CMC's Mission: To Create a Better Future

Partnerships are key to the success of Colorado Mountain College, its communities and friends

We are focused on creating a better future for our students, our communities, our partners and our team members. By building partnerships we hope to enrich the lives of everyone we work with.

Come join us! Colorado Mountain College provides many ways to connect, not just in the classroom. Our trustees are local elected citizens who oversee the direction of the College, which is a locally supported district.

Our Community

Building community partnerships is a core part of our CMC mission.

A technical lab in Leadville, a senior volunteer program in Garfield County, a center for the arts, a training program geared to single parents, a community consortium to improve and protect the Lake Fork of the Arkansas River watershed — all programs Colorado Mountain College is proud to partner with.

The CMC FoundationLOGO - CMC Foundation

Learn how you can help us create better futures for others. The Colorado Mountain College Foundation builds partnerships with individuals and businesses who provide resources to enhance the classroom experience and the entire community.

Alumni

We value the relationships with our graduates and invite you to stay in touch as you journey through life.

Whether you are a student, business person or potential employee, we invite you to become a partner with us. Our mission is to create a better future for you! If you are one of our graduates, you have a place to connect at the CMC Foundation website and Facebook.com/CMCAlumni.

Ark Watershed Working Group

The Ark Watershed Working Group represents community and stakeholder interests in watershed activities.

Ark Watershed Working Group

Common Reader

The Common Reader program is designed to encourage learning conversations among students, faculty, staff and community members along a central theme.

Common Reader

High Country RSVP

High Country RSVP (Retired Senior Volunteer Program) recruits, trains, and promotes volunteers, age 55 and older.

High Country RSVP

Gateway Program

The Gateway Program provides educational, training and employment support for single parents.

Gateway Program

Go2Work Programs

Go2Work Programs provides preparation with free, drop in workshops for job seekers, as well as students.

Go2Work Programs

photo: exterior of Morgridge Commons above the Glenwood Springs Branch Library

Morgridge Commons

CMC's new and state-of-the-art meeting center in downtown Glenwood Springs.

Morgridge Commons Meeting & Conference Center