Colorado Mountain College faculty and administrators can now earn a doctor of education degree at DU's Morgridge College of Education

Scheduled to begin fall 2017, new program will prepare CMC students for Forest Service-based ski area management positions

At CMC's Reach Your Peak camp, middle schoolers learn about aerial firefighting and emergency work at Rifle Garfield County Airport

Glenwood Spring’s Yampah Mountain High School is in the final running for one of five $10 million XQ Super School Project grants. Their proposal was developed in partnership with area business and civic leaders, including Colorado Mountain College. This article about their proposal and accomplishment to date was first...

In a year and a half, The Whole Works has grown from a startup with one seamstress and a single client to an established apparel manufacturer with six employees, 41 clients and 4,531 garments produced with another 1,876 scheduled for production by Nov. 30.

“Conforming Series 2” by Sara Ransford, soda fired stoneware, 2010, will be one of over 70 works of art at “Celebrating Community We Share,” a collaborative exhibit of Anderson Ranch Arts Center and Colorado Mountain College students and faculty. The opening reception at the college’s campus is 5-7 p.m. on...

From left, former culinary scholarship recipients Demitrius Landry and Marybeth Miller were among the apprentice chefs who prepared a recent dinner at the Keystone Ranch Restaurant to raise money for Colorado Mountain College Culinary Institute student scholarships. Both are May graduates of the college’s renowned...

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...

Upward Bound student Sierra Jackson is a senior at Coal Ridge High School. As part of the Upward Bound college-prep program, she attends tutoring sessions in her school library every Wednesday afternoon. She said she likes the camaraderie of studying with other students who also want to go to college. Photo Kate...

Week-long First Ascent Youth Leadership enrolling students now – April 29 deadline At last summer’s First Ascent Youth Leadership program, an afternoon hailstorm sent students and counselors inside. At far right, counselor Kristen Nestor helps facilitate a trust game called Werewolf. Besides offering students...