• College News
  • EMT students gain hands-on training with St. Vincent Health care team

    CMC EMT students practice a trauma training with St. Vincent Health staff in Leadville

    When it comes to medical training, hands-on experience and practice are invaluable. The Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) program at Colorado Mountain College provides specific training for those interested in working in emergency medical services. This program covers the  training requirements and prepares students for the National Registry Exams and Colorado state certification. Traditionally, EMT student […]

  • Leadville Community
  • Running Down Her Dream

    CMC student Annie Hughes running a section of the Collegiate Loops

    Despite race cancellations, CMC student and ultrarunner Annie Hughes runs her own races The famous Leadville 100 Run Ultramarathon has put Leadville, CO on the map and on the minds of runners around the world. For many students it’s the community of runners that initially attracted them to the Cloud City. Collegiate runners come to […]

  • Leadville Community
  • La Familia Primero: Family First

    Family photo of a mother and three sons - Jessica Rea Leadville

    La Familia Primero: Family First Leadville mother of three earns diploma through CMC’s new Workforce Diploma Program thanks to flexible online classes When Jessica Rea was 9-years-old, her family moved to Leadville, CO from Durango, Mexico. Similar to the original mining families who settled in Leadville in the 1800’s, Jessica’s family sought new opportunities to […]

  • College News
  • High Rockies Adventure Club Meets September 9

    The High Rockies Adventure Club gears up for a semester of outdoor experiences and excursions The High Rockies Adventure Club (HRAC) is a student-led group dedicated to building a community of conscientious outdoor leaders while developing an inclusive culture of outdoor recreation. The club plans and participates in school-sponsored excursions, like mountain bike rides, rock […]

  • Outdoor Education
  • Rock Climbing Leadership

    Colorado Mountain College outdoor students during the 2019 Rock Climbing Leadership course.

    CMC Rock Climbing Leadership Students will Explore Local Crags this Fall In a few weeks, Colorado Mountain College Leadville students enrolled in the Rock Climbing Leadership course will embark on a ten-day climbing adventure. The small group of dedicated recreationists will learn beginner and intermediate rock climbing techniques, practicing rappelling, knot-tying, rescues, and belaying, among […]

  • Alumni
  • Throttling Through a Commencement Curveball

    Throttling Through a Commencement Curveball How one CMC graduate celebrated her academic accomplishments mid-pandemic and her outlook on the outdoor job market Graduating college is an incredible accomplishment that deserves to be celebrated. Though the pandemic had other plans for the class of 2020, Colorado Mountain College Leadville graduates like Kesley White found alternative ways […]

  • Leadville Community
  • Leadville Library Learning Resources

    CMC students and Lake County residents can access thousands of ebooks and audiobooks for free Colorado Mountain College is dedicated to creating access points to resources for our mountain communities. Whether you are interested in improving your understanding of social inequalities or you want to catch up on the latest audiobook from your favorite author, […]

  • Student Life
  • CMC Esports Club Hosts Virtual Game Night on June 4

    Virtual gaming esports

    CMC Esports Club Hosts Virtual Game Night on June 4 Colorado Mountain College students will soon be able to play a new era of contact-free sports. The new CMC Leadville Esports Club is now welcoming students interested in online gaming to join their digital community. Students from all Colorado Mountain College campuses are welcome, as […]

  • College News
  • CMC Leadville Recognizes Faculty and Staff of the Year

    2019-2020 faculty and staff of the year at CMC Leadville

    Every year, Colorado Mountain College students and employees recognize specific staff and faculty members for their contributions to their campus community. The nominations for the 2019-2020 academic year have been reviewed and the results are in. Please join us in congratulating Windy Selig, Brian Rosser, and Liz Miller on being named Faculty & Staff of […]