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Alumni Across the Country Support CC Students

The City Scholars program, launched in November 2019, provides scholarship funds to Colorado College students who live in specific regions. These 10 funds across the country serve to connect alumni and parents to the on-campus community. The program already has sparked nationwide interest, with 95 donors spanning 10 cities. CC event attendees have the option…

Issue: Spring 2020 • Tags:

How $10 Million for Scholarships Grew to $43 Million

As Endowed Scholarship Challenge 101 Reaches a Successful Conclusion, Will Smith ’74 Announces New Gift For Will Smith ’74, alumni giving is a key philanthropic focus. Smith launched the Endowed Scholarship Challenge 101 in 2015 with a $10 million commitment to inspire others to join him in supporting Colorado College students. The goal of the…

Issue: Spring 2020 • Tags:

Susie B’s Challenge Aims to Propel Colorado Pledge Forward

As part of Building on Originality: The Campaign for Colorado College, a $435 million fundraising initiative, $100 million is being raised for scholarships. The Colorado Pledge hinges on raising $20 million of that total scholarship figure. Susie Burghart ’77, chair of the Colorado College Board of Trustees, has initiated Susie B’s Challenge, a $2.5 million effort…

Issue: Winter 2019 • Tags:

CC Across the U.S.

Calling all alumni, families, and friends. Are you looking to get more involved with Colorado College? Want to meet other alumni and supporters in your city? We have been listening to your requests, and we’ve got big plans for new gathering opportunities, in the communities listed and in a city near you. Coming Soon: •…

Issue: Winter 2019 • Tags:

Family and Friends Weekend 2019

Sept. 27-29, 2019 One of Colorado College’s largest annual on-campus events embraces the many ways family can be defined. It’s an opportunity for students to celebrate the CC community and share it with their families — including parents, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, extended family, and friends. Get your dancing feet ready to move! Friday evening,…

Issue: Summer 2019 • Tags:

Homecoming Weekend

Oct. 10-13,
 2019 Class Reunions 1969 50th Reunion 1974 45th Reunion 1979 40th Reunion 1984 35th Reunion 1989 30th Reunion 1994 25th Reunion 1999 20th Reunion 2004 15th Reunion 2009 10th Reunion 2014 5th Reunion 2015-2019 Young Alumni Reunion Special events and gatherings Tutt Alumni House A house for students and alumni! Stop by to…

Issue: Summer 2019 • Tags:

Homecoming Convocation

Alumni Association Awards One of the most important functions of the Colorado College Alumni Association Council is to recognize the contributions of distinguished alumni, faculty members, and staff to the betterment of society and to the enhancement of the college and its mission. The Alumni Association Council acknowledges these alumni, faculty, and staff members through…

Issue: Summer 2019 • Tags:

Alumni Q&A

With new Alumni Association Council and Office of Alumni and Family Relations leadership this year, the Bulletin sat down with a few questions for AAC President Kyle Samuel ’92 and Alumni and Family Relations Director Tiffany Kelly. What are some of the developments happening at Colorado College that you are excited about? Kyle Samuel: Robson…

Issue: Summer 2019 • Tags:

Reach Out to the Bulletin

We’d like to hear from you! The Colorado College Bulletin is distributed to alumni, parents, and friends. It is published three times a year and seeks to portray the people, events, experiences, and topics that best reflect a CC education. We welcome comments, feedback, items of interest, class notes, letters to the editor, story suggestions,…

Issue: Spring 2019 • Tags:

A Message From Your Alumni Council

Greetings, CC! As this will be my final article as president of the recently renamed Colorado College Alumni Association Council, I am grateful for what has been a very rewarding opportunity. As I prepare for the transition for AAC President-Elect Kyle Samuel ’92 to take office in July, I’m also aware of the transition our…

Issue: Spring 2019 • Tags: