Spring Valley buildings win engineering award

Haselden Construction has won an Engineering News-Record regional award for two recently completed campus structures at Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley. The J. Robert Young Alpine Ascent Center serves as a welcoming home base for residential and commuter students, in addition to providing office, meeting and classroom space.

Haselden Construction recognized for Ascent Center, Field House

Nationally awarded community theater – right here at home

From left, front row, Brad Moore, Kelly Ketzenbarger, Brittany Bays, Brittany McDermott and Jesse Monsalve; middle row, Brendan Cochran, Shannon Kittelsen and Evan Piccolo; and back row, Gary Ketzenbarger, Hadley Hiebert, Mike Monroney and Kris Shechter recently returned from the national American Association of Community Theatre festival, where they ranked among the top community theater companies in the United States. Photo Lucas Turner

Sopris Theatre Company at CMC recognized for excellence

CMC Leadville and Chaffee County Faculty, Staff of the Year named

Dr. Erin Allaman, Colorado Mountain College Leadville associate professor of education, was named campus full-time Faculty of the Year at the CMC Leadville and Chaffee County commencement ceremony held at the campus’s Climax Molybdenum Leadership Center on May 3. Photo Andy Colwell

Four CMC Leadville and Chaffee County employees recognized

CMC earns honorable mention in national climate leadership awards

Adrian Fielder, assistant dean of instruction at Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley at Glenwood Springs, fuels up at the college’s electric vehicle charging station at CMC Carbondale. The college has 10 charging stations paid for through a grant from the Colorado Energy Office. This collaboration was among those that recently earned the college an honorable mention in the 2018 Higher Education Climate Leadership Awards. Photo Julie Albrecht

College recognized for variety of sustainability efforts

Colorado Mountain College brings home communication awards

“Because of You,” Colorado Mountain College’s 50th anniversary book, recently received a regional gold Medallion award from the National Council for Marketing & Public Relations. The publication is a commemorative look back at the history and evolution of CMC. What began as a two-campus junior college in 1967 today is a two- and four-year degree-granting institution with 11 campuses and locations throughout the state’s north-central Rockies.

Colorado Mountain College recently received four Medallion awards from the National Council for Marketing & Public Relations. Within NCMPR’s six-state District 4 region, the college’s advancement team – composed of the marketing, public information and foundation departments – won four Medallion awards: Gold: “Because of You: The Story of Colorado Mountain College” 50th history book… Continue reading Colorado Mountain College brings home communication awards

Colorado Mountain College comes out on top

With a footprint of more than 800 acres, Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley at Glenwood Springs is one of the college’s 11 locations. And its high ropes course shown here is a small example of why CMC was named Elevation Outdoors Magazine’s 2018 Top Adventure College. The college is set in the midst of Rocky Mountain recreation, and many of its programs prepare students for careers that celebrate an active outdoor lifestyle.

CMC named 2018 Top Adventure College in Elevation Outdoors Magazine poll