Colorado Mountain College hosted an unprecedented 14 graduations during May 2016. Students graduated from multiple ceremonies at Spring Valley, Aspen, Rifle, the Vail Valley, Steamboat Springs, Summit County, and Leadville. Photographers Ed Kosmicki, Charles Engelbert, Steve Sunday, Dominique Taylor, Arthur Balluff,...

This slideshow requires JavaScript. CMC President Carrie Besnette Hauser recently traveled to Washington D.C with a delegation of college staff for the Association of Governing Boards Annual Conference on Trusteeship.  The group met with Colorado lawmakers including U.S. Senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner and...

This slideshow requires JavaScript. On Tuesday, April 5, 2016, the Summit School District held its 26th annual High School Scholarship Night.  Nearly $370,000 in scholarships were awarded to 93 different students over the course of the evening. CMC Summit Campus Vice President Dave Askeland, CMC Regional Development...

Colorado Mountain College headed to Chicago last week for a Higher Learning Commission AQIP Strategy Forum to focus on continuous improvement strategies for the College. The delegation included, left to right: Assistant Vice President of Student Services Lisa Doak; CMC Edwards Vice President Kathryn Regjo; CMC...

“Opportunities are like sunrises. If you wait too long, you miss them.” Wednesday’s sunrise, captured by CMC Rifle’s Gethze Hammond.  Happy Friday. Enjoy the weekend!

Keystone chefs and CMC Culinary Apprenticeship program graduates Steve Nguyen and Mitch Robinson, accompanied by adjunct faculty Stefan Smith, did a little ice carving in honor of Colorado’s home team last week on the top of Keystone. Click the video below to check out how it’s done. Go Broncos! Many of us will be...

An evening view last weekend, somewhere quite close to Colorado Mountain College in Aspen.

A winter scene from the recent holiday vacation to start the weekend. Happy January!

CMC wishes everyone the warmest of holidays. May they be filled with laughter, friends, family and every other thing that brings you peace and joy. eNews will be taking a break until January 4. We’ll see you in the new year!