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,...

Join Colorado Mountain College at the 2015 Wine & Jazz Festival in Keystone on July 18. From 6:30-9:30 p.m. at the Warren Station Center for the Arts, be a part of the Culinary Concert: Farm to Table, Passion to Plate with PBS celebrity chefs and authors, Christy Rost and Sara Moulton. Enjoy food, wine, live jazz, live...

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...

Incoming or current Colorado Mountain College students looking for a way to get involved in Leadville’s running and mountain bike racing events while earning college credits may want to take advantage of an internship opportunity with the Leadville Race Series. Cooper Mallozzi, a professor of outdoor education at...

Colorado Mountain College, which offers a bachelor’s degree in sustainability studies, is taking sustainability to the community by hosting the Farm to Fork Fair, a free barbecue featuring local food, at its Aspen campus. Attendees can expect discussions and delicious foods at this afternoon event, which is open to...

From left, full-time Spanish faculty member Carol Koch and adjunct business faculty member Cynthia Bell received the Edwards campus’ Faculty of the Year awards during the graduation ceremony for Colorado Mountain College in Edwards on May 1. A week later, Koch and Bell received collegewide Faculty of the Year...

Now in its fourth year, the Summer Technology Institute at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge is accepting 10 more applications to fill its upcoming session June 22-26. During this weeklong, technology-packed learning adventure, students aged 11 to 14 will learn about the creative and business aspects of...

Students and staff from the annual First Ascent Youth Leadership program in 2010 make it to the summit of Mount Elbert. Photo Jordan Curet Through May 29 the First Ascent Youth Leadership program is accepting applications for its free, week-long course at Colorado Mountain College’s campus in Leadville. This is the...

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...