Piano concert.

Graduate high fives at commencement.

CMC Breckenridge exterior.

Champioinship culinary team.

EMT class practicing CPR.

Student in greenhouse.

Colorado Mountain College Breckenridge & Dillon

College degree classes, certificate programs and lifelong learning classes continue to grow at CMC’s Summit campus

Colorado Mountain College Breckenridge is located at 107 Denison Placer Road. The campus provides educational opportunities in traditional classroom settings, hands-on professional training and on-line classes for all of Summit County: Silverthorne, Dillon, Frisco, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain and Keystone.

Colorado Mountain College Dillon located at 333 Fiedler Ave offers extensive Developmental Studies and English as a Second Language programs. Students can prepare for college-level classes in the technology-based learning lab at the Dillon Center.

Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge and Dillon is home to the Summit Campus of the Culinary Institute. We have a comprehensive offering of culinary degrees, certificates and non-credit classes.  From our nationally recognized Apprenticeship and Degree program based on the Keystone Resort, the traditional AAS Culinary Arts Degree and our selection of culinary certificate programs; we can help you start or elevate your culinary career.

In the spring of 2006, Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge and Dillon introduced a new certificate program, Wilderness Emergency Medical Services. The high country of Summit County offers the ideal environment for this unique, specialized program. Students learn backcountry rescue and survival as well as swift-water rescue skills. For the outdoor enthusiast we offer all courses to achieve an Associate of Arts in Outdoor Education or the Certificate of Completion.

Qualified nurses are in high demand. We offer a two-year Nursing Program teaching the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in this exciting and diverse field.

We offer a variety of programs, degrees and certificates at Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge and Dillon.

Visit our Community Education page for noncredit offerings.

PROGRAMS

Explore degrees offered at CMC Breckenridge & Dillon

CLASSES

Credit or non-credit, find your next class

Breckenridge/Dillon Credit Classes

Community Education

FACULTY & STAFF

Meet the faculty at CMC Breckenridge & Dillon

Admissions Checklist/Student Orientation

Start your experience at CMC with the tools you need to succeed. Sign up for New Student Orientation.

Map & Contact


107 Denison Placer Road
PO Box 2208
Breckenridge, CO 80424
970-453-6757
970-453-2209, fax

Campus Hours
Monday-Friday: 8am—5pm
Saturday-Sunday: Closed

Remote front office/enrollment services.
Buildings will be accessed with swipe cards by students taking an In-person class 9am—9pm.
Campus access by appointment for computer labs in order to maintain social distancing and tracing if needed. Please call 970-453-6757 to schedule an appointment.
By appointment only for the community.

Link to Google Maps for Breckenridge campus location and directions | Link to Breckenridge campus Facebook page


333 Fiedler Avenue
PO Box 1414
Dillon, CO 80435
970-468-5989
970-468-5018, fax

Campus Hours
Monday-Friday: 8am—5pm
Saturday-Sunday: Closed

Remote front office/enrollment services.
Buildings will be accessed with swipe cards by students taking an In-person class 9am—9pm.
Campus access by appointment for computer labs in order to maintain social distancing and tracing if needed. Please call 970-453-6757 to schedule an appointment.
By appointment only for the community.

Link to Google Maps for Dillon campus location and directions | Link to Dillon campus Facebook page

Colorado Mountain College Dillon
Colorado Mountain College Breckenridge

Housing in Summit County

Learn about the off-campus housing options in Breckenridge, Dillon and surrounding area.

Sustainability at Colorado Mountain College

image - screen shot of Building Energy Navigator showing energy usage and costs.In 2009, CMC signed onto the American College and University President’s Climate Commitment. The college's current Climate Action Plan and Sustainability Action Plan direct the college to reducing the greenhouse gas emissions by 12.5% every 5 years until carbon neutrality is reached in the year 2050.

Efforts by the CMC Breckenridge/Dillon Green Team include water fill stations, the use of recycled paper and green cleaning products, LED lights in the parking lot, composting and many other efforts.

Track Energy Use and Spending at CMC Buildings

The Building Energy Navigator tracks energy use and energy spending on an hourly, daily, monthly and yearly basis. The site displays data for 19 CMC buildings including our three residence halls.