TH330 PERFORMANCE AWAY: L O N D O N is one of the grrreat CC classes – 20+ fantastic shows – plays (Shakespeare – of course – to the latest cutting edge), Dance. Opera. Musicals, Circus, Stand Up Comedy, a Foreign Language play, Solo Performance, Shakespeare at the Globe Theatre – you name it we see it. PLUS trips to Stratford upon Avon and Brighton AND Backstage Tours and Museum & Art Gallery visits. Just email me for more details

Posted by amanley@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 1, 2017 digest.

The 1st Theatre & Dance Dept show in the Fall is C I R C U S B E C K E TT – devised & directed by Andrew Manley it brings the existential comedy of Samuel Beckett to a crazy clown circus – lots of roles for everyone and an exciting new approach to Beckett normally seen as dour and grey! AUDITIONS are SUNDAY @ 5pm and MONDAY @ 4pm in EVERYBODY WELCOME NO NEED TO PREPARE ANYTHING If you think this sounds interesting – TURN UP!

Posted by amanley@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the April 1, 2017 digest.

Nationwide there is a critical shortage of K-12 STEM teachers-our young students need the knowledge and passion of our best and brightest math and science majors. If you are a STEM major, please come hear from current science/math alumni who are teaching, both in the school and in non-traditional settings. The Education Dept is hosting a panel event on Wednesday, April 5th, 4:30-5:30 in Mierow House(small brown house just north of library) RSVP to Deb at We would love to meet you!

Posted by Debra.Mortenson@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 31, 2017 digest.

Come to Gaylord on April 4th at 6pm to hear the final presentation in the City Center Speaker Series. This presentation focuses on the River North Creative District, or RiNo, and how developers approached revitalizing an under-used warehouse district that took into consideration the existing populations to avoid gentrification as well as focused on integrating form and function.

Katy Dupree
Sustainability Paraprofessional
(719) 389-6049

Posted by katy.dupree@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 31, 2017 digest.

Do you have excellent customer service skills an outgoing personality, friendly demeanor? The Office of Human Resources (HR) is looking for an HR Assistant to work during the summer May 29 – August 25, 2017. You’ll assist the HR department with reception coverage, filing, and special projects throughout the summer. Interested? Applications are due April 12th! More information can be found at:

Posted by jessica.bridge@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 31, 2017 digest.

Western counties with more federal public lands are performing economically better than those without, why is that? Ray Rasker will explore how the vast open spaces of the American West transformed from a liability to the region’s primary economic advantage in the next State of the Rockies Speaker Series installment on 4/12 at 7pm in Cornerstone. Lori Weigel, who worked on our “Conservation in the West Poll” will also speak on “Public Opinion Entering the Trump Era” in this event co- sponsored by the El Pomar Foundation.

Posted by jonah.b.seifer@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 31, 2017 digest.

Starting this block, will use a new secure site to add money or check balances on your CC Gold Card. This change won’t affect any funds currently posted to your Gold Card account. GET Funds will replace ManageMyID, and will allow you, and any other authorized users, to add money to your Gold Card. You will use your CC Single Sign On username and password to log in to GET Funds. Access GET Funds the same way you accessed ManageMyID from the CC website. Contact Student Accounts, x6698, or Finance, x6132, with questions.

Posted by Stephanie.Wurtz@COLORADOCOLLEGE.EDU for the March 31, 2017 digest.