Colorado College Student Government Association is one of the greatest resources and advocates for students. If you have any questions or concerns about resources, students, administration, or CCSGA itself, we would love to hear from you. We want to help respond to the concerns, support the initiatives and achieve the goals of every student and student group at Colorado College. Please email us anytime or stop by our office in downstairs Worner Center.

Also, if you have any questions about when you can access these services, go to our Campus Operating Hours page to see!


General Student Services


The Worner Center is the heart of campus. The Worner Desk, located inside the Worner Center

You can reach the Worner Desk at 719-389-6000. They can answer almost any question you have about campus and events going on. If they don’t know they will make sure to transfer you to the person or office that can help

Also within Worner Center are:

3 Dining Facilities: Rastall Cafe, Benji’s and Colorado Coffee

Mail Services: from care packages to bills, the mailroom helps you send and receive all the important things

The Bookstore: stocked with the necessary books and supplies for your education and apparel and gifts for when the holidays come around.

Arts and Crafts: for a great, low price, students can sign up to learn to throw pots or felt hats or one of another great artsy passtimes

Offices of Campus Activities, the Career Center, Outdoor Education, Minority and International Students, the Collaborative for Community Engagement and the Wellness Resource Center.


Academic Services

Tutt Library: Tutt Library houses the vast majority of print resources. It is a great location for researching, printing, studying, and socializing.  Librarians can assist students in their research and the Writing Center and Quantitative Reasoning Center.

Colket Center for Academic Excellence: The Writing Center and Quantitative Reasoning Center (QRC) have student and professional tutors that assist students in completing assignments and excelling at tests.

Registrar’s Office: The registrar’s office has all information on courses offered and available to students. Visit them to find out about requirements, sign up or switch your schedule, order transcripts, transfer credits and more!

Dean’s Office: The Dean’s Office offers support for students in a myriad of ways. They can help students as they design their own major (IDM), apply for grants such as the Venture Grant, and as they go through their academic and social challenges,  achievements and questions while at CC.


Health and Wellness Services

Boettcher Health Center: Boettcher hosts both traditional physical and mental health services. Student can get SIX free councillng sessions each year. Call them at 719-389-6384.

Wellness Resource Center:  The Wellness Resource Center is an alliance of staff to serve students in any and all ways possible. Those at the Wellness Resource Center can help students with their mental, sexual, and physical health.

Athletic Facilities: Adam F. Press Fitness Center, El Pomar Gym and Schlessman Pool offer great ways for students to keep happy, healthy and fit. From yoga classes, to bootcamp, to rock climing, to IM waterpolo, students will find endless options and entertainment.  Reach them at 719-389-6315.

Campus Safety: call them 24 hours per day  at 719-389-6707 if you are in a pickle. They can give you a ride, unlock your room (in special circumstances) and respond to emergencies.

Dining Services

On Campus

There are a total of 6 on-campus food services. These include our buffet-style Rastall Cafe, Benji’s and Colorado Coffee in Worner Center. Nestled in western side of campus is the Preserve, another great lunch and dinner location with nightly special. In Mathias Hall, Local Goods, a convenience store, has prepackaged and prepared food for sale. Additionally, Chas Coffee Cart operates in the evenings out of Tutt Library.

Off Campus

There are many great restaurants within walking distance of campus. Many offer delivery to campus and are well acquainted with how to find your Residence Hall. Ask around and see what other students like!

Gold Card Plus is a great service offered to students. This service allows students to use their student ID or “Gold Card” as a debit card at a few nearby restaurants (and the campus laundry machines). First, students or parents must go online to load money onto their ID through the Manage My ID system. This money is separate from Tiger Bucks, which are the form of tender for on-campus dining locations.  After that, students can use the card at any of the active merchants.