Center for Community
Next door to the Regent Center is the Center for Community, known as C4C, a dynamic student center that brings together a full complement of student services and programs in one central location. Open since fall 2010, the C4C is home to the largest dining center on campus—with 10 interactive, live cooking stations serving a wide variety of ethnic cuisine. The dining center has the capacity to serve 900 people and the flexibility to host special events and meetings. C4C also houses the WeatherTec Café, The Bakeryc and CU on the Run, a grab-n-go outlet for diners who are in a hurry.
Student services offices such as Career Services, the Cultural Unity and Engagement Center, the Office of International Education, Counseling and Psychiatric Services, Veterans Services, Parent Relations, and Disability Services occupy other areas of the building.
In addition to three quality dining centers and other dining outlets strategically placed throughout the campus, CU Boulder hosts several independently operated cafés: the Pekoe Sip House (Roser ATLAS Center), Hearsay Café (Wolf Law Building), Method Roasters (Koelbel Building), Celestial Seasonings (Engineering Center) Etai’s Café (Porter Biosciences Building) and Laughing Goat (Norlin Library).
The BioLounge (pictured above), located in CU’s Museum of Natural History, is a unique environment for studying, meeting with a group and enjoying complimentary coffee or tea while immersed in natural history exhibits.