Starting this month and continuing over the next year, join CMC in celebrating five decades of learning excellence

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Colorado Mountain College has pulled together nearly $1 million in grants and community funds in the Mountain Futures Fund. This fund covers a $1,000 President’s Scholarship that is offered to every graduating high school senior in the college’s district, as well as training high school teachers to deliver...

The Aspen Institute announced its inaugural class of the Aspen Presidential Fellows, including Dr. Matt Gianneschi, chief operating officer and chief of staff at Colorado Mountain College. One of only 40 nationwide for inaugural class of highly selective program Today, the Aspen Institute announced its inaugural...

This Q & A between CMC President Carrie Besnette Hauser and Summit Daily News reporter Kevin Fixler was printed in today’s Summit Daily News. After years in the public and private education sectors, Carrie Besnette Hauser was hired as Colorado Mountain College’s president and CEO in December 2014 to help guide the...

This CMC Corner Column by CMC associate VP of enrollment management Shane Larson was first printed in the Glenwood Post Independent. Across the country, there are hundreds of thousands of people who have taken some college classes but do not hold a degree. In Colorado, this is about 22 percent of the adult population,...

College asks for the future ability to provide broadband internet If you’ve been looking at your ballot, you may be wondering: “What’s this 4D initiative about? Is CMC going to become an internet service provider?” Answer: not now, but could be in the future. Ballot Initiative 4D would exempt Colorado Mountain College...

By Debbie Crawford (PIO) & Steve Rozanski (Risk Manager) In light of recent violence on college campuses, awareness of our college’s emergency preparedness is more important than ever. Over the years the college has been regularly improving its emergency plans and training, and understanding your role – as a...

Bryce Andrews, author of “Badluck Way” will speak at seven Colorado Mountain College locations in October as part of the ninth annual Common Reader program. By Carrie Click. When Bryce Andrews took a job at an expansive Montana cattle ranch near Yellowstone, he didn’t intend to write “Badluck Way: A Year on...

More students, taking more classes collegewide Kimberly Vega, who is a second-year student in Colorado Mountain College’s Bachelor of Science in business administration program, says she appreciates the quality of faculty, beauty of the Spring Valley campus and diversity of the student body. The college’s preliminary...