CMC's Sopris Theatre Company presents "Sixteen Wounded" Feb. 17-26

Winona LaDuke, American environmentalist, economist and writer, will attend student workshops and give a free public presentation at CMC Vail Valley at Edwards on Feb. 21. Internationally renowned activist Winona LaDuke will visit Colorado Mountain College Vail Valley at Edwards for “An Evening with Winona...

LEADVILLE, COLO. – Feb. 14, 2017 – The Lake County Sheriff’s Office Special Operations Group (SOG) has a suspect in custody following a threat made to the Colorado Mountain College campus in Leadville. Adam Slattery, who attended the college for one semester and was not enrolled this spring, has been charged...

Mark March 8 on your calendar for soup and ceramics in Rifle

Salty and Allison Marriner prep for the 2018 Winter Olympics

A series tracing Colorado Mountain College's roots

The Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees met Jan. 25 at the college’s Vail Valley campus in Edwards for a community meet-and-greet, a regular board meeting, and two work sessions – one on capital projects, and the other on tuition and fees. Following the work session on tuition and fees, which included...

Four-course fundraising dinner set for Feb. 16

Colorado Mountain College has received $240,000 from the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative, a program of the Colorado Department of Higher Education. The grant is the second-largest amount awarded to the 19 school districts, higher education institutions, foundations and educational nonprofit organizations...

Four-year program to focus on increasing student accessibility to help, testing