COVID-19: Updates and information / Actualizaciones e información
The Fall Trail Guide Training is required for all students taking classes this semester. Complete this training in your first week of class or risk being dropped from your courses. If you have already completed this training for classes that started earlier in the term you do not need to retake the training.

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COVID-19: Updates and information / Actualizaciones e información
The Fall Trail Guide Training is required for all students taking classes this semester. Complete this training in your first week of class or risk being dropped from your courses. If you have already completed this training for classes that started earlier in the term you do not need to retake the training.
Fall Trail Guide Training /Login Required

CMC Admissions is open and ready to help! Go to: Virtual Admissions

Fall 2020 Trail Map

See our plan to keep our students, employees, and local communities safer while still offering flexible, in-person and virtual course options.

Fall 2020 Trail Map

Fall 2020 Trail Map

See our plan to keep our students, employees, and local communities safes while still offering flexible, in-person and virtual course options.

Fall 2020 Trail Map

CMC Steamboat Springs academic building in fall.

Fall 2020 Trail Map

See our plan to keep our students, employees, and local communities safer.

Fall 2020 Trail Map

PROGRAM / DEGREES / MAJORS
Business Administration
Leadership & Management
Sustainability
Education
Nursing
EMPHASIS AREAS

Accounting to Veterinary Technology. Lay the foundation for your education or get the skills for your passion.

CERTIFICATES

Open the door to a new career or add to your resume with specialized knowledge and skills. Learn from industry professionals.

FALL 2020 ADMISSIONS
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Back to Work Scholarship

Qualified students receive up to $1000 or more depending on the program of study and financial need.

Details / Apply

VIDEO: Fall 2020 Trail Map Update – What’s Campus Going to Be Like?

Virtual Information Sessions

Meet CMC Campus Representatives, Financial Aid Specialists and Admission Specialists.

Virtual Information Sessions

graphic: preview of the CMC District Google Map

3 Residential Campuses

9 Commuter Campuses/Locations

See Campuses/Locations

CLASSES @ CMC

Credit Classes

Class is where the magic happens.
Student/teacher ratio is 13 to 1. Our faculty care and nearly 80 percent hold advanced degrees in their field.

Classes

Community Education

Get physical. Get spiritual. Get cooking. Get financial. Get creative, definitely! Community education is what you want it to be. And what you want to become.

Community Education

STUDENT SUCCESS
Fulbright Scholar Luise Wollesen spent fall semester studying sustainability leadership at CMC Spring Valley taking the majority of her courses from Dr. Kevin Hillmer-Pegram, associate professor of sustainability studies. Photo Stephanie Stocking

Fulbright Scholar Studies Sustainability Leadership at CMC. "The best decision of my life,” said Luise Wollesen.

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COMMUNITY EDUCATION STUDENTS - LAST FALL

It's your turn!
Find a class and enroll now.
Find a Community Education Class

CMC Rifle welding instructor working with a student.

"This is an amazing class [Welding for Fun]. I went from 20 years of being an in-home daycare provider to taking this class and now have my own workshop, welder, plasma cutter. Thanks to Gary he is awesome."  - Jennifer Isenhart

Events / Calendar

Nov 02
photo - new student orientation team at CMC Steamboat Springs

Registration Opens for Spring 2021

November 2, 2020 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Nov 25
Winter photo of the Mountainview Residence Hall on the Leadville campus.

Thanksgiving Break - CMC Closed

November 25, 2020 - November 27, 2020
Dec 11
Jill Scmidt skiing

Fall Semester Ends

December 11, 2020 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

News / Features

In May Carissa Hernandez of New Castle, here with husband Hernan Hernandez and son Daniel Lewis, was furloughed from Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs due to the effects of the pandemic.

Back to school and work at CMC

A new program at Colorado Mountain College, called the CMC Responds: Back to Work Scholarship, is giving a financial boost to Hernandez and others across the seven-county college district, enabling them to return to school to retool their skills and improve their options for finding new work.
Read more: Back to school and work at CMC

Using physical distancing guidelines, Honey Stinger hosted a ribbon cutting celebration with Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs on Aug. 5. Honey Stinger has gifted the college’s Yampa Valley Entrepreneurship Center a large loft space to operate from in Honey Stinger’s new headquarters on Airport Circle. At the ceremony are, from left, CMC’s mascot Swoop the eagle; YVEC Director Randy Rudasics; CMC President and CEO Carrie Besnette Hauser; Honey Stinger’s mascot Buzz the bee, and Honey Stinger CEO Mike Keown. Photo Greg Hughey

Honey Stinger and CMC expand partnership

Honey Stinger, the honey-powered sports nutrition brand, is pleased to announce the expansion of its partnership with Colorado Mountain College (CMC), to include gifting a yearly use of a portion of the company’s new headquarters, located at the Steamboat Springs Airport, for CMC to house its Yampa Valley Entrepreneurship Center (YVEC).

Read more: Honey Stinger and CMC expand partnership

Rob Simpson

Associate dean selected to join CMC Salida

Colorado Mountain College has hired Rob Simpson as the new associate dean of academic and student services to help lead expansion in the communities of Salida and Poncha Springs.

Read more: Associate dean selected to join CMC Salida

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Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees

CMC is governed by a board of seven, locally elected trustees representing the six counties of the CMC District.

CMC Board of Trustees
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