Student Life

CNCC students have an amazing array of ways to get into life at college. The CNCC community is small enough nurture life-long friendships yet big enough to provide relevant, high quality opportunities for leadership and growth.

Residence Life

Campus life in Rangely centers around life after class. We have a great dining hall and three residence halls on our Rangely campus. Our residence life staff does a world-class job of making students feel at home, while creating events that foster deeper friendships and growth. Our Craig campus is more of a traditional community college so campus life focuses more on weekend events and evenings.

Clubs & Organizations

Whether you are interested in a club for flight students, want to be elected to student government, or find fellowship within the student community, CNCC offers plenty of opportunities for students to seek out like-minded students and build the CNCC community.

Athletics at CNCC

Throughout the semester, students can take in a game of Baseball, Softball, Women’s Basketball, Men’s Basketball, Rodeo, Soccer (on Craig campus) or Volleyball.

Outdoor Recreation Program (ORP)

Living in Northwestern Colorado has its advantages. With a robust outdoor recreation program, students can find opportunities to raft world-class rivers, ice climb on campus, play disc golf, study the meaning of petroglyphs, learn teamwork on the largest challenge course in the area, and mountain bike in some of the best high-mountain desert environments in the Southwest.

Health Safety and Wellness

Colorado Northwestern Community College has a robust Safety Department. Services provided by the department include campus patrols, securing facilities in the evenings, motorist assistance, and assistance in emergency situations; also maintenance of the lost and found.

Student Health 101 Magazine

Student Health 101(SH101) is used by thousands of colleges and universities around the world to bring students health and wellness tips throughout the school year (September through June) through text messages, emails, and Facebook. The topics covered range from simple work outs to life hacks, from stress management tips to sexual harassment education. The magazine includes interactive links and videos that further the conversation in that article and links that show how close CNCC resources are.

To get Student Health 101 text updates: Text CNCC to 40691

Additional Resource Links:
Parent/ Supporter Magazine
Student Orientation Magazine
Parent/ Supporter Orientation Magazine