While they waited for commencement exercises to begin this past May, Nancy Genova, Colorado Mountain College campus vice president in Rifle, spoke with students such as GED recipients Claudia Carrasco, left, and Jacobed Carrasco. Genova is retiring from the college after 27 years. Photo Charles Engelbert Both...

Earlier this spring, Enews ran a short series of articles profiling students who have benefited from TRIO’s Upward Bound and Student Support Services programs at different Colorado Mountain College locations. This profile features grad Edgar Montes, the first person in his immediate family earn a college...

Club Rotario, the Rotary Club of the Roaring Fork Valley, awarded more than $15,000 in scholarships to 22 CMC students. The Club Rotario Roaring Fork CMC Scholarship Award was created by local Rotarians dedicated to promoting diversity and providing access to education regardless of a student’s background. Pictured...

Business degrees pair real-world experience with leadership, management skills Alesha Frederick, a Bachelor of Science in business administration student, studies between classes at Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs. Frederick is part of the first class of bachelor’s degree students to graduate from CMC....

The Aspen Young Professionals Association (AYPA) is offering 25% off membership to all CMC students at our Aspen, Carbondale and Spring Valley locations. AYPA is a non-profit organization that provides networking, entrepreneurship and community engagement opportunities to young Roaring Fork Valley professionals to...

Public invited to meet Walter Isaacson and learn about CMC’s new school in Aspen and Glenwood Springs Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute President and CEO and author of the biography “Steve Jobs”. Colorado Mountain College will dedicate the Isaacson School for New Media July 18 in Aspen. The public is invited to the...

Colorado Mountain College offers hands-on Internet broadcast experience By Kristin Carlson In today’s world of real-time Internet broadcasting, stories travel around the globe with the click of a mouse. The inaugural New Media Camp of the Rockies, at Colorado Mountain College’s Spring Valley campus, aims to help...

High Tech New Media Camp for young adults The New Media Camp in the Rockies, a cooperative venture between Colorado Mountain College and the True Media Foundation, is launching its inaugural residential summer program, for participants ages 16-20, at the college’s campus at Spring Valley near Glenwood Springs....

CMC Graphic Design student Jordan Callier shares his final for CMC’s Motion Graphics class below. This post was was originally published in Jordan’s blog, The Art of Visual Communication, which shares great views of classes and assignments CMC’s  Graphic Design program. I just completed my final for my Motion Graphics...

Innovative New Media program starts Fall Semester 2012 Colorado Mountain College is hosting information sessions in April to explain the curriculum and application process for its new Isaacson School for New Media. Credit classes start the week of Aug. 27, although some professional development workshops are planned...