Faculty, students join national awareness day

CMC precollegiate camps introduce future possibilities Outside Colorado Mountain College Carbondale, Reach Your Peak student Cristina Landeros, center, tries to remember the names of her fellow camp participants during a warm-up exercise. Local middle and high schoolers took part in a photography camp based at CMC...

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Good news for high school seniors

High school and college students throughout Colorado Mountain College’s service area will be helping at Habitat for Humanity’s building projects and ReStores on Feb. 25, the 2017 National TRIO Day of Service. In addition, from Feb. 20 to 24, students are coordinating food drives, benefitting LiftUp and the...

Four-year program to focus on increasing student accessibility to help, testing

The faculty, staff and students of the professional photography program at Colorado Mountain College will be at the First United Methodist Church in Glenwood Springs on Wednesday, Nov. 30, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. to provide free portraits as part of the international Help-Portrait movement. Help-Portrait is a global...

Open and inclusive to all

The Colorado Mountain College Foundation held a scholarship reception on Sept. 21 at the Blue River home of Susan and Jeff Hollier to allow donors and scholarship recipients to celebrate the beginning of the fall term and to meet one another. From left, Dave Askeland, CMC vice president in Dillon and Breckenridge;...