The New International Encyclopædia/Colorado College
COLORADO COLLEGE. An institution of higher education, founded in 1874 and situated at Colorado Springs, Colo. The college offers courses leading to the bachelor's degree in arts, science, and philosophy, and has an attendance of 650 students. There are also connected with the college a preparatory school and a conservatory of music, and a department of fine arts. The buildings include Palmer Hall, the library building, and a science building, erected, with its equipment, at a cost of $350,000. The library numbers about 35,000 volumes. The institution has an endowment of $450,000.