunizations and health screenings.  
  • Student Health Insurance Plan: All students are required to have comprehensive health insurance while attending Colorado College AND to provide annual proof of coverage. This requirement is an attempt to minimize catastrophic financial risk for students. Students may elect coverage under their own insurance, through their employer or their parents' policies, or the through the Student Health Insurance Plan offered by the college.
Empowering Students to Envision and Follow Their Own Path to Thriving
  • Individual Development Plans
  • Offer Multiple Points of Entry to Services and Supports
  • Focus on Strengths-based Approaches and Programs 
  • Recognize the Power of Play as a Critical Component of a Healthy Life
  • Support and Empower Students of Faith by Recognizing Pastoral Care, and Spiritual and Religious Programming as a part of the Full Spectrum of Mental Health Services and Resources
  • Engage Students Directly in Shaping and Promoting a Campus Culture that Encourages Healthy, Responsible Choices, and Critical Examination of Intentions and Impacts of Choices
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