Students who miss deadline will be dropped. To avoid being dropped from fall 2016 classes, students must make full payment of all charges must be received by Colorado Mountain College by the close of business, Wednesday, August 17, 2016.  A current statement of student accounts is available through the Basecamp...

Dr. Heather Exby, dean of Colorado Mountain College’s Roaring Fork Campus. Photo Nathan Lopez Photography Dr. Heather Exby, dean of Roaring Fork Campus has been appointed for an additional three years to serve on the statewide Concurrent Enrollment Advisory Board. She was reappointed by Colorado Lieutenant Governor...

Honored by Lt. Governor Joe Garcia and President Hauser Summit County Trustee Dr. Robert Taylor is honored for his service by Lt. Governor Joe Garcia and CMC President Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser. During his last meeting with the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees, Dr. Robert Taylor was honored with a Colorado...

College asks for the future ability to provide broadband internet If you’ve been looking at your ballot, you may be wondering: “What’s this 4D initiative about? Is CMC going to become an internet service provider?” Answer: not now, but could be in the future. Ballot Initiative 4D would exempt Colorado Mountain College...

Enjoy it while you can! Soon we’ll welcome the white. Photo: Doug Stewart

The Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees met at the college’s campus in Spring Valley near Glenwood Springs Thursday, June 18, where it approved a $61 million operating budget for the 2015-16 academic year. This operating budget makes a few strategic adjustments to the 2014-15 budget, specifically it retires...

Vote for CMC to take it all Colorado Mountain College is a Top Adventure College. Tell the world with your vote! Last week, Colorado Mountain College beat Montana State in the Top Adventure College competition. Now we are head-to-head with Western State Colorado University for the small school championship to see who...

Leads Montana State in early results Colorado Mountain College has moved into contention with the final four small colleges. After surpassing Fort Lewis College, Colorado Mountain College is now competing against Montana State University as one of four small colleges in Elevation Outdoors Magazine’s Top Adventure...

Rifle High School senior is first in family to college Story by Theresa Hamilton was first published in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent. Rifle High School senior Veronica Toscano-Santoyo wants to become a high school math teacher. Because of the Colorado Mountain College President’s Scholarship, she will be able...

Governor Hickenlooper signs House Bill 15-1224. He is joined by (l-r) John Giardino, former CMC Trustee from Leadville, Glenn Davis, President of the CMC Board of Trustees, Geri Anderson from Aims Community College, Rep. Mitsch-Bush, a former CMC faculty member, and Mitsch-Bush’s aide, Sam DeWitt. On Friday, April...