Alpine Bank Chairman Bob Young, center, and CMC President Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser, left, surrounded by the 2015 class of Alpine Bank Hispanic/Latino Scholarship recipients following a recent awards luncheon. The student scholars, who are receiving scholarships to attend two years at Colorado Mountain College, and...

Colorado Mountain College’s Rifle campus will soon offer class registration and a limited number of classes in downtown Rifle. This is in addition to classes it will continue to offer at the Rifle campus’s Encana Academic Center near the Garfield County Regional Airport, and in Parachute. “To continue to meet...

Leadership Summit seeks applicants for fall 2015 start  Leadership Summit 2016 is accepting applications for participation in its annual leadership program. Current and emerging leaders who live and/or work in Summit County are encouraged to join the ranks of more than 160 alumni and prominent leaders who have...

Leslie Rockey leaving shelter, though staying close at CMC’s Veterinary Technology Farm This summer Leslie Rockey becomes the new animal resource manager at the Veterinary Technology Farm at Colorado Mountain College’s campus in Spring Valley. Rockey has been the director of the neighboring Colorado Animal Rescue...

“White and Shadows,” an exhibit featuring the ceramic art of Michael Wisner, is on display from July 3 through Aug. 27 at the CMC ArtShare Gallery in downtown Glenwood Springs. An artist’s reception will be held from 6-8 p.m. on July 9. The intricately detailed pottery of ceramist Michael Wisner will be the focus of...

New lists rank the college among four-year institutions Colorado Mountain College was just named the nation’s third-most-affordable college for obtaining a bachelor’s degree, in a report from the U.S. Department of Education. It is the only institution in Colorado listed among the country’s most affordable...

An artist reception at the Aspen Gallery at CMC will be held on July 7 for Rita Blitt’s current exhibition, “Works on Paper Retrospective.” Photo Stuart Huck The gallery at Colorado Mountain College’s Aspen Campus is featuring “Works on Paper Retrospective” by part-time Aspenite and international award-winning...

The Colorado Mountain College Foundation Board recently added three new members – Ed Brown, Roger Hennefeld and Ferdinand “Tito” Liotta, M.D. – all of whom reside in the Roaring Fork Valley. The non-elected CMC Foundation Board, now at 18 members, oversees the nonprofit Colorado Mountain College Foundation,...

A memorandum of understanding was recently signed between Colorado Mountain College and Colorado State University, allowing smoother-than-ever transitions for some of the CMC students transferring to CSU. Student Support Services provide pathway to success A partnership between Colorado Mountain College and Colorado...

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...