A free one-day First Generation College Summit for students and their parents will be held at Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs, 1402 Blake Ave., on Saturday, April 14, 8 a.m. The summit is a chance to learn about success stories, such as Ana Vega-Terrazas, an Alpine Bank Hispanic/Latino Scholar at...

A press conference to announce Colorado Mountain College’s new Isaacson School for New Media is being hosted at our Aspen campus today at 11:00 a.m.  You can read the press release below.  To learn more about the program, go to isaacsonschool.org. [ASPEN, Colo.] – Colorado Mountain College announced today the...

CMC grad lands job with fly fishing magazine This article first appeared in the Glenwood Post Independent. By Collin Szewczyk. Copi Vojta admires a fine Roaring Fork rainbow trout. Vojta, a graduate of Colorado Mountain College's photography program, has landed a job as photo editor for The Flyfish Journal out of...

This article first appeared in the Aspen Daily News. By Curtis Wackerle. With the local market for reusable grocery bags about to get bigger, Colorado Mountain College and Garfield County are partnering on an effort to open a light-industrial sewing shop that will serve as a workforce training center and produce the...

Prospective students will be arriving soon to tour Colorado Mountain College’s Steamboat, Glenwood Springs – Spring Valley and Leadville campuses during the college’s 2012 Visit Days. For those who can’t attend the real thing, a series of new videos highlighting several CMC locations and programs can offer a virtual tour...

CMC’s Sara Smith is October feature in new Alpine Bank calendar Dr. Sara Smith, professor of Spanish at the Roaring Fork Campus, is one of Alpine Bank's featured educators in its 2012 calendar. Free calendars are available at any Alpine Bank. Alpine Bank has recently released its 2012 calendar, and Dr. Sara Smith,...

CMC a partner in successful program for first generation students This article was previously published in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent. By Jim Noyes. In a country where roughly 25 percent of high school students drop out and never earn their diplomas, and only one-third of the graduates move on to higher...

Graphic design student Anna Hoffman shares the story of a design Since I am taking summer classes as well as working, life has been pretty hectic. Well, the good news is that I have something new I designed.  It is more of an inspirational piece but I hope you like it! "Beauty Is", a design by CMC graphic design...

“Wilderness Cooking” workshop fires up on Monday, June 6 Colorado Mountain College in Carbondale offers a new series workshops aimed at enhancing the experience of outdoor enthusiasts of all levels. The workshops are instructed by Sarah Johnson, a wilderness trip leader and educator, who is currently the education...

Maureen Nuckols receives first RFC Legacy Award Professor Maureen Nuckols (center) is presented with the first RFC Legacy Award by campus CEO Carla Malmquist (left) at the recent graduation pinning ceremony for nursing students. Colorado Mountain College’s Roaring Fork Campus has established the new Legacy Award and...