Programs offered at CMC in Glenwood Springs-Spring Valley

Earn your degree and pursue your dreams here

Colorado Mountain College’s campus at Spring Valley, near Glenwood Springs, gives you options to pursue a broad-based arts or science degree, as well as a more specialized applied science degree. The campus houses the Isaacson School for Communication, Arts and Media comprised of emphasis areas in Professional Photography, Graphic Design, Communication, and Digital Media. Other programs include Nursing, Veterinary Technology, Business, Theater & Event Production, and Outdoor Education.

Residential students at Spring Valley are fully supported to take Education courses for the Bachelor of Arts in Education in Glenwood Springs. Free transportation to the Glenwood Center, a 15-minute ride, is provided by CMC shuttle service. Field experiences for Education classes are arranged in local elementary schools, which are accessible by local bus service.

Colorado Mountain College is an accredited institution with an articulation agreement for ease of transfer to all Colorado universities and state colleges. Our students also find ease-of-transfer credits to most out-of-state institutions as well.