Civil-union couples eligible for tuition, health-care perks GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado — Colorado Mountain College has extended health-insurance and tuition-discount benefits to “domestic partners,” in keeping with the State of Colorado’s recent adoption of civil unions for same-sex couples. The new policy, which...

In a special meeting on March 5, the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees voted unanimously to appoint Charles Cunniffe as interim trustee for Board Member District 1 in the college’s six-county district. Cunniffe’s appointment continues until the next regular election of the board, in November 2013. He...

Board votes in favor of ASSET bill, tuition freeze for 2013-14 [Glenwood Springs, Colo.] The Board of Trustees of Colorado Mountain College today announced a unanimous vote to appoint Charles Dassance, Ph.D., as interim president of the college. Once all terms are agreed upon, Dassance will oversee the 12-location...

This article appeared in the Glenwood Post Independent on February 1, 2013. By John Stroud. GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Colorado Mountain College’s board of trustees voted unanimously Thursday to lend the college’s support to an immigrant student tuition bill that’s currently working its way through the Colorado...

In a teleconference meeting on Dec. 27, the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees accepted the resignation of college President Dr. Stan Jensen. After the meeting Glenn Davis, president of the board of trustees, issued the following statement: “With regret the Board of Trustees of Colorado Mountain College has...

ASPEN – At Monday’s meeting of the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees, the board voted to approve the college’s overall $63.1 million budget for 2012-13. That amount covers the combined operating and capital budgets for the academic year. The general operating budget, of $54.5 million, represents a 4...

Colorado Mountain College is working out the final details to buy 25 acres of land adjacent to the school’s Rifle campus, near the Garfield County Regional Airport.The college’s board of trustees, at its May 14 meeting in Glenwood Springs, authorized the administration to move ahead with a plan to pay $500,000 for the...

At Colorado Mountain College sites or on the web The 2012-13 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 “Communities & Friends” and then...

At the May 14, 2012, meeting of the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees, the board voted to not recognize a land lease between the college and SourceGas. SourceGas has been seeking to build a booster compressor station on the college’s campus in Spring Valley. After hearing feedback from the community this...

Colorado Mountain College admins and trustees discuss issues A contingent from Colorado Mountain College recently visited U.S. Sen. Mark Udall in his Washington office (left to right): CMC President Dr. Stan Jensen, Leadville campus Vice President Mike Simon, Trustee Pat Chlouber of Leadville, Sen. Udall and...