Colorado Mountain College students could be impacted by Amendments 60 and 61 and Proposition 101, according to a CMC staff report to the Board of Trustees. [LEADVILLE, Colo.] – In today’s meeting of the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees, the trustees heard several different scenarios of the potential impact...

Locals learning how to help area communities and businesses Leadership Summit, Summit County’s community leadership program offered this year in partnership with Colorado Mountain College and The Keystone Center, celebrated 15 graduates from the nine-month program at a reception held at The Keystone Center in late...

Colorado Mountain College hopes to begin offering four-year bachelor’s degrees in fall 2011. And now you can stay informed of our progress as we work toward building these programs and gaining approval and accreditation! Just visit www.coloradmtn.edu/4year to sign up for updates, learn a little more about the process...

In a special meeting of the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees, held via telephone on June 14, the trustees voted in favor of a resolution authorizing the purchase of 1.49 acres belonging to Harry and Mary Dike, and located at 1306 and 1312 Lincoln Ave. in Steamboat Springs. The board agreed to purchase the...

U.S. Department of Labor grant helping to upgrade national apprenticeships Colorado Mountain College Culinary Institute in Summit County has been selected as one of only four culinary programs in the country to participate in a U.S. Department of Labor grant-funded study aiming to modernize the national apprenticeship...

RIFLE – During today’s meeting of the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees, the trustees and college administrators learned that the Colorado House of Representatives voted 55-9 (with one absence) to pass Senate Bill 10-101. The bill would permit the comprehensive community college to offer up to five...

Following a unanimous vote, the education committee of Colorado’s House of Representatives voted today in support of SB 101, which would allow Colorado Mountain College to offer up to five bachelor’s degrees. The next step is for the bill to continue on for consideration in the full House. A date has not yet been...

By Dr. Stan Jensen Because there’s some confusion about a bill now in the state legislature, which would permit Colorado Mountain College to offer a limited number of bachelor’s degrees, we wanted to clarify a few points. First, who would benefit. Here’s a snapshot of our average student: She’s a woman, in...

Manwaring, Yantz named faculty of year for CMC Summit Campus By Suzie Romig BRECKENRIDGE – Even with multiple degrees from American and French colleges and a master’s degree in mathematics, Associate Professor Bénédicte Manwaring is not afraid to say she struggles in her work. “I struggle just the way the...

Monthly meeting followed by annual joint meeting with college foundation The Edwards Campus Glenwood Springs – The Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees met Feb. 1 at the Spring Valley Center near Glenwood Springs, and heard updates on several key issues. Following their regular meeting, they also held their...