Gainful Employment Disclosures


Institutions are required to disclose certain information about programs in Title IV eligible educational programs that lead to gainful employment (GE) in recognized occupations.

To see additional program specific gainful employment information, please navigate to the bottom of the page of your program of interest. See Programs for a complete list of CMC programs. Not all programs are required to have gainful employment disclosures.

Eligible Colorado Mountain College Academic Programs

Academic Program ID Academic Program Title Academic Program CIP
COP.DMD Digital Marketing 09.0702
COP.DJ Digital Journalism 09.0702
COP.DMP Digital Production 09.0702
COP.CLETA Colorado Law Enforcement Training Academy (CLETA) 43.0107
COP.BC Medical Billing and Coding 51.0713
COP.RSTR Restaurant Management 12.0504
COP.CUM Culinary Management 12.0504
COP.NRMFT Natural Resource Management: Field Technician 03.0101
COP.ECED Early Childhood Education: Director 13.1210
COP.MA Medical Assistant 51.0710
COP. SAORTE Ski Area Operations: Ropeway Maintenance Technician - Electrical 52.0901
COP.RMB Resort Management: Hospitality Operations 52.0906
COP.SM Spa Management 52.0906
COP.PAR Paralegal 22.0302
COP.SSB Ski & Snowboard Business 52.0903
COP.CUASC1 Sustainable Cuisine Operations I 12.0503
COP.SAO Ski Area Operations Management 52.0901
COP.FPCE Fire Prevention Code Enforcement 43.0203



How much will this program cost me?

Provides an estimated price of tuition, fees, books, supplies, and on-campus room and board costs for applicable programs.


What are my financing options to pay for this program?

Provides the median loan debt of graduates for federal or private educational loans and institutional financing plans for applicable programs.


How long will it take me to complete this program? What are the chances of getting a job when I graduate? Will I be able to pay back my student loans?

Provides the average length of time the program takes to complete, the percentage of graduates who finish on time, job placement rates, and the percentage of students successfully repaying their student loans for applicable programs.


O*NET is the main source for occupational information. This data is available free to the public. Specific occupations are identified by a code (called an SOC code). Select the code from the table below and enter it into the O*NET database to access information concerning the occupation in which you are interested.


Download the Table of SOC codes/Occupations/CMC programs (pdf) for a list of occupations the program prepares students to enter, SOC codes, and occupational summary data.

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