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Sustainability at CMC: Steamboat students recovered 2650 lbs of food in 2015 #sustainability http://ow.ly/4nkhHO Pilot & Today
The issue of food waste doesn’t start in our refrigerator. It is complex and occurs along every step of the food chain.
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Excited for CMC COO Matt Gianneschi, 2016-17 Aspen Institute #PresFellow @AspenHigherEd http://as.pn/1fp #mountainvision
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@ColoMtnCollege student Jennifer Penn finds new beginning, #SocialWork degree @LeadvilleToday ow.ly/YCc2g #mountainfutures
Leadville School News You Can Use: Education Up High Paying It Forward, Thanks to Education at CMC By Carrie Click Jennifer Penn is a Denver native, but a couple of years ago she wanted to be anywh…
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Awesome music from a homegrown Colorado band. Don't miss it! Colorado Mountain College - Leadville Thurs, Feb. 25 http://ow.ly/XZVMV
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Inspire yourself with theatre this weekend! CMC Sopris Theatre presents "Anton in Show Business" tonight, 2/19 and Sat, 2/19, 7 PM: http://bit.ly/1oPAxKh.
“Is theatre culturally relevant enough to be the subject of a play?”That’s a key question posed in “Anton in Show Business,” opening this week at Colorado Mountain College’s Spring
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Wonderful, FREE show on Feb 25 w/ Colorado Bluegrass/ Americana musicians Finnders and Youngberg @_fy5 #Leadville http://ow.ly/XWOct
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"Life is short. Live your dream and share your passion." We think this is what lots of CMC alums do.
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Summer registration opens today! Search and find classes at http://coloradomtn.edu/classes/
Find your Colorado Mountain College credit classes and register. View our campus class schedules and online class schedules for the current semester.
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CMC's Study Abroad. Life-changing travel. Spread the word! East Africa Study Abroad info night #CMCLeadville
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Don't forget! #CollegeGoalSunday Sun, Feb. 21, 1-3 pm, at CMC locations #moneyforcollege http://bit.ly/1Q1tdWj
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The Dog Star: celestial insights & beauty from CMC prof Jimmy Westlake @steamboatpilot http://ow.ly/YdjG5
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"A Thousand Smiles: Images from Kenya" opens at CMC Aspen Gallery, Thurs. Feb.11, 5-7:PM http://ow.ly/Y7WHy
For Kate Lapides, not all that occurs in Africa is about poverty and despair. On a trip last fall with fellow members of For the Good Period, a local humanitarian organization, she captured with her camera faces filled with hope, beauty and happiness. Those photos are the focus of a photography exhibit, “A Thousand Smiles: Images from...
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802 Grand Ave Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
802 Grand AvenueUSColoradoGlenwood Springs81601
(970) 945-8691coloradomtn.edu
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Central admissions and administration office (no classes offered at this address). We offer two- and four-year degrees in over 55 degree programs. Serving 22,000 students annually across 11 Rocky Mountain communities.
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Shelby Wright
2 years ago
I have been involved with Colorado Mountain College since I was in high school. It has helped me get ahead in my higher education. I stayed enrolled after I graduated high school and finished my Associates. I am now starting up to finish my four year degree there! It has been an amazing experience and I am lucky to have it in my backyard! Would highly reccomend anyone to take any type of class here, its wonderful.
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Hi Shelby, Thanks for sharing your review with us. We wish you the best with all your endeavors!!
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Heidi Blatcher
a year ago
I enjoyed the convenience of the internet classes. It helped me to work towards my teaching certification. The format was the most convenient I have used so far. My professor was very helpful and always available.
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Kevin Cross
2 years ago
One of the only community colleges that offers a 4 year degree in Business or Culinary Arts. Located in one of the most serene places of Colorado, the Rockies give this school an ambiance that can't be beat. We don't have the extra stuff like college football teams or soccer but we pride ourselves on just being able to attend. First focus would be to teach you to grow in your endeavors in life and our second focus is to improve the lives of the surrounding community through education. Best campus I have attended would be the Eagle/Vail campus located in Edwards.
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Ryan Spiller
2 years ago
The school was a great starter college. Since they did not offer my degree I only spent a short year at the steamboat springs location. I would have stayed longer if more of the classes I need were offered. The major problem I had with the school was the administration. I never exspected to be treated as a child when going to college of all places. They acted like we knew very little and that they had all the answers and treated the students like they were doing something wrong all the time. Also, I dont know if its just my location since everyone seemes to move a little slower in remote cities but the school took a long time to return a phone call or answer a simple question, my parents experienced the same problem. That being said I think the teachers that I had and the ones I heard about from friends were really great. A lot of my teachers took intrest in my life and what was happening in it. I have to say one of the best parts was the great connection with my teachers and the matetial I learned. Besides that a lot of the people that attend this school are a lot of fun and sometimes wild. They are all very adventurous and very layed back people that you can talk to. The school and location offers a lot of outdoor activities that are amazing to go on. I think this was one of the best experiences I had while attending cmc.
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Michael Bianculli
a year ago
Colorado Mountain College has made it possible for me to work my current full time job and attend school online getting a degree so that I can start working in healthcare. I have learned in every class I have taken. The teachers and course work have all been challenging. The staff have been helpful in helping me to chose classes each semester and staying on track. I plan to take more classes in the future for both continued education and some for fun.
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Tasha Laforme
2 years ago
I am currently attending Colorado Mountain College- Spring Valley and so far I absolutely love it. The Campus is beautiful, the people are super friendly and most of the staff are extremely helpful. The financial aid department could use a tune up due to lack of organization but other than that I highly recommend CMC to anyone and everyone!
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Jason E Evitt
2 years ago
CMC has shaped and guided my life in so many positive directions there's not enough room here to explain. The sum of it is that the BASS program (Bachelors of Arts in Sustainability Studies) is an amazing, holistic education that I think should be taught for every high school curriculum in the U.S. We would then see positive change quickly in light of environmental well-being and balancing the many needs of all interests and demands on finite ecosystems. Sustainability incorporates the 3 Es into every decision we make, in a systems thinking perspective; the 3 Es are Environment, Economics and social Equity. Anyway, CMC has teachers that surpass many University Instructors and the classroom size is unbeatable, unless you consider the affordability. I have spoken with many students who went the "Big School" direction, only to become unfulfilled and return to CMC where they felt and embraced the more intimate and individual experience. Between 2 classes last semester I had 9 field labs; that's 9 days outside learning (1 was canceled due to weather or it would have been 10); It was a stupendous experience! My eyes were opened to beautiful detail and revealing interconnections I never knew existed. The University experience will most likely get you no field labs because the classes are too large, especially not 10 days in one semester walking around learning in our amazing local landscapes. If you can't tell, I'm a big fan of CMC. I went through the EMT-Basic program, Avi-1 and 2, Guitar 1, Quick-books, and at CMC they don't even charge you the Bachelors level prices, when you get into that program, for subsequent lower level classes; they charge you for the price range of the class, not your status as a student. Again, you won't get that at a large school. Well, that's enough fawning over Colorado Mountain College. I love it and highly recommend it! Thanks CMC :)
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taylor rainey
2 years ago
I attended the CMC Spring Valley campus and it was amazing. Not only do you have the best views in the state just outside your bedroom window, but the community is amazing. Everyone knows everyone and its like one big family. The teachers are stellar and really make a connection with the students which makes it much easier to ask questions. The overall experience i had a Spring Valley was one for the books. It is a great place to live, and go to school along with making life long connections with the best of friends.
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