Editor’s note: The City of Aspen distributed the following press release on May 23, 2017.  Aspen, Colorado – The City of Aspen and Colorado Mountain College are pleased to announce their employee, Dr. Liz O’Connell Chapman, has been appointed to the Colorado Solid and Hazardous Waste Commission. O’Connell...

The elected Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees and the CMC Foundation Board held their annual joint boards meeting at the college’s campus in Breckenridge May 15-16, 2017. They held a capital planning work session, to discuss remodeling and construction projects the trustees have been considering, as well...

Editor’s note: This first-person account by Adrian Fielder, assistant dean of instruction at Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley at Glenwood Springs, was published in the May 2017 “green” issue of Roaring Fork Lifestyle magazine http://www.roaringforklifestyle.com/2017/04/30/rising-up-by-rooting-down/. The piece...

Four Colorado Mountain College students were among 27 future educators honored at the state capitol May 8, 2017, in the inaugural ceremony of Colorado’s Aspiring Educator Honor Roll. The initiative to create the honor roll came from Dr. Kim Hunter Reed, the executive director of the Colorado Department of Higher...

Editor’s note: This story first ran in the May 7 edition of the Glenwood Springs Post-Independent. It is the fifth installment in a multi-part series celebrating Colorado Mountain College’s 50th anniversary. CMC’s new Blake Ave. building becomes city’s ‘community center’ The Glenwood Center staff of the 1980s...

If you want to stop by your local Colorado Mountain College campus May 10 or 11 to sign up for summer classes, you might want to wait until the next day. As a result of an all-employee conference, all of the college’s campuses and administrative offices – from Rifle to Steamboat to Aspen, and all points between...

This slideshow requires JavaScript. Retro ruled when students, alumni, friends and current and former employees celebrated in style the 50th anniversary of Colorado Mountain College at the Leadville campus this spring. Groundbreaking on the hill just south of Leadville was in April 1967, and classes started in October...

Classes start May 22

Colorado Mountain College Vail Valley hosted the second annual Vail Valley Math Competition on March 23. More than 150 high school students from five area high schools competed for cash, prizes and bragging rights. From left, Kevin Garcia, Luke McKeever and Peter Mitchell from Vail Mountain School, with CMC Associate...