CMC is home to 4 of the 15 best small vacation towns in the country

Colorado Mountain College students go to school in some of the country’s best vacation destinations, according to a list of the 15 Best Small Towns by U.S. News & World Report. Four Colorado towns with CMC campuses were named in the top 15: Breckenridge, Steamboat Springs, Aspen, and Vail. The magazine’s travel rankings are based on an… Continue reading CMC is home to 4 of the 15 best small vacation towns in the country

CMC Board of Trustees, Foundation Board meet in Breckenridge

The elected Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees and the CMC Foundation Board held their annual joint boards meeting at the college’s campus in Breckenridge May 15-16, 2017. They held a capital planning work session, to discuss remodeling and construction projects the trustees have been considering, as well as to hear about the potential for… Continue reading CMC Board of Trustees, Foundation Board meet in Breckenridge

Vail Valley Math Competition team winners

Colorado Mountain College Vail Valley hosted the second annual Vail Valley Math Competition on March 23. More than 150 high school students from five area high schools competed for cash, prizes and bragging rights. From left, Kevin Garcia, Luke McKeever and Peter Mitchell from Vail Mountain School, with CMC Associate Math Professor Stacy Yarnell, won the team competition. Individual winners were, not pictured, first place: Alan Villegas from Battle Mountain High School; second place: Griffin McGuckin from Vail Christian High School; and third place: Clarissa Torres, also from Battle Mountain High School.

CMC Leadville celebrates 50 years

Leadville and Glenwood Springs were home to Colorado Mountain College’s first two campuses. Leadville, then called the East Campus, opened in 1967, at the same time as the college’s campus in Spring Valley outside Glenwood Springs, then known as the West Campus. From the original two campuses to today’s 11 learning locations, the college has expanded to serve nine counties throughout 12,000 square miles of Colorado’s central mountains. Photo Colorado Mountain College archives

All invited to ‘50 Years of Historical Treasures’ in Leadville March 21

Pay for classes by August 17

Students who miss deadline will be dropped. To avoid being dropped from fall 2016 classes, students must make full payment of all charges must be received by Colorado Mountain College by the close of business, Wednesday, August 17, 2016.  A current statement of student accounts is available through the Basecamp portal via the Student Self-Service… Continue reading Pay for classes by August 17

1000 Words: #CMC Adventure Flags

You’ve probably seen photos of our CMC Adventure Flags posted to our social media this past month. To date, they’ve traveled to Costa Rica, France, Iceland, Moab, NYC and the summits of several 14’ers located near our campuses. If you’re inspired to check out your own adventure flag