• College News
  • Student Field Technicians Dig into Local Environmental Projects

    Ethan and Max are training with Brad Johnson from Johnson Environmental Consulting to learn about redox monitoring techniques.

    Ecosystem Science Field Experience Lab (ESFEL) Student Field Technicians Dig into Local Environmental Projects The Ecosystem Science Field Experience Lab (ESFEL) connects course-work with real-world projects through internship opportunities for current students and program graduates. Through hands-on experience, interns will be prepared for a seasonal entry-level position with non-profit, private and governmental organizations. This year’s […]

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  • Reeling in Female Fly Fishing Guide Scholarships

    Heather Ritchie fly fishing guide student at Twin Lakes

    Reeling in Female Fly Fishing Guide Scholarships Fly fishers in the Upper Arkansas River Valley may have noticed a new group of anglers in town. They’re all students enrolled in the Professional Fly Fishing Guide program at Colorado Mountain College Leadville, a four-week intensive certification program dedicated to training the next generation of fly fishing […]

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  • Susanna Spaulding to Retire after 24-year Career at CMC

    Susanna Spaulding, Akron Aspens

    For twenty-four years, Susanna Spaulding, Professor of Business and Entrepreneurship at Colorado Mountain College, has helped shape the entrepreneurial culture in the Arkansas River Valley. She has been a valuable member of the college and community and is retiring June 2021, leaving a legacy of lifelong learning in Leadville and Chaffee County. Celebrating a Fulfilling […]

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  • Students participate in the 2021 Wright Collegiate Challenge

    Students in the CMC Photography club observe and photograph the night sky

    Outdoor students to present Dark Sky solution to San Luis Valley Great Outdoors for the 2021 Wright Collegiate Challenge Designed to promote out-of-the-box ideas and entrepreneurial thinking, the Wright Collegiate Challenge requires students to address current issues within the outdoor recreation industry. The 12-week challenge connects Colorado college students with businesses, nonprofits and civic organizations […]

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  • CMC Leadville Graduation on May 7, 2021

    Colorado Mountain College Leadville is proud to present the class of 2021 at an in-person graduation ceremony held on campus on May 7, 2021. To ensure the health and safety of all graduates, their supporters, campus faculty and staff, and the surrounding community, we have made significant changes to the traditional graduation ceremony. If you […]

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  • Financial Aid Opportunities at CMC Leadville

    CMC student and Financial Aid Specialist talk in library between rows of books

    Get help paying for college with financial aid opportunities at Colorado Mountain College Affordable education is a top priority for Colorado Mountain College Leadville students. Even with one of the lowest tuition rates in the state of Colorado, we understand that finances can be an intimidating barrier for education. CMC is committed to making college […]

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  • Former Ski Area Ops Student Builds Texas Sledding Hill

    Hundreds of Levelland, TX residents made the most of unseasonably cold weather thanks to the snowmaking experience of a former CMC student It’s been fourteen years since Dustin Reichelt was enrolled in the Ski Area Operations (SAO) program at Colorado Mountain College Leadville, but that hasn’t stopped him from exercising his snowmaking skills. Now the […]

  • Ecosystem Science & Management
  • Learn from the Landscape: Study Ecosystem Science & Management at 10,200′

    Ecosystem science & management virtual info session on Jan 27

    Colorado Mountain College Leadville introduces a revitalized course pathway for Ecosystem Science & Management Meet your professors and learn more at the Virtual Information Night on January 27 at 5pm Register for the Virtual Info Night Wade into streams to test water quality and monitor fish populations. Hike into high-alpine meadows to analyze wetlands for […]