Housing Options at Colorado Mountain College
See our guides to get a jump to find on- and off-campus housing
Housing options vary considerably by campus. Most of our locations are in resort communities where you should anticipate higher rents than what you'd find in the Denver area.
Three of our locations have on-campus housing, offering all the conveniences of independent living coupled with valuable support, learning and safety structures to facilitate student success. On-campus housing allows you to live, learn and play in the Colorado Rockies, affordably.
Learn more about CMC Residence Halls
If you're under 21 years old and a first-year student at one of CMC's residential campus, you are required to live in the Residence Hall. See Live-On Requirement in the housing agreement for details and exceptions.
Since each community has unique housing opportunities and challenges, we have a number of housing guides tailored to the community you wish to live in. View any of these housing guides:
CMC Housing Initiative
CMC is investing $45 million in student housing to address the difficulty many students have finding a place to live. Campuses include:
- Spring Valley at Glenwood Springs
- Steamboat Springs
- Vail Valley at Edwards
Learn more about the CMC Housing Initiative