Leadership Summit’s class of 2015 graduated at a May 14 ceremony at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge. From left, front row, Leadership Summit Program Administrator Suzanne Price, Amber McCrackin, Dana Gillette, Joy Klein, Jen Barchers, Jen Cawley, Scott Fortner, Gavin Dalgliesch and CMC Dean of Business and...

The 2015-16 draft budget for Colorado Mountain College is available for viewing at any CMC location, or by going to the college’s website. To download the document, go to www.coloradomtn.edu, then choose the pulldown menu for “About.” Click on “Board of Trustees,” and then “Budget & Audit.” Or go directly...

The Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees met at the college’s campus in Edwards Friday, May 15, where they approved revised policies on reduction in force for faculty and sexual misconduct, and approved a lease for a building in downtown Rifle where students can take a limited number of courses and register...

Two more bachelor’s degrees will be offered through Colorado Mountain College beginning fall semester of 2015, following approvals received this month from the college’s accrediting body, the Higher Learning Commission. The Bachelor of Applied Science in leadership and management will be offered at Colorado...

Overcoming obstacles, showing persistence common traits Four years in the U.S. Navy interrupted her plans, but Jalyn McMurry finally earned her Associate of Arts degree at Colorado Mountain College in Leadville. McMurry was among CMC students in Leadville and Chaffee County to receive their degree or certificate...

Colorado Mountain College Edwards campus graduates’ stories They’ve shared time on the slopes and in the classroom. And this month, two snowboarding friends, Sara Blodgett and Elizabeth Wierman, graduated with Associate of Science degrees in biology – with honors – taking the next step toward becoming physician...

Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser, president and CEO of Colorado Mountain College, at left, recently presented a merit grant from the Northwest Regional Council of the El Pomar Foundation to Martha Fredendall, executive director of Literacy Outreach (on right) and Brisa Morales, Literacy Outreach’s volunteer...

Colorado Mountain College Rifle campus graduates’ stories Three years ago, at age 51, Ronde Crawford reached a turning point. Her children were grown and on their own. And after spending most of her life raising kids and working, the Parachute mother of four and grandmother of two was ready to make some positive...

“Unmarried in America,” written by Glenwood Springs playwright and Colorado Mountain College adjunct instructor Kristin (K.D.) Carlson, opens at Vintage Theatre in Aurora, Colo., on May 8. The play, which explores the national debate around marriage equality, had its first public reading at Colorado Mountain...

LEADVILLE – During early May, if you happen to bump into more Colorado Mountain College employees than usual in your favorite restaurant or retail establishment, don’t be surprised. Several hundred CMC employees will be filling local hotels, coffee shops and stores as they descend upon the college’s campus in...