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Congrats to 23 new members of @PhiThetaKappa, from CMC's Roaring Fork Campus #collegescholars http://ow.ly/L8cIv
Some of the Roaring Fork Campus Phi Theta Kappa 2015 inductees posed for this photo. Pictured left to right are: Vicky Rosa, Thang Khan Sian Khai (“Andy”), Trent Marshall, Olga Pavlova, Eva Tarridas Campos, Lamine Kane, Jesse Monsalve and Bebly Machado. By Christie Smith ...
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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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$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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Study abroad in Rwanda & Uganda! Trek w/ gorillas, study sustainable aid & development. Sign up by March 13!
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Sweet pottery, delicious soup, great cause: CMC pottery and culinary arts students team up for Grand River Meals on Wheels fundraiser http://ow.ly/K1sdv.
The Rifle community is coming together next week to offer a unique fundraising event to benefit Grand River Meals on Wheels.For a $20 donation, attendees of the March for
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Guess the skier. #CopperMountain on the weekend. On CMC-student designed skis, enjoying 5" fresh. (Hint: She has something to do with helping CMC reach new heights.) #CollegePresidents
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Meet your awesome CMC Online Faculty of the Year!http://ow.ly/L3ga7
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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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CMC's Common Reader Art and Writing contest. And the winners are.... http://bit.ly/1GEVkX6
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Speak your truth- OUT LOUD. CMC in Breckenridge is hosting its 8th annual Poetry Slam March 26 at 7 pm. Bring you own poem, limited to 3 minutes or less. #ColoradoPoetrySlams
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On The Air: Isaacson School​ students on RadioCMC! 102.7 FM in Aspen & 93.9 FM Glenwood. Thanks for the feature, Aspen Sojourner! http://bit.ly/1BWmA2f
The voice of a community can't be expressed more clearly than it is on local radio. Now the perspective of a younger generation can be heard in the Roaring Fork Valley, thanks to Radio CMC (radioCMC.com; 102.7 FM from Aspen to Snowmass Canyon, 93.9 FM in Glenwood Springs), a for-profit college ...
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3000 Co Rd 114 Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
3000 County Road 114USColoradoGlenwood Springs81601
(970) 945-7481coloradomtn.edu
Community College, Adult Education SchoolToday Closed
Monday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed
CMC - Spring Valley is a residential campus with a student center, gym, res halls, learning resource center & labs for computers, science, photography, graphic design, vet tech. & more!

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"I would recommend an education at CMC Spring Valley under any circumstances."
"The views are amazing and the location is great for outdoor activities."
"Our teachers gave us honest feedback and individual encouragement."
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Evan Burgess
2 months ago
At first glance, Colorado Mountain College might seem like any other small community college. But ever since my first visit, I realized that this was not the case. I'm in my last semester of the graphic design program here at Spring Valley, and I've been challenged, educated, and given exceptional resources and opportunities to grow in my field. CMC was exactly what I was looking for: a small, very affordable school that gives those in creative fields the tools to step out into the workforce. Besides all of that, the campus is in an incredible mountain setting. With close access to skiing, hiking, climbing, and all the other resources this remarkable valley has, I could not ask for a better location.
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Libby Isaacs
2 months ago
I am an older, change of career student at CMC and have seen and attended college at other locations. I love this school. Every encounter with the faculty and staff has been enjoyable. They will go out of their way in any capacity to ensure they help you out and with a smiling face. The Vet Tech program is challenging and I really enjoy that it is. The more challenging, the higher my drive to succeed. The views are incredible and the wildlife viewings (deer almost daily) are a blast. The interaction between the school and students to support Colorado Animal Rescue and the pets is a breath of fresh air and an extension of the Roaring Forks and this region of Colorado. I am in my second semester and have not seen a stray dog or an animal that appears neglected around the community. On the other hand the dog parks are outstanding and the amount of people out and about routinely interacting with their dogs is impressive.
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ben schmidt
2 months ago
CMC Spring Valley is an amazing place to find your interests. With the affordable classes and on campus housing this location is perfect for someone who wants to further their education even if they are not sure what they want to major in. All of the employees are willing to help you succeed and are very fair. The views are amazing and the location is great for outdoor activities.
Tyler Cohen
2 months ago
CMC is fun, love chilling with all my friends and having a great learning environment.
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Tansy Harkins
2 months ago
I started the Professional Photography program in the fall of 2011 and graduated in the fall of 2013. I learned so much during that time. I barely knew anything when I started, but the program starts at the ground level and brings you up to the professional level. The classes cover all the bases. From the basic workings of a DSLR camera to studio lighting to the history of photography to cutting our own mats, we learned it all. The classes were small and intimate. We all knew each other very well by the end of the program, and we pushed each other to be unique and to show others how we honestly see the world. Our teachers gave us honest feedback and individual encouragement. This is a fantastic program that consistently adapts to the rapidly changing media of photography, and I highly recommend it to anyone who has a serious passion for this art-form.
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Laurel Lee
2 months ago
This is my second semester here, and first semester being a Resident Assistant, and let me tell you, this place is wonderful. Here you aren't just a number, here people care about your education. There is a very strong support system in place so if you ever have any questions, all you have to do is ask. The views are amazing, the classes are small and personal. They have free tutoring available every day of the week, and an excellent library. The activities on campus are frequent and fun. Overall, this is really an ideal campus if you're looking to get the college experience with the right budget, support, and personal help.
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Kelsey Gray
2 months ago
My experience with CMC as been pretty good so far. It is my second year, and I like all my classes and the teachers that I have. I think my favorite part about CMC is the plays that go on. I enjoy going and seeing all the hard work that they have put in. I would also like to add the that cafetiere food has gotten much better that my first year here.
Jim Cleaver
11 months ago
As a recent graduate of the BSBA program (Bachelors of Science in Business Administration) and a 50 year old businessman I give CMC Spring Valley, its faculty and administration my thanks for a terrific experience. I am a former broker, trader, and current wealth manager who never got a degree and I have to spread the word that this program is as good as any in the country. Even at my age and (seeming) understanding of finance I was challenged by the excellent faculty constantly and given practical tools in the areas of economics, finance, accounting, strategy, leadership and management. The return on investment on this education is far higher than any other institution in the country given the use of technology and interactive curricula presented. I would recommend an education at CMC Spring Valley under any circumstances. Don’t miss the mountains at some snooty east coast ivy where you get less education with giant, impersonal lectures and a crushing debt load to go with your sheepskin.
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