New partnership prepares students for healthcare careers

Dr. Tina Evans of CMC Steamboat Springs recognized with Campus Sustainability Research award

Starting this month and continuing over the next year, join CMC in celebrating five decades of learning excellence

At September event, Joe Gugelman, Rifle campus facility manager, shared CMC's strategies to reduce energy use and develop renewable resources

Colorado teens experience some of state’s finest outdoor activities while learning leadership concepts – for free

Glenwood Spring’s Yampah Mountain High School is in the final running for one of five $10 million XQ Super School Project grants. Their proposal was developed in partnership with area business and civic leaders, including Colorado Mountain College. This article about their proposal and accomplishment to date was first...

This inspiring story of one of CMC’s technology adjuncts was published in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent. By Ryan Summerlin. Alice Brouhard went from nurse to tech nerd for her family.” Creating better mountain futures for all people in our community:Alice Brouhard’s years of struggle to help her daughter...

In a year and a half, The Whole Works has grown from a startup with one seamstress and a single client to an established apparel manufacturer with six employees, 41 clients and 4,531 garments produced with another 1,876 scheduled for production by Nov. 30.

More than 700 Eagle County high school students earned college credits this academic year at Colorado Mountain College, thanks to organizations such as the college’s Women in Philanthropy.

We love having a literate astronomer on staff at CMC. Professor Jimmy Westlake teaches astronomy and physics at Colorado Mountain College, Steamboat Springs. His “Celestial News” column appears weekly in the Steamboat Today newspaper. immy Westlake/courtesy Look south around 10 p.m. this week to spot the planets Mars...