Register Now for High School Equivalency Classes at CMC Fall 2020

CMC will help you prepare for your high school equivalency diploma and/or your workforce diploma. CMC will offer High School Equivalency (GED) classes this fall in the Flex format, which means you should register for the class closest to where you live, but the classes will be predominantly online. Flex courses will have a designated class schedule. The designated schedule will have virtual meetings conducted using videoconferencing technology like Webex or Zoom.

Students must have access to technology to attend the course and attend the Webex or Zoom sessions. Some of these courses may have optional face-to-face components such as small group discussion sessions, group projects, or similar.


Step 1

Choose Your Campus and Course Schedule


Campus Course Code Hours/Days Dates English/Spanish
Aspen / Basalt / Carbondale GED-933-AS02 M/W 6:30-8:00 PM 8/24/2020-11/18/2020 Spanish
Dillon / Breckenridge GED-933-DL01
M 6:00-8:50 PM
W 6:00-8:50 PM
M/W 9:30 -11:30 AM
English and Spanish
Edwards / Vail Valley GED-933-VE11
T/TH 6:30-8:50 PM
T/TH 6:30-8:50 PM
Glenwood GED-933-GW03 T/TH 6:00-8:50 PM 8/25/2020-10/13/2020 English
+ Spanish testing/support
Leadville / Salida GED-933-LV50
M 9:00-11:50 AM
W 6:30-8:50 PM
9/28/2020 - 12/7/2020
English and Spanish
English and Spanish
Rifle / Parachute GED-933-RL02
M 6:30-8:30 PM
W 6:30-8:30 PM
+ Spanish testing/support
Steamboat Springs Register for another section in another town this semester since there will be online instruction


Step 2


New Students

If you have never taken a CMC class before, please fill out this form and we will get you registered in your class.

High School Equivalency Registration NEW STUDENTS

If you need help, call your local campus or 719-486-4207.


Returning Students

Register Online

You can register online for your ESL course in Student Planning (CMC login required) and pay by credit card.

To log in and register, you need your CMC Username and Password. If you do not have your username and password, follow these steps:

  • Get your CMC ID Number. If you do not have your CMC ID Number, contact the Service Desk by phone (970-947-8438) or by e-mail ( Make sure to include your first and last name and the month and day of your birthday in your e-mail.
  • To find your Username, go to the CMC Identity Manager. You will need your Last Name and CMC ID Number.
  • Password:
    • If you are new to Colorado Mountain College or started classes after 2017, your password is mmdd of birth + xx + @cmc
      For example, if your birthday is January 5, your password is: 0105xx@cmc
    • If you took classes before 2017, your password is cmc + mmdd of birth + xx
      For example, if your birthday is January 5, your password is: cmc0105x@cmc

      • Or your password is the last six digits of your Social Security number + @cmc
        For example, 123456@cmc

Need help? Contact the CMC Service Desk

Watch this video on how to register and pay using the Colorado Mountain College app.

Register at Your Local CMC Campus

If you need help registering or do not have a credit card, contact your local campus.


Step 3

Make sure to pay for your class by downloading the CMC App or going to CMC Basecamp Student Financials or calling your campus.

Asegúrese de pagar su clase descargando la aplicación CMC o yendo a CMC Basecamp Student Financials o llamando a su campus.


Step 4

Please complete the CMC Trail Guide for COVID.

Por favor haga el CMC Trail Guide para COVID.



The Colorado Mountain College Adult Education/GED or High School Equivalency Program strives to enhance the quality of life of our students and improve the economic and cultural vitality of our communities by promoting life-long learning opportunities and access to workforce and higher education.


The Colorado Mountain College Adult Education/GED or High School Equivalency Program provides community members with educational pathways to the workforce and higher education through the attainment of basic literacy skills and high school equivalency by creating supportive learning environments and dynamic community partnerships.