The pins on the map below show the locations of our U.S. applicants for the fall 2015 semester. We’re pretty excited to see the geographical diversity of students interested in attending Colorado Mountain College, and enjoy the diverse perspectives it brings. Happy final weekend of summer to you all!

A dog’s view of the 2011 USA Pro Challenge at the top of Independence Pass. Don’t forget to keep your own canine leashed if you come view the 2015 event for the safety of the racers! Photo: Kate Lapides. The USA Pro Challenge bike race kicked off today and will be taking place throughout much of the Colorado Mountain...

Colorado Mountain College and the Isaacson School for New Media co-hosted the Aspen Institute’s Society of Fellows Discussion Reception Monday night, which featured Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper in conversation with Jane Harman, president and CEO of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and Aspen...

Last weekend, three Spring Valley faculty and staff– Johann Aberger, Seth Andersen, and Derek Johnston – summited Colorado’s Pyramid Peak with CMC President Carrie Hauser and her husband Jeff on a beautiful bluebird day. Seth Andersen, photographer and photo and lab tech for the Isaacson School for New Media,...

Students in our second El Pomar Foundation Reach Your Peak Summer Camp worked with Isaacson School students and faculty all week to learn the basics of video storytelling — and the careers available to talented storytellers, videographers, and content producers. They’ll be sharing their final productions with...

Students in Lake Bunyonyi, Uganda, work on a laptop donated by Colorado Mountain College. CMC has partnered with the Global Livingston Institute (GLI)  to help get laptops to students and teachers in rural Uganda for the past three years. GLI works to expand opportunities for rural Ugandans to train on modern...

This slideshow requires JavaScript. Camp, college and careers!  Colorado Mountain College hosted the first of two CMC-based Reach Your Peak  summer camps last week.  Sponsored by the El Pomar Foundation, the camps are designed to spark student interest in education and future careers. The slideshow below shares a...

Each year, the First Ascent program brings together students from CMC Service areas for a free, five-day residential program at Colorado Mountain College in Leadville.  The program helps young adults from various social and economic backgrounds develop leadership skills and confidence through activities such as rock...