Colorado Mountain College campuses in Summit County, CO
Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge and Dillon offers innovative programs and exceptional faculty, all at an affordable tuition rate. In fact, CMC was ranked the third most affordable four-year public college in the country by the U.S. Department of Education and No. 17 in the nation for student success in a CNN/Money report.
CMC boasts a world-class culinary program designed to help aspiring chefs and restaurant owners find their niche. The program partners with some of the finest dining establishments in the area to provide real-world experience to CMC students. A community garden at the Breckenridge campus aligns with the college’s focus on sustainability and local foods. Summer technology day camps offer middle school and high school students a chance to explore science, technology, math and science with CMC’s knowledgeable faculty.
The college’s new business and sustainability internships offer invaluable work experience for students by connecting them with businesses and nonprofits in the community. CMC’s business classes have spurred a number of entrepreneurs to start their own businesses, often before they’ve even completed the classes. And CMC’s exceptional faculty stands out by providing students with the knowledge and expertise to succeed in their careers.
CMC offers classes and degrees for every type of student. Students can pursue the bachelor’s degrees in sustainability studies and business. There are also associate degrees in arts, sciences and general studies, and students can study art, business, information technology, culinary arts, environmental studies, graphic design and photography, law enforcement and emergency services, nursing, outdoor studies, ski and resort management, teaching and more.
In addition to bachelor’s and associate degrees and certificate programs, the college offers a vast array of continuing education, developmental education and customized business training. That could include a class on photography, creative writing, tai chi or social media — the possibilities are endless.
So pick your passion at CMC, whether it’s a degree you’ve always wanted to pursue or a fun class you’ve always wanted to take. CMC combines solid academics with affordable tuition in incredible mountain towns.
333 Fiedler Ave.
107 Denison Place,
• Colorado Mountain College ranked No. 17 out of nearly 800 community colleges from around the nation for successful graduation and transfer rates in a report from CNNMoney.
• The U.S. Department of Education ranks Colorado Mountain College as the third most affordable four-year public college in the country.
• The CMC Culinary Institute team rises to the top — the team has won the state competition twice over the past three years.
• For more information, visit coloradomtn.edu.
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