A Great Education, a Strong Network and a Lot of Fun
Units in these housing complexes include air conditioning, WiFi, a microwave and mini-fridge, a community kitchen on the main floor, social and study lounges and laundry facilities. Linens, towels, pillow, pillowcase, blanket and weekday room service are provided. Students may elect to stay at an off-campus hotel and receive a $300 deduction from tuition.
- Center for Community (C4C)
- Kittredge Café
- Scheduled group meals
Students receive a lunch break on weekdays to access the C4C with their meal card. The Kittredge Café is opening in the mornings and is perfect for grabbing a coffee or snack (no meal card accepted). Throughout the two week session, there are scheduled group meals, such as boxed lunches and evening receptions.
Schedule will vary based on student year (first, second or third year) and individual students’ weekend preferences.
- Sunday late morning/early afternoon: Arrive and settle into on-campus housing
- Monday-Friday: Week 1 classes (daily lunch break provided)
- Friday afternoon Week 1: First week exams; dismissed for the weekend
- Weekend: On your own or GSBC-organized event(s)
- Sunday Week 2: BMS evening class (third year students)
- Monday-Thursday: Week 2 classes (daily lunch break provided)
- Thursday evening Week 2: Graduation (third year students)
- Friday morning Week 2: Second week exams
- Friday noon Week 2: Students dismissed; School Session concludes
Networking & Events
During your time in Boulder, you can explore Colorado on your own, or participate in any of these GSBC-sponsored activities. Due to COVID-19, GSBC-organized recreation activities are limited. They are as follows:
- Rockies Outing: Early Week 1
- Annual GSBC Alumni Association Golf Tournament: Sunday after Week 1
- Battle of the Classes: Early Week 2: Connect with classmates in a friendly field day competition.
Special Presentations & Evening Receptions
Our students hear industry experts speak on current issues in community banking throughout each two-week session. These are presented as keynote and panel sessions.
For a small fee, students may access two different university recreational facilities: