College Composition and Reading Department at Colorado Mountain College

The CCR courses integrate building reading and writing skills in each course. This accelerated learning program prepares students for a rigorous academic environment. The CCR classes prepare students to succeed in college-level courses.

  • CCR-092-College Composition and Reading integrates and contextualizes college-level reading and writing
  • CCR-093-College Composition and Reading Studio D requires a co-requisite course in Communication, Science, Social Science, Arts and Humanities, and Career and Technical Education (CTE)
  • CCR-094-College Comprehension and Reading Studio 121-Integrates and contextualizes reading and writing strategies tailored to co-requisite ENG-121 coursework.
  • The CCR courses will help you to succeed in college-level courses and develop lifelong skills with real-life applications.

 

Meet the College Composition and Reading Faculty at Colorado Mountain College

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photo - Erin Beaver

Beaver, Erin

Associate Professor
970-947-8262 | ebeaver@coloradomtn.edu

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Crew, Abigail

Adjunct Instructor
arcrew@coloradomtn.edu

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photo - Leslie Gumbrecht

Gumbrecht, Leslie

Associate Professor of Developmental English
Affiliated Faculty, Sustainability Studies
970-870-4515 | lgumbrecht@coloradomtn.edu

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Leeson, Susie

Adjunct Instructor
Vice President of Adjunct Affairs for the Faculty Senate
970-870-4444 | sleeson@coloradomtn.edu

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Taylor, Marilyn

Adjunct Faculty
970-468-5989 | mtaylor@coloradomtn.edu

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Weatherbie, Evan

Associate Professor
970-569-2945 | eweatherbie@coloradomtn.edu

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College Composition and Reading-CCR Courses

CCR 092 - College Composition and Reading, 5.0 Credits
Integrates and contextualizes college-level reading and writing. Students will read and understand complex materials and respond to ideas and information through writing informative and/or persuasive texts. Lecture, 75 Clock hrs.


CCR 093 - College Composition and Reading Studio D, 3.0 Credits
Integrates and contextualizes reading and writing strategies tailored to a co-requisite 100-level course within one or more of the discipline strands of Communications, Science, Social Science, Arts and Humanities, and CTE. Non-GT courses are not eligible for this consideration. Students will read and understand complex discipline-specific materials and respond to ideas and information through writing informative and/or persuasive texts. Lecture, 45 Clock hours.


CCR 094 - College Comprehension and Reading Studio 121, 3.0 Credits
Co-requisites ENG 121
Integrates and contextualizes reading and writing strategies tailored to co-requisite ENG-121 coursework. Students will read and understand complex materials and respond to ideas and information through writing informative and/or persuasive texts. Lecture, 45 clock hours.


CCR 933 - Assessment Prep and Skill Refresher, Non-credit
Students with any developmental placement score can chose this non-credit option for preparation and re-test into the appropriate class. Lecture.


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Vision

The College Composition and Reading Department of Colorado Mountain College strive to remain student and community-centered in our practice and our values.

Mission

The College Composition and Reading Department of Colorado Mountain College provides quality education through an accelerated learning program that prepares students for a rigorous academic environment. We promote and nourish collaboration with students and faculty.