• Advice
  • Tips for Taking Online Classes

    9 tips for taking online classes at CMC

    As college classes move online and distance learning becomes the new normal, Colorado Mountain College wants to give you the tools you need to succeed in a digital classroom. Online classes are generally more flexible and accessible than a traditional college setting. With that flexibility, comes other unique challenges. These tips for taking online classes […]

  • College News
  • Colorado Mountain College to extend spring break, then hold credit classes via distance learning

    In taking precautions against the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), effective immediately, Colorado Mountain College is temporarily changing operations for all campuses and locations. These changes will affect all credit and non-credit students, as well as community members and employees. For students only, spring break will be extended by one week, through March 20, […]

  • College News
  • CMC and GOL! are making the mountains more accessible

    Get Outdoors Leadville! participants and CMC students on family nature night.

    CMC Leadville and Get Outdoors Leadville work together to benefit students and the community As the outdoor industry continues to grow, creating more jobs for Colorado Mountain College students and future outdoor professionals, it’s important to address social issues affecting the industry and local community. In Lake County, Get Outdoors Leadville! has been tackling concerns […]

  • Ski Area Operations
  • Synergy in the Ski Industry

    Ski Patrol Operations class at Ski Cooper

    “The SAO program hits every point of the industry,” says Daniel Burl, a 2016 graduate from upstate New York, “You get to travel and learn different lifts for Lift Maintenance class, work on the school’s snowcats in Vehicle Maintenance, learn to be a ski patroller at Ski Cooper, learn two different styles of grooming – nordic and alpine – and master snowmaking operations.”