Betty Damask-Bembenek, director of nursing education at Colorado Mountain College, was a featured presenter at a recent national conference, hosted by the Organization for Associate Degree Nursing, in Dallas. She described how the college recently implemented a Bachelor of Science in nursing degree, one of the few of...

Colorado Mountain College will host a site visit review March 1-3, 2016, for continuing accreditation of its associate degree nursing program and initial accreditation of its RN-to-BSN (baccalaureate) nursing program by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing. The public is invited to meet the site visit...

CMC expands program to improve job prospects By Carrie Click From left, Luis Pena and Brady Hart, applied engineering technician students at Colorado Mountain College’s campus in Rifle, demonstrate some of the equipment they are learning to use, with faculty member Stewart Clark. Luis Pena was just 3 years old when...

Leslie Rockey leaving shelter, though staying close at CMC’s Veterinary Technology Farm This summer Leslie Rockey becomes the new animal resource manager at the Veterinary Technology Farm at Colorado Mountain College’s campus in Spring Valley. Rockey has been the director of the neighboring Colorado Animal Rescue...

This CMC Corner column by Judy Evans, MS, RN ran in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent on Dec. 8. Evans is an associate professor of nursing at Colorado Mountain College and an acute care nurse who has been in the nursing profession for 38 years. For more information on CMC’s nursing degrees, visit...

Colorado Mountain College’s veterinary technician center, located at the college’s Spring Valley campus, in summer.. Colorado Mountain College’s Veterinary Technology Club invites the community to tour the program’s 220-acre center and teaching hospital at Spring Valley on Saturday, Oct. 11 from 10 a.m. to...

Colorado Mountain College is holding information meetings about its bachelor’s and associate degrees in nursing, in time to register for the spring semester. The Bachelor of Science in nursing application deadline is Nov. 15, and classes begin Jan. 12. The associate degree application deadline is Feb. 1 for a fall...

Sopris Theatre Company at Colorado Mountain College, formerly known as CMC Theatre, is preparing another new season of dramatic fare for audiences up and down the valley. The season, produced by Jim and Connie Calaway of Carbondale, consists of four productions that will run from Oct. 17, 2014, through April 19, 2015....

This article was published in the Vail Daily News. OUR School Director Joy Love, center, works with Bryn Thomas, 3, left, and Nathan Fry, 4, right, at the Glenwood Springs preschool. As have many of OUR School’s staff, Love received her training in early childhood education at CMC. Photo: Kate Lapides. Colorado...

Information sessions July 15-Aug. 7 at CMC in Breckenridge, Glenwood Springs, Edwards As of Aug. 25 – the first day of Colorado Mountain College’s fall semester – the college will offer bachelor’s degrees in nursing, for registered nurses. The new Bachelor of Science in nursing degree, also known as the RN to...