This column by Carol Carlson appeared in the Dec. 21, 2018 Vail Daily. Carlson is the concurrent enrollment coordinator at Colorado Mountain College Vail Valley at Edwards. She has lived with multiple sclerosis since she was 24 and is a breast cancer survivor. By Carol Carlson This fall, I had an experience that...

CMC seeks to continue serving our mountain communities

Paul "Bear" Rauschke retires from CMC's ski area ops program after 30-plus years

One year later, Boughton looks back and ahead on her time in Rifle and at CMC

This column, by Carole Boughton, CMC vice president and Rifle campus dean, appeared in the April 26 edition of the Rifle Citizen Telegram.  By Carole Boughton “Education is one thing in life that no one can ever take away from you. You have earned it. It is yours.” – Dr. Idalynn Karr That piece of advice from...

This column, by Skip Lee, Colorado Mountain College Leadville dean of student affairs, appeared in the April 26 edition of the Leadville Herald-Democrat.  By Skip Lee In 2017, Colorado Mountain College was selected as a JED Campus. The Jed Foundation (JED) was founded in 2000 by Donna and Phil Satow, after their son...

The Rifle Citizen Telegram published this column in its Feb. 22 edition.  By Thomas Valles, CMC director of financial aid I hear from students fairly often that Colorado Mountain College is a good “Plan B” school. I disagree. I know, many students believe that graduating from a prestigious college will yield a...

CMC Leadville helps prep main street for March 2-4 event

Connecting to locals part of college life

Rifle’s Christopher Popish achieves long-anticipated goal