Colorado Springs Airport (COS) - 20-minute drive from the Colorado College. AAPM volunteers will direct you to shared cabs to decrease individual taxi costs at the Colorado Springs Airport. Look for the Summer School Meet and Greet Team at the taxi stands on Saturday, 1:00pm - 6:00pm. Attendees may have to wait in order to group cab passengers to Colorado College.
Ask the taxi driver or shuttle operator to take you to Loomis Hall on the Colorado College Campus.
Denver International Airport (DEN) - 83 miles or 90 minutes from Colorado College. We suggest you make arrangements with the Colorado Shuttle which leaves 5 times daily (every 2-3 hours) and costs $50 one way.
Official Event Travel Service
AAPM has selected Travel Destinations Management Group as the official event travel service for the 2009 Summer School. Travel Destinations is committed to securing the lowest possible fare for your travel to Colorado Springs or Denver. More than 30 days in advance - 7% discount off select fares; Less than 30 days in advance - 2%-5% discount depending on travel class. In addition to calling Travel Destinations, reservations can be booked by calling United Airlines at 1-800-521-4041 and referring to the meeting ID code 584GJ.
Travel Destinations Management Group
800-274-1997 (toll free)
Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM Eastern Time
A $32 transaction fee will be applied to all tickets purchased through Travel Destinations Management Group.
Parking on Colorado College campus is free, however, a permit is required. Please request a parking permit during housing check-in.
- If you decide to bring a laptop, you will have access to the college's secure wireless network. You will receive instructions to configure your wireless card and register your computer, a process which will enable the college to scan your computer to ensure it has critical updates and virus protection. A username and password will be given to you.
- sunscreen and sunglasses
- alarm clock
- talent show props for AAPM Idol
- casual clothes in layers (to span cool mountain nights (50 degrees) and warmish days (70 degrees)
- recreational sports gear