Who knew you could win a pair of skis during biology class? Hannah Bussy, a Colorado Mountain College Breckenridge student, center, got a big surprise when Dave Askeland, CMC vice president and campus dean for Breckenridge and Dillon, left, and financial aid specialist Stephanie Beste arrived at the end of class on...

Opening night is April 5 at CMC Spring Valley

Playing at the New Space Theatre at CMC Spring Valley through Feb. 24 is Sopris Theatre Company’s performance of the comedy “The Nerd.” Come see why Justin Tinker in the title role is the only person with socks on and without a bag on his head. Directed by Brendan T. Cochran, with Brad Moore, Susie Brady, Joshua Adamson,...

On Oct. 30, 2018, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper stopped at Colorado Mountain College Breckenridge during his statewide farewell tour. On behalf of the college, CMC Trustees Patty Theobald and Pat Chlouber, as well as President Carrie Besnette Hauser, welcomed him. Answering questions from Hauser and several others,...

Goal to strengthen pipeline from college to outdoor industry careers

Nine students from Colorado Mountain College’s teacher education program at CMC Glenwood Springs and Vail Valley traveled in August to the University of Texas at El Paso to give presentations at the 2018 MALCS Summer Institute. Mujeres Activas en Letras y Cambio Social (Women Active in Letters and Social Change)...

Just as their nurse graduate counterparts celebrated with faculty, family and friends on the other side of Vail Pass at Colorado Mountain College Breckenridge the day before, CMC nurse graduates shared a special commencement, called a pinning ceremony, at Spring Valley on May 5. Forty graduates of the class of 2018...

Colorado Mountain College Breckenridge graduated 12 nursing students on May 4, 2018, at what’s known as a pinning ceremony, a symbolic welcoming of nursing school graduates into the nursing profession. CMC offers medical certification and associate degree education at a number of campuses and online; associate and...

Sopris Theatre Company’s production of “Red” runs at Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley Feb. 22-March 4. From left, Joseph Gamble as artist’s assistant Ken and Gary Ketzenbarger as Mark Rothko. Photo Scot Gerdes

Opening night is approaching for Sopris Theatre Company’s “Uncommon Women and Others.” Set in the ’70s, a group of Mount Holyoke College alumnae meet up six years after their graduation. From left are Makena Seaver as Muffet, Suzie Brady as Rita and Hadley Hiebert as Carter. The play opens Dec. 1 and runs through Dec. 10....