Betty Damask-Bembenek, director of nursing education at Colorado Mountain College, was a featured presenter at a recent national conference, hosted by the Organization for Associate Degree Nursing, in Dallas. She described how the college recently implemented a Bachelor of Science in nursing degree, one of the few of...

Auditions take place Jan. 29, callbacks Jan. 30

Two Aspen performances scheduled Feb. 2-3

Four-course fundraising dinner set for Feb. 16

Colorado Mountain College has received $240,000 from the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative, a program of the Colorado Department of Higher Education. The grant is the second-largest amount awarded to the 19 school districts, higher education institutions, foundations and educational nonprofit organizations...

Four-year program to focus on increasing student accessibility to help, testing

The Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees met at the college’s Central Services administrative offices in Glenwood Springs Dec. 13-14, for a community meet-and-greet and hard hat tour of Cooper Commons, a regular board meeting, and two work sessions – one on capital projects, and the other on tuition and...

CMC's western regional vice president begins new CDHE position Jan. 3

During CMC's 50th anniversary, former students are heading back to school

Rachel Pokrandt has been appointed as the vice president of Colorado Mountain College Leadville and Chaffee County, effective immediately. Rachel Pokrandt has been named vice president for Colorado Mountain College Leadville and Chaffee County, effective Dec. 5, 2016. She has been serving as interim campus leader...