Colorado Mountain College Locations and Campuses

Three residential and eight community campuses put higher education within your reach

Our eleven Colorado Mountain College locations are surrounded by the north-central Rockies of Colorado. The College service area covers 12,000 square miles, three national forests, six wilderness areas and most of Colorado’s major ski resorts. CMC serves communities in nine Colorado Counties.

Community Campuses
Community campus classes are scheduled for the convenience of the local residents. Degree and certificate programs are offered, but not residential facilities or traditional campus life opportunities.

Residential Campuses
Residential campuses provide residence halls, cafeterias, student recreation facilities and libraries. More full-time students create opportunities for campus life activities. Available for summer conferences.

District Map
A map of Colorado showing our College District and campuses.

Housing options and markets vary from community to community. See our Housing Guides for our campuses and locations. CMC also has three residential campuses — see below.

Residence Halls
Visit our residence halls inside and out.

Mountain View Residence Hall in Leadville overlooking Colorado’s highest peaks — Mount Elbert and Mt. Massive.

Sopris Residence Hall at Spring Valley near Glenwood Springs, above the Roaring Fork Valley with views of Mt. Sopris and the Snowmass-Maroon Bells Wilderness.

Hill Residence Hall on the hill just above the vibrant town of Steamboat Springs, a quick bike ride to downtown.

Contact and travel information
A listing of college-wide location addresses and phone numbers, plus road maps and driving directions to each campus.

Videos and Virtual Tours
Watch videos and see 360-degree campus views and slideshow tours, programs and other opportunities.