The NSAA and CMC have partnered to deliver online educational opportunities for lift mechanics
The CMC Eagles traveled to Colorado Springs on Oct. 8 to compete in the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Cross-Country Open.
Many students are earning college credits while still in high school
Colorado Mountain College lost an advocate and friend over the summer when Doris Dewton passed away on July 22. Dewton was a two-time (three terms) CMC Trustee, member of the Foundation Board and President’s Advisory Council, donor, scholarship application reviewer, commencement usher, and anything else that the college needed for all the years she and… Continue reading CMC remembers one of its greatest champions
CMC President Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser accomplished an incredible feat early Friday morning summiting Mount Rainier with CMC faculty member Dr. Jon Kedrowski, who recently summited Mount Everest for the second time. Hauser is an avid outdoorswoman; she has summited Mount Kilimanjaro, climbed to Mount Everest base camp and is nearing completion of Colorado’s 58… Continue reading 1000 Words: President Hauser summits Mount Rainier
After an extensive national search, Colorado Mountain College has named Lake County High School Principal Ben Cairns as the next vice president and campus dean for its Leadville and Salida campuses.
Cairns will begin the transition from the high school to CMC effective August 2.
Colorado Mountain College wishes to announce that it will host a site visit for continuing accreditation of its ADN (associate) and RN-BSN (baccalaureate) nursing program by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). You are invited to meet with the site visit team and share your comments about the programs in person at a… Continue reading Public notice of upcoming accreditation review visit by the ACEN
Carbondale resident Paul Bushong pledged $1.5 million as a challenge match for other donors to join him in supporting the renovation of CMC Spring Valley’s student center and the addition of a new 4,000 square-foot nursing education facility. “The Promise of Spring Valley,” is a $5 million capital campaign launched in 2018. In August 2019,… Continue reading Colorado Mountain College Foundation receives $1.5 million challenge gift
Despite her youth, Madeline Pierce’s passion and dedication for snowmaking helped the 22-year-old Copper Mountain Resort snowmaker win the 2021 Colorado Ski Country Double Diamond Snowmaker of the Year award.
“I’m honored, and I’m really excited, and I think it’s very special because as snowmakers, being behind the scenes, we don’t receive a lot of recognition,” Pierce said.
$40 million housing initiative to bring apartment-style student housing to four campuses