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Glenwood Springs Center

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Guitar class

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Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs

Conveniently located near the downtown business district, CMC in Glenwood Springs offers classes throughout the day and at night. Take the classes you need when it fits your schedule. Our location offers...

  • Associate- and bachelor-level classes for CMC degree programs or for transfer
  • Dual credit courses for local high school juniors and seniors
  • College counselor to discuss your educational goals and career plans
  • Financial aid advising
  • Noncredit workshops and seminars job training, continuing education, skill building and personal interest.

Earn your degree, sharpen your career, learn to create a webpage or a Thai dinner, or choose from dozens of other options!

Many Glenwood Springs students also take classes at Colorado Mountain College in Carbondale, Spring Valley, Rifle and Aspen.

Glenwood Center Updates

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As part of Colorado Mountain College’s ongoing commitment to its many communities, students, employees, and taxpayers, the college regularly evaluates the most efficient use of all of its facilities.
Read more: Glenwood Center Updates

@ Colorado Mountain College Glenwood Springs


Explore degrees offered at CMC Glenwood Springs


Credit or non-credit, find your next Glenwood Springs class

Glenwood Springs Credit Classes

Community Education


Meet the CMC Glenwood Springs Faculty and Staff

Map & Contact

Colorado Mountain College Glenwood Springs
1402 Blake Avenue
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
970-945-6240, fax

Campus Hours
Monday-Thursday: 8am-9pm
Friday: 8am-5pm
Saturday-Sunday: Closed

Housing Options

Learn about the on and off-campus housing options in Glenwood Springs and the surrounding area.

Room Rental

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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.

Colorado Mountain College made a first in green history in 1981. We opened the Glenwood Center, the first public, passive-solar facility to receive a large grant from the U.S. Department of Energy. Central to the passive-solar concept in this facility was almost 1,500 square feet of south-facing glass, providing natural daylight and heat, as well as a masonry “Trombe” wall that would either radiate heat (in winter) or retain heat (in summer).

Both the green building industry and we as an institution have learned vast amounts since those early days of solar. Over time, it became obvious we needed to modify our building design to overcome a number of challenges. There were more students, more classes, more services and staff. Spaces which had once been offices were converted to classrooms.

Within the past twelve years, we’ve remodeled the building with consideration of newer, environmentally friendly solutions that would help reduce energy waste. Our upgrades have included:

  • Replacing the original wood siding with structurally insulated panels (SIPs) that do not rot and do not require painting or staining
  • Replacing original windows with low-emissivity (low-E) tinted glass windows, and making upper-level classroom windows shorter than the original floor-to-ceiling glass panels that were creating heating loads, for which the mechanical system could not compensate
  • Trespa rain screen panels, an exterior “floating” skin engineered to prevent moisture intrusion
  • Front desk area remodel uses bark-beetle-kill wood paneling
  • Drinking fountains distributed throughout the building are equipped with bottle fill stations, reducing our plastic footprint and encouraging sustainable use of refillable bottles
  • A class II electric vehicle charging station has been installed on campus

We’re also proud to incorporate the student-led efforts to provide both recycling and composting bins throughout the facility.

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.