Governor Hickenlooper signs House Bill 15-1224. He is joined by (l-r) John Giardino, former CMC Trustee from Leadville, Glenn Davis, President of the CMC Board of Trustees, Geri Anderson from Aims Community College, Rep. Mitsch-Bush, a former CMC faculty member, and Mitsch-Bush’s aide, Sam DeWitt. On Friday, April...

Last year, CMC held an awesome college-wide sustainability conference in Steamboat. This year, each campus will hold their own mini-conferences to celebrate their successes and raise awareness about the green sustainability efforts CMC is engaged in college wide. Below is a schedule and brief sum-up of various campus...

Take the survey sent to your email Colorado Mountain College is participating in The Chronicle of Higher Education’s 2015 Great Colleges to Work For program. In mid-March a survey was sent to full-time staff and faculty, as well as randomly selected adjunct faculty. If you received an email from “Great Colleges,”...

Some of the Roaring Fork Campus Phi Theta Kappa 2015 inductees posed for this photo. Pictured left to right are: Vicky Rosa, Thang Khan Sian Khai (“Andy”), Trent Marshall, Olga Pavlova, Eva Tarridas Campos, Lamine Kane, Jesse Monsalve and Bebly Machado. By Christie Smith The Roaring Fork Campus inducted 23 new members...

CMC Leadville hosts annual Rail Jam event at new location Students and terrain park enthusiasts will be excited to learn that this year’s Rail Jam event will be in a brand new location: The backyard freestyle terrain park. The backyard freestyle terrain park at Colorado Mountain College in Leadville is located...

This article was first published in the Summit Daily News.  By Alli Langley. Colorado Mountain College instructor and coordinator Sharon Aguiar, center, helps Fadys Velasquez, left, of Dillon Valley, and Omero Garcia, right, of Summit Cove, with their English at Dillon Valley Elementary on Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015....

Have you always wanted to trek with mountain gorillas? Are you (or is a young person you know) impassioned by humanitarian issues or intrigued by international sustainable development? CMC’s “Aid and Development in Uganda and Rwanda” Study Abroad offers an opportunity to explore the complexities of humanitarian aid and...

Rainforests. Volcanos. Progressive sustainability. Beaches. Colorado Mountain College offers another opportunity to study abroad this summer, when Study Abroad Costa Rica kicks off May 30. Students can learn transfer-level Spanish and Environmental Science credits while immersing themselves in Spanish language classes...

[LEADVILLE, COLO.] – With the help of a K9 team from Colorado Forensic Canine, at approximately 11:40 a.m. on Friday Feb. 6, Lake County Search and Rescue located the body of Colton Wilson, a student from Colorado Mountain College’s Leadville campus. He was located in an area on or near the south end of campus, near...

Photo of CMC Leadville student Colton Wilson. The Lake County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the recent disappearance of Colton Wilson. Wilson is a student at Colorado Mountain College in Leadville and was last seen on January 29, 2015. The case is being investigated by the Lake County Sheriff’s Office as an...