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...

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...

Cook alongside Chef Clarke virtually from your own kitchen

Virtual simulators, financial support provided to students

Colorado Mountain College has been awarded a $2.125 million, five-year grant through the U.S. Department of Education’s highly competitive Strengthening Institutions Program. SIP is intended to expand colleges’ capacity to serve low-income students by providing funds to improve and strengthen academic quality,...

Popular ‘Haute Cuisine’ fundraiser at Keystone Ranch

CMC collaboration is helping to create successful Summit County college graduates

Pastel artist Doug Graybeal’s “Rocks on the Roaring Fork.” All are invited to savor the natural beauty of Colorado at the Feb. 14 reception for pastel artist Doug Graybeal’s “Captivating Colorado” exhibit. The exhibit will be on display Jan. 20 through March 16 at the CMC ArtShare Gallery at Morgridge Commons in...

Artist's reception is Dec. 13

SUMMIT AND EAGLE COUNTIES – Colorado Mountain College has heard from community members in both Summit and Eagle counties who have been approached by door-to-door sales representatives who may be implying they are fundraising for the CMC study abroad program, for veterans, or for both. “Just so that there are no...