Patrick Gucwa held a 4.0 grade point average while simultaneously attending Glenwood Springs High School and Colorado Mountain College. He earned his associate degree (at left) weeks before receiving his high school diploma (at right). Photo courtesy Patrick Gucwa GLENWOOD SPRINGS ­– During this year’s springtime...

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...

CMC athletes earn Phi Theta Kappa and All Academic honors Students on Colorado Mountain College’s Alpine Ski Team juggle academics with an intense travel schedule. Despite the extra challenge incurred by life on the road, the team managed to earn a cumulative GPA of 3.55 during the spring 2014 semester. CMC Ski Team...

Grads earn CMC associate degrees, high school diplomas in same year At Colorado Mountain College in Edwards May 2, four local high school graduating seniors also donned caps and gowns for the college’s graduation ceremony. The students, who are all earning Associate of Arts degrees from CMC the same year they...

Sustainable housing, hydroenergy, Real Food Challenges: Just a few of the solutions CMC Sustainability Studies students created as part of their capstone projects. If you missed Colorado Mountain College’s recent Sustainability Conference, you can now catch the wrap up on the students’ inspired ideas and the conference...

Celebrated milestone at Colorado Mountain College ceremony in Keystone May 2 Shawn Biehl never set out to be an overachiever, but the title stuck after she graduated from Colorado Mountain College with three associate degrees in 2008 – an Associate of Arts in business and two Associate of Applied Science degrees...

Three historic educational bills passed by the Johnson administration, which created what are now known as the TRIO programs, are still opening doors for students locally and nationwide. Colorado Mountain College is helping students via TRIO programs at five of its campus locations. Our public information staff...

This article appeared in the Steamboat Today. By Joel Reichenberger. Colorado Mountain College student Brett Somen cuts through the trees at Steamboat Ski Area on Sunday, the resort’s closing day. Somen skied 119 days at Steamboat and 149 overall, every day but one during the season. He also didn’t miss a class and...

CMC class travels to Wyoming to boost their skills A class of prospective guides taking part in Colorado Mountain College’s Professional Ski & Snowboard Guide Certificate program caught sunset recently during a ski tour at Wyoming’s Three Rivers Ranch. The program introduces students to guiding techniques, risk...

This article was published in The Summit Daily News. By Alli Langley. Katy Crook earned an associate degree in ski area operations at Colorado Mountain College. Photo: Brent Neumeier. The sun disappeared behind the mountains at Copper Mountain Resort Saturday, March 29, and Debbie Caves climbed into her snowcat. She...