Colorado Mountain College Classes at Glenwood Springs
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Improve your life and enjoy learning with new friends. If you want to tone your body, sharpen your mind, bump up your skills or simply have fun, we have a class that can help.
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CMC provides all textbook, digital, and custom materials at an affordable all-inclusive flat rate fee ($26/credit) for participating credit courses. The Learning Materials Program is a library-like lease system and students receive 100% of the required materials by the first day of the semester or within the first week, depending on when registration occurred.
Non-credit Classes @ Glenwood Springs / Roaring Fork Campuses
Improve your resume, health, mind and soul with continuing education classes.
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Upcoming Non-credit Classes
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Brian Littlejohn offers a Retirement Planning seminar at Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs from Colorado Mountain College on Vimeo. Class Description: Planning to retire from full time work? Are you ready? This course covers everything from retirement benefits to work-life transitions. Traditionally, pre-retirement planning programs emphasized the employee benefits and financial factors related to retirement planning. This dynamic and collaborative course focuses not only on these important issues, but also touches on more personal issues such as work-life…Find out more »
Class Description: Introduces the basics of worksheet operations using Microsoft Excel 2016. Topics include data entry, formatting, formulas, functions, printing, and file management. Intended for those who have some exposure to Excel, but want to gain further experience and understanding of basic functions. Prerequisites: Familiarity with the Windows operating system. Faculty: Miranda Watson Meets: We; February 20, 2019, through February 20, 2019 Cost: $60 Syn: #17589 Use Syn # 17589 to Search and Register for your class. See Classes for complete campus class schedules.Find out more »
Class Description: Learn about Senior Housing options in Garfield County and Colorado. Topics that will be discussed include: Staying Put Versus Downsizing; Strategies for Aging Place; Housing Options in Garfield County; HUD Vouchers; Finance; and Long Term Care. This class is being presented by Bo Blodgett, Garfield County Housing Authority Program Coordinator in collaboration with High Country RSVP. The class if free but there is a $5.00 requested donation for program costs. Faculty: RSVP Staff Meets: We; February 20, 2019, through February 20, 2019 Cost: $0 Syn: #17672 Use Syn # 17672…Find out more »
Class Description: In this three hour workshop we will discuss applications, what they are, and why you want to use them. You will learn how to open an application, switch from one application to another, switching from one window to another, how to use the Dashboard, how to select more than one thing from a list, how to put an application into the dock for easy access, how to set your application preferences, how to use keyboard shortcuts, and how to…Find out more »
Class Description: This is a program built to help you create the future in advance. You will engage in a guided, action-oriented, goal-setting workshop along with a group of likeminded individuals who seek to fulfill their desires and are committed to taking massive action while enjoying the process. While setting personal goals, you will learn how to: set clear and achievable outcomes; identify the intent behind each goal; and create a simple and easy-to-follow action plan to begin right away. No…Find out more »
Class Description: Create a unique and beautiful pair of custom-fit, felted wool slippers with a leather sole. Instructor Jill Scher, BFA is a fulltime studio artist with a focus on sculptural work and one-of-a-kind art to wear. She has an extensive background working with and teaching fiber arts. Students should wear clothing that can get wet. A $30 materials fee will be collected. Faculty: Jill Scher Meets: Sa, Su; February 23, 2019, through February 24, 2019 Cost: $127 Syn: #16245 Use Syn # 16245 to Search and Register for your class. See Classes…Find out more »