Academic Pathways

Follow areas of interest that lead you to a wide range of degrees.

Your Adventure Awaits
Academic Pathways

Follow areas of interest that lead you to a wide range of degrees.

Your Adventure Awaits
ROCKY MTN
LAND MANAGEMENT
INTERNSHIP
Two-year, USDA Forest Service
Paid Internship
Apply by March 15
ROCKY MTN
LAND MANAGEMENT
INTERNSHIP
Two-year, USDA Forest Service
Paid Internship - Apply by March 15
Sopris Theatre Company Presents ‘Three Viewings’
Playing through March 7
STC Presents
‘Three Viewings’
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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.

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.

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3 Residential Campuses

8 Commuter Campuses/Locations

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CLASSES @ CMC

Credit Classes

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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

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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

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Photo: CMC instructor working with Outdoor Education students ina mountain biking class. Photo by Carl Zoch

Spring Break

March 15, 2021 - March 19, 2021

News / Features

Paige Ulmer as Mac in the Sopris Theatre Company production of 'Three Viewings.' Scot Gerdes photo.

Sopris Theatre Company invites community to ‘Three Viewings’

“Three Viewings” explores three darkly comedic monologues set in a Midwestern funeral parlor: “Tell-Tale,” “The Thief of Tears” and “Thirteen Things About Ed Carpolotti.” The show opens Feb. 19, with CMC theater graduate Jesse Monsalve hosting a post-show, moderated discussion – from his apartment in Brooklyn! – with the audience each weekend. Read more: Sopris Theatre Company invites community to ‘Three Viewings’

CMC President and CEO Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser.

The Promise of Dual-Mission Colleges

The institutions, which mix certificate, two-year and four-year programs, offer a novel approach in a postsecondary ecosystem that needs to adapt, write Jamie Merisotis and Carrie Besnette Hauser. Read more: The Promise of Dual-Mission Colleges

Internships with USDA Forest Service accepting applications Feb. 1

Colorado Mountain College and the USDA Forest Service are together offering a valuable opportunity for those interested in land management, sustainability, and outdoor recreation careers.

The Rocky Mountain Land Management Internship program is a two-year paid internship. The program gives participants experience working part time for the forest service while studying at CMC to prepare for land management jobs. Read more: Internships with USDA Forest Service accepting applications Feb. 1

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There is inspiration in accomplishment. The CMC Foundation offers over 400 scholarships. One application connects CMC students with all eligible scholarships. Click the link in our bio to apply. DEADLINE is MARCH 1. #dosomethingMAJOR
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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.

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