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Bon appétit! French Cooking Class in Leadville will be offered on May 9th, by Master French Chef, Pierre Luc, at Lake County High School. Call (719) 486-4258 to register
French Cooking Class in Leadville offered on May 9th, by Master French Chef, Pierre Luc, at Lake County High School. Call (719) 486-4258 to register
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Picture yourself in Leadville. Are you wondering what ResLife in Leadville is all about? We will be sharing photos and updates to this album regularly to help paint the picture of our beautiful college campus and community.
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Defer payment until 8/12, avoid waitlists: Sign up for Fall 2015 Early Registration 3/30-4/17! http://bit.ly/1C24ZiS #ColoradoMtnCollege
Registering and Paying for Classes Jump to: Continuing Education Class Registration Instructions Credit Class Registration Instructions 1. Apply for Admission If you have not attended classes at CMC for three or more semesters, you are required to be readmitted and must complete a new admission application for the term in which you are enrolling. There …
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CMC Culinary Institute director Kevin Clarke will be featured on Rocky Mountain PBS "Hittin' The Road" segment Sunday, March 22: http://bit.ly/1xBELmO
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The results are in from OpenTable's "Best Restaurants in America 2014" list, created from over 5 million reviews at 20,000 restaurants. #6 on the list: Keystone's Ski Tip Lodge, headed by Executive Chef and CMC alum Brian Baker. Another CMC alumni, Ashley Kegu, is the restaurant's Sous Chef. Check out the article on page 10: http://bit.ly/1Es5rJ3 Well done!
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Three Outdoor Recreation Leadership (ORL) graduates rally to raise awareness for Paradox Sports by embarking on an Alaskan Expedition.
ORL Alumni to Embark on Alaskan Expedition: Three ORL grads rally to raise awareness for Paradox Sports, by embarking on an Alaskan Expedition.
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Congratulations to CMC Leadville Ski Area Operations alum Patrick Torsell, honored by Colorado Ski Country USA as Groomer of the Year! http://bit.ly/1Fc69Pl
CMC Ski Area Operation’s program alumni Patrick Torsell was recently named the Groomer of the Year by Colorado Ski Country USA.  Colorado Ski Country USA featured Patrick and his fellow honorees and is reprinted below. Colorado Ski Country USA recognized the unsung heroes of the Colorado ski industry through the Snowmaker, Slope Groomer, and Terrain...
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How to make a meal for $10, CMC Culinary students take on the 'Crockpot Challenge" http://bit.ly/1CHYxT6 #CulinarySchools #NationalFoodDay
Crockpots filled with steaming food lined the Summit County Community and Senior Center, as 11 Colorado Mountain College culinary students vied to have their dish recognized as the best.
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This year's Rail Jam is in a new location at the on-campus freestyle terrain park on 3/28. There will be prizes, giveaways, food, music and fun!
The 11th Annual Cloud City Rail Jam at Colorado Mountain College in Leadville will be held at the on-campus freestyle terrain park on March 28th, 2015.
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It's official: Spring has sprung! The season officially arrives in the Northern Hemisphere Friday at 3:45 pm, Colorado time when the sun crosses the equator on its journey north.
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$1000 scholarship to come to CMC for all HS seniors in our service area. Must apply and have FAFSA complete by March 31. Spread the word! http://bit.ly/1L6VEB2
Colorado Mountain College President Carrie Hauser is more than living up to her promise that every graduating high schooler in the area will get a letter of admission.This month,
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CMC's Common Reader Art and Writing contest. And the winners are.... http://bit.ly/1GEVkX6
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901 US-24 Leadville, CO 80461
901 U.S. 24USColoradoLeadville80461
(719) 486-2015coloradomtn.edu
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CMC Leadville is the highest altitude college in the nation providing student housing with views of Colorado's highest peaks & a quality education with one of the lowest tuition rates in the state.

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"Overall my teachers were excellent and skilled in their fields."
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"...campus with its backyard terrain park and 18-hole frisbee golf course."
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Sean McClellan
2 months ago
CMC is the third community college that I have attended and is, by far, the best educational experience I've had thus far. What makes the Timberline campus different from any other school is the immense amount of forest on the property, which holds miles of groomed cross-country ski trails and even a snowboard park. Combine that with the knowledgeable staff that double as outdoor instructors and it's clear that CMC Timberline rocks.
Shoshanah Beck
11 months ago
After many years of attending CMC I feel confident in providing accurate feedback about the school. CMC provided me with an education that has now given me the confidence to pursue meaningful work within my community. I know that many CMC students move out of their campus community after graduation, but this is not the case for myself. Wouldn't it be great if the school was able to retain more graduates in the community??? As a non-traditional student and enrolled in one of the new bachelors programs, CMC administration worked with me to satisfy all requirements, even if that meant holding very small classes or even independent studies. I was also able to take many of my classes online. One negative comment would be that communication from administration can be slow or non-existent from time to time. Overall my teachers were excellent and skilled in their fields. I enjoyed my time at CMC and feel lucky that I was able to receive a college education in a community of 7K people.
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Becky Jewell Laughton
11 months ago
I loved this school when I attended for drawing classes, ceramics classes, and some basic credit classes between 2006-2008. After CMC I went on to get a BA and an MA at the University of Colorado. They helped me get the jump on some credits during the summer.
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Christian Mendoza
3 months ago
Came out to this small town of 4,000 from a drastically different city situation: Miami, FL. Having never lived or even seen snow in my entire life I got to say I am really enjoing my time up here. What I really love about this campus compared to all the others that I visisted was the people, the staff, the students, the coworkers. They are all there for you and willing to bend over backwards to get you what you need. This sort of hospitality I haven't seen anywhere else. One thing to be weary about is there is not really anything to do up here. So unless you have a sport that you dedicate multiple days of training to, be prepared to sit inside a lot /:
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Brian Griffith
11 months ago
Timberline is a great campus with its backyard terrain park and 18-hole frisbee golf course. The staff here are all very friendly and with small class sizes you really get to know your teachers. I loved going to school here and would do it all over again.
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James Anderson
a year ago
CMC Leadville is a great place to go to school. The faculty and staff are the best. They all go out of their way to help and are very concerned if you succeed. Ive studied at four other community colleges Timberline is the best yet.