Thirteen high school graduates to attend Colorado Mountain College this fall

Craig and Colleen Farnum are fat-bike enthusiasts who have used the all-electric car for camping and road trips with their daughter, Eversen. This article was published in the Glenwood Post Independent. By Heather McGregor/Clean Energy Economy News Craig and Colleen Farnum of Carbondale are a middle-class couple with...

Brenda Paredes first became a CMC student in 2011 when she began taking beginning level English as a Second Language classes in Carbondale.  After taking classes for a few semesters, she took a short break from the ESL program.  Earlier this year, she returned to CMC Carbondale and has now worked her way up to the...

This summer, Colorado Mountain College in Carbondale played host to three groups of very young inquiring minds. The Summer Advantage Program, a national initiative that creates summer learning opportunities, brought groups of local students to CMC. Counselor Craig Farnum and Administrative Technician Linda Froning...

 This CMC Corner Column appeared in the Glenwood Post Independent. By Suzanne W. Kirch. Community colleges are, “an American invention, designed to give people a second chance,” according to Charles “Chick” Dassance, former interim president at Colorado Mountain College. The Adult Learning Lab in Glenwood...

Since 2008, photographers around the world have taken portraits, often of people in need, through the organization Help-Portrait, then printed and delivered them free of charge. Professional photo program students in CMC’s Isaacson School donated their time to Help-Portrait for the fifth year running Friday night, Dec....

This article appeared in the Fall 2014 issue of Garfield County Libraries Page by Page publication. CMC student Eric Black (left) works with Master Electrician Jordan Arnhold (center) and CMC instructor Chris Ellis (right) to install the final row of solar panels atop the Carbondale branch of Garfield County...

The Electric Vehicle Rally of the Rockies, an event created by electric car advocates to highlight the growing viability of electric cars as a regional transportation option, took place Friday, Oct. 3 and wrapped up at Colorado Mountain College in Carbondale. The event received coverage from CBS Denver, the Glenwood...

Colorado Mountain College’s new EMS Mobile Classroom was recently the subject of a dedication ceremony at the college’s campus in Rifle, attended by members of Colorado River Fire Rescue and EMS faculty. The classroom, which Colorado River Fire Rescue had formerly used as an ambulance in western Garfield County,...