Mountain Lion
Community Connections:
February 2009
Spring 2009 Enrollment Up
 
StudentsDwireMore than 7,600 students enrolled at UCCS for the spring 2009 semester, a more than 5 percent increase from a year ago, according to statistics released recently. (More)
Certified Gold
 
LEEDThe Campus Recreation Center at UCCS is the first public building in southern Colorado to earn Leadership in Energy Efficiency and Design gold certification status from the U.S. Green Building Council. (More)
Tanks Out, Event Center Takes Shape
 
Event CenterWith the removal of water tanks embedded in the hillside between Dwire Hall and University Center, progress on a new Event Center at UCCS will advance quickly, according to Facilities Services. (More)
Beth-El Faculty, Students to Operate Downtown Clinic
 
Beth-ElNursing faculty and students at UCCS will operate a health clinic for City of Colorado Springs employees with the goal of treating patients with illness, improving wellness and lowering health insurance claims. (More
Columbine Hall Freshens Up
 
Columbine HallColumbine Hall doesn't just look, smell and feel different - it is different following a four-week whirlwind of contractors and university employees who attacked the building following the last day of fall semester classes. (More
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In This Issue
Spring 2009 Enrollment Up
Certified Gold
Tanks Out, Event Center Takes Shape
Beth-El Faculty, Students to Operate Downtown Clinic
Columbine Hall Freshens Up
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