Colorado Mountain College to create mobile training lab This article first appeared in the Citizen Telegram By Rob Winn Rob Winn, Grants Administrator at Colorado Mountain College in Rifle This fall at Colorado Mountain College in Rifle we are preparing for a whole new era of learning that will allow us to improve the...

New film aims to turn oppression into opportunity for women around the globe Filmmakers interview women around the globe for the documentary “Half the Sky”. Photo from PBS website. Colorado Mountain College in Rifle and Chevron kick off the third year of free PBS Community Cinema screenings on Sept. 28 with “Half the...

New faculty and integrated energy technology at CMC’s Rifle campus This article was first published in the Rifle Citizen Telegram. By Nancy Genova Nancy Genova, chief executive officer of Colorado Mountain College in Rifle and a college vice president A new school year has started, marked by a new burst of energy from...

Kevin Locke performs for free at CMC in Rifle Sept. 7 Kevin Locke will present a free evening of storytelling, Lakota courting flute and hoop dance at Colorado Mountain College in Rifle Friday, Sept. 7. Sponsored by Colorado Mountain College and Chevron. Kevin Locke is known throughout the world as the preeminent...

This article first appeared in the Glenwood Post Independent. By Emily Hisel. Colorado Mountain College students and instructors show off the 10 kilowatt solar array they installed atop the remodeled New Castle Branch Library. When the Garfield Public Library District began construction projects in 2009, having...

Colorado Mountain College partners to screen “Strong!” U.S. Olympic Weightlifter, Cheryl Haworth.  Photo courtesy PBS Community Cinema. The next free film screening in the PBS Community Cinema series, sponsored by Colorado Mountain College in Rifle and Chevron, will feature “Strong!” on Friday, May 18. This film...

Nicole Loschke – Colorado Mountain College Dual Credit Student Nicole Loschke graduated from Grand Valley High School in Parachute with 36 dual-enrollment credits from Colorado Mountain College. She was also a student leader in the First Ascent Leadership program run by the College each summer for District high...

View and buy student and faculty work at West Garfield Campus Julie Gavigo of New Castle, Leo Braun of Parachute and Cindy McCain of Silt, left to right, work on their pottery bowls during their ceramics class at Colorado Mountain College's West Garfield Campus in Rifle. Photo Mike McKibbin The annual West Garfield...

Grand Valley grad continues long family tradition of teaching By Mike McKibbin Colorado Mountain College students Malcolm King and Jazmine Vogel listen to and learn from ceramics instructor Gabe Brubacher at the college's West Garfield Campus in Rifle. Photo Mike McKibbin RIFLE – Gabe Brubacher held an unfinished clay...

By Nancy Genova, acting CEO of Colorado Mountain College’s West Garfield Campus Nancy Genova, acting CEO of the West Garfield Campus. Photo Ed Kosmicki. I’m often asked what sets a community college apart from other educational options. Aside from the obvious affordability, flexibility, and responsiveness to...