About University of Colorado Colorado Springs

UCCS is a campus of innovation and growth. Recognized as a hub for cybersecurity, medical tourism and the arts, the campus continues to invest in its people and programs.

In 2016, UCCS debuted the Ent Center for the Arts, which attracts internationally recognized talent, while helping to educate the next generation of artists. Similarly, UCCS, in partnership with Centura Health, launched the William J. Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center as part of the broader City For Champions project.

Nestled into the Olympic City of Colorado Springs, the Hybl Center is a national draw for athletes seeking to not only recover, but improve upon their personal records. Students are presented with the opportunity to learn side-by-side with clinicians in a state-of-the-art facility.

Learn more about this growing campus by visiting the UCCS website.

Living in Colorado Springs

The University of Colorado Colorado Springs is located at the base of Pikes Peak, one of America's best-known mountains and the inspiration behind the song “America the Beautiful.” Today, the city is home to a thriving high-tech industry and four military bases – including the US Air Force Academy – as well as one of three national Olympic training centers. Here in Colorado's second most populous city, you'll find much more than purple mountains majesty to inspire you.