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Learning at CMC - Our Institutional Student Learning Outcomes and Your College Experience

Most programs have a mix of in-person and remote learning, preparing you for life that truly is lived in both physically and digitally. 

Colorado Mountain College prepares students for the world where they will work, play, live, and lead. We know that graduates have diverse career paths today, so we offer in-person, online, and remote learning options.

Beyond the classroom, we offer chances for student internships, study abroad, and engage in research projects. Today's world requires flexibility, and CMC programs equip our students to meet those demands.

For this reason and as a Dual Mission, Hispanic Serving Institution, we created the Institutional Student Learning Outcomes (ISLOs). To develop these outcomes, A diverse team of faculty and staff worked together in the 2022-23 Academic Year. They gathered input from employers, experts, students, faculty, alums, and staff to create three branches of the ISLOs.

Knowledge - Students learn the skills needed for personal, creative, and professional endeavors.

Involvement - Students will support their communities' social, economic, and environmental well-being.

Application - Students will solve complex problems through cooperation and creativity.

When students graduate from CMC, we expect them to have mastered Knowledge, Involvement, and Application. The education they receive here equips them with the skills, confidence, and abilities to thrive out there.