Colorado Mountain College Rifle’s high school equivalency (formerly known as GED) and English as a second language programs have recently returned to serve students at the college’s Rifle campus on Airport Road. For several years GED and ESL students had taken classes at the Downtown Rifle Academic Center. That...

Harrison used classes to ‘jump-start’ college, marketing career

By Donna Gray RIFLE – When Cheryl Barker and Trenten Hagerty stepped up to the podium at this year’s Colorado Mountain College graduation ceremonies in Rifle, they saw their futures bright and clear. Cheryl Barker, with her grandchildren, received an Associate of General Studies at CMC Rifle’s graduation ceremony...

This column, by Carole Boughton, CMC vice president and Rifle campus dean, appeared in the April 26 edition of the Rifle Citizen Telegram.  By Carole Boughton “Education is one thing in life that no one can ever take away from you. You have earned it. It is yours.” – Dr. Idalynn Karr That piece of advice from...

Campus’s year-long series to celebrate the visual arts – and more

The Rifle Citizen Telegram published this column in its Feb. 22 edition.  By Thomas Valles, CMC director of financial aid I hear from students fairly often that Colorado Mountain College is a good “Plan B” school. I disagree. I know, many students believe that graduating from a prestigious college will yield a...

Common Grounds hosts retired Col. Kathleen Dennis Feb. 2

Presentations at CMC Spring Valley Feb. 28, CMC Rifle March 1

Rifle’s Christopher Popish achieves long-anticipated goal

Rifle native and Colorado statesman addresses CMC graduates