a student teacher works with young  children in a classroom.
Cultivate and retain quality educators

The "Rural Colorado Grow Your Own Educator" grant program provides a $10,000 stipend to teacher candidates during their student-teaching fellowship when it is virtually impossible to work another job. Each dollar donated to this program will be matched by the Colorado Department of Higher Education.

Photo: Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper speaking at the the Aspen Institute’s Society of Fellows Discussion Reception with CMC President Carrie Hauser in the background.
Fund Sueños (Dream Fund)

This cutting-edge philanthropic initiative at CMC will provide access to higher education financing for undocumented students and others not eligible to receive federal financial aid, who often struggle to finance postsecondary education.

Photo: Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper speaking at the the Aspen Institute’s Society of Fellows Discussion Reception with CMC President Carrie Hauser in the background.
Help kids and save on your taxes!

When you make a donation of $250 or more to select CMC programs, you can qualify for the Colorado Child Care Contribution Credit which decreases the after-tax cost of your gift by more than 50%.

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Compare: Our tuition is one of the lowest of Hospitality Management programs in Colorado

Low costs keep CMC graduates from being crushed by debt as they start their careers. Give yourself a financial break without compromising your education. That's smart.

Here’s how our in-district and in-state tuition compares to other hospitality management programs in Colorado:

Tuition and fees for two-year degrees (60 credit hours). Source: CDHE Tuition and Fees Report, Fiscal Year 2018-19.

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CMC In-state
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Pueblo Community College (AGS)
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Pueblo Community College (AGS)
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Colorado Mesa University
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Colorado Mesa University
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