The Colorado Mountain Junior College District is seeking outstanding candidates to run for positions on its elected board of trustees. Each term is for four years. Each potential candidate must be an eligible elector, as defined by state statute, and reside within the boundaries of the district in which they submit...

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...

At its meeting in Rifle on Monday, the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees unanimously voted for modifications in tuition discounts, including expanding the college’s “in-district” classification to include Colorado residents, and their dependents, who also own residential property in the six-county CMC...

Keeps tuition among lowest in Colorado At its meeting on Monday, the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees unanimously voted in support of keeping Colorado Mountain College among the most affordable colleges in the state. Looking ahead to the 2015-16 academic year, they approved a zero increase in the tuition...

Colorado Mountain College’s Board of Trustees held its November 2014 meeting Monday at the college’s campus in Aspen. During the meeting the board unanimously voted to approve: The college’s preliminary 2013-14 and first quarter 2014-15 financial reports Reserve appropriation and spending resolutions A new...

The 2014-15 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 menus for “About” and then “Board of Trustees,” and then “Budget & Audit.” Or go directly...

Colorado Mountain College’s Board of Trustees held its May 2014 meeting Thursday at the college’s location in Breckenridge, followed by a retreat facilitated by a consultant from the Association of Governing Boards. During the May 15 board meeting the trustees approved a $40 tuition differential for the pending...

Left to right are Dave Gorsuch, Glenn Davis and Aldo Radamus, executive director of Ski & Snowboard Club Vail. Photo courtesy Ski and Snowboard Club Vail. Glenn Davis, president of the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees and trustee for Eagle County, recently received kudos for both his contributions to his...

At the February 19th meeting of the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees, the board unanimously approved the college’s 2014-18 strategic plan, which will become effective July 1. The plan is the result of more than a year’s thorough research and analysis, with input from employees, students and community...

New president’s skills, energy and vision are praised by trustees Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser, ninth president of Colorado Mountain College. Today the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees approved a contract to hire Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser as the next president of the college. Following a national search, the...