CMC’s Glenwood Center invites community to open house
College building is adapting to the times
Colorado Mountain College’s Glenwood Center will host an open house to introduce the community to some updated changes, including a new student center, on Nov. 30.
According to Laura Hardman, the Glenwood Center’s site administrator, the space was recently refreshed so it could better serve the wide range of changing needs of people who use it.
A learning lab, which used to be a bustling hub prior to the pandemic, became underutilized so the space underwent a transformation. Now, amidst a new shipment of comfortable couches, chairs, floor lamps, plants and a Keurig coffee maker, students can meet in study groups or use a private office for solo studying. Counseling offices, an adjunct faculty office and space for tutoring are centralized within the student center.
CMC counselor Cory Rikard said the open house will also be a good time to learn about different CMC programs, check out the other parts of the building, take part in a raffle, pick up college swag and enjoy some snacks and coffee.
Glenwood Center’s open house is free and open to the public and will take place from 5-7:30 pm. at 1402 Blake Ave., Glenwood Springs. This will be a drop-in, drop-out event, so people are encouraged to come when they can.
For more information, contact Cory Rikard at firstname.lastname@example.org, 970-947-8480. More at CMC Glenwood Springs.