Colorado Mountain College Glenwood Springs-Spring Valley

Minutes from Glenwood Springs, this residential campus is a spectacular setting for living and learning

 Spring Valley Campus: due to fire danger the Disc Golf Course is closed until further notice and smoking is banned in any area other than personal vehicles per the Garfield County Fire Ban Stage 1.

Seven miles from Glenwood Springs, Colorado, on the road to Aspen, Roaring Fork Campus-Spring Valley offers incredible views of the Roaring Fork Valley, from Mount Sopris to the Continental Divide above Aspen. It is a comprehensive residential campus with residence halls, food service, gym, a student center, library and learning resource center, classrooms, and laboratories for computers, science, photography, graphic design and veterinary technology. This campus also offers many opportunities for outdoor education. Special features of Spring Valley include:

The James C. and Connie L. Calaway Academic Building houses most of the campus’ classrooms and labs. The Calaway Building is home to the New Space Theater, hosting several theater and music performances through the year.

In addition to natural attractions, the Roaring Fork Valley offers a full schedule of arts and music, community theater, dance, winter events and galleries.

Snowline for weather closures: 970-947-8153


3000 County Road 114
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
970-945-1227, fax
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