Information sessions scheduled for nursing degree programs

Colorado Mountain College is holding information meetings about its bachelor’s and associate degrees in nursing, in time to register for the spring semester. The Bachelor of Science in nursing application deadline is Nov. 15, and classes begin Jan. 12. The associate degree application deadline is Feb. 1 for a fall 2015 start. The Bachelor of… Continue reading Information sessions scheduled for nursing degree programs

Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees meets in Leadville

[LEADVILLE] – Colorado Mountain College’s Board of Trustees held its September 2014 meeting Monday at the college’s campus in Leadville, one of CMC’s three residential campuses. During the meeting the board unanimously voted to approve: Articulation agreements with the Colorado Department of Higher Education, for two dozen associate degrees with specific discipline designations Accepting the… Continue reading Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees meets in Leadville

CMC in Edwards celebrates inaugural student art show

On Friday, Sept. 12, the Colorado Mountain College campus in Edwards will come alive with art and music. To celebrate the campus’s inaugural student art show, CMC ArtShare and the recently formed Vail Valley Art Guild will be hosting a free, public opening reception in the auditorium from 5 to 8 p.m. The evening will… Continue reading CMC in Edwards celebrates inaugural student art show

Sopris Theatre Company at Colorado Mountain College launches new name, season

Sopris Theatre Company at Colorado Mountain College, formerly known as CMC Theatre, is preparing another new season of dramatic fare for audiences up and down the valley. The season, produced by Jim and Connie Calaway of Carbondale, consists of four productions that will run from Oct. 17, 2014, through April 19, 2015. All performances will… Continue reading Sopris Theatre Company at Colorado Mountain College launches new name, season

Sopris Theatre Company at CMC calls for actors for two productions

Sopris Theatre Company, formerly known as CMC Theatre, will hold open auditions for Lanford Wilson’s “The Rimers of Eldritch” on Sept. 2 from 6 to 9 p.m. By appointment, auditions will take place at Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs-Spring Valley. In “The Rimers of Eldritch,” a murder trial in a small Missouri hamlet brings… Continue reading Sopris Theatre Company at CMC calls for actors for two productions

Maestas, Genova retire from Colorado Mountain College

  Both campus vice presidents are retiring this month; between them, they oversee all five CMC learning locations from Aspen to Rifle, also including Carbondale, Spring Valley and Glenwood Springs. “It’s been an honor to work with Nancy, who’s been a compassionate leader in guiding her campus, our students in Garfield County and her peers… Continue reading Maestas, Genova retire from Colorado Mountain College

Patty Limerick to bring balanced discussion about oil and gas to CMC in Rifle

By Carrie Click It’s not easy to pigeonhole Patty Limerick. She’s a tough Western woman and a Yale graduate. She’s known as being energetically funny, and she’s highly educated too, proving that the two aren’t mutually exclusive. Best of all, Dr. Limerick takes a balanced, academic look at tough issues, helping guide others to more… Continue reading Patty Limerick to bring balanced discussion about oil and gas to CMC in Rifle

Getting a head start on higher ed with concurrent enrollment

GLENWOOD SPRINGS ­– During this year’s springtime graduation season, Patrick Gucwa attended more than one commencement ceremony. The high school senior – one of his class’s seven valedictorians – received his diploma from Glenwood Springs High School. But several weeks earlier, he’d already participated in another graduation: the commencement exercises at Colorado Mountain College in… Continue reading Getting a head start on higher ed with concurrent enrollment

Isaacson School students reach new heights at Aspen Ideas Festival

By Carrie Click ASPEN – More than 20 Isaacson School for New Media students and faculty threw themselves headlong into the recent Aspen Ideas Festival, which brings top business leaders, journalists, intellectuals, politicians and world leaders to the Colorado mountains for 10 days of deep conversation, debate and interaction. The opportunity for students to take… Continue reading Isaacson School students reach new heights at Aspen Ideas Festival