CC Students Lead Politically Diverse Debate

Upcoming Campus Event

Alumni are invited to join us for this on-campus networking night playing glow-in-the-dark croquet. This event is organized by the Office of Alumni and Family Relations in collaboration with the Career Center. Register early as there is limited space available for this tournament!

Do You Have a CC Ghost Story?

CC has been around for nearly 150 years! There is plenty of history haunting these grounds. As we get close to Halloween, we want alumni to share your CC ghost stories. Did you see Old Lady Bemis? Were there noises late at night in Ticknor? Tell us your story!

CC Music Department Welcomes New Professor

Jenna Hunt, CC Music Dept.

The newest addition to the Music Department faculty is Lidia Chang. Chang’s work as a musicologist and flutist expands across musical eras, cultures, and countries.

CC Econ Connects With Community

Two young women, one in a dark pant suit and the other in a blue dress with white details, stand in front of an illuminated Lockheed Martin sign.

Liberal Arts Education Prepared Alum to Thrive in Space Industry

Julia Fennell ’21

People are now realizing how CC’s education develops future leaders in both the humanities and STEM fields.

Three students, dressed in business clothes, receive awards from a balding white man with a beard, wearing glasses and a gray suit with a red tie, standing in front of a chalkboard.

Engineering Half Block Prepares Students to Enter Workforce

Julia Fennell ’21

CC had the ability to prepare its students to enter the engineering field upon graduating; they just needed someone to teach it.



Dr. Corina McKendry, CC Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Environmental Studies Program, and Dr. Miro Kummel, CC Professor and Associate Director of the Environmental Program, along with a group of their students, won a merit award from the Colorado American Planning Association for their research on food access and temperature in Southeast Colorado Springs. READ THE FULL STORY »


Joan Ericson

The Department of Chinese, German, Italian, Japanese, & Russian Studies is saying good-bye to Dr. Joan Ericson.

A professor of Japanese, Ericson has taught Japanese literature, language, and culture courses. Raised in Japan, she is bilingual and bicultural, and holds degrees in Japanese Literature from the University of Hawai’i and Columbia University. During the academic year 2010-2011, she was a Fulbright Research Scholar at Doshisha University in Kyoto.

Ericson’s almost 30-year tenure at CC has greatly impacted our community. Thank you Joan and best wishes for your future endeavors!

Video by Vitaly Capellan ’26

Here are some of the favorite places on campus for today’s CC students. What was your favorite spot on campus? Let us know!

GETTING AROUND CAMPUS. CC students are always finding new ways to get from point A to point B. Kieran Blood ’23 (Winter Start) practices acrobatics with his hoop on 9/13/23. Photo by Lonnie Timmons III / Colorado College.