With eight locations in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, including three residential campuses, this two-year college offers multiple bachelor and associate degrees and certifications. Colorado Mountain College is known for its small class sizes, personal attention and hands-on experience.
Bachelor’s degree tuition is amongst the lowest in the country and is the lowest in Colorado, according to the U.S. Department of Education.
The school has a flat-fee textbook program.
Unique programs offered include ski area operations, resort management, natural resource management and outdoor recreation leadership.
Campuses in Glenwood Springs, Leadville and Steamboat Springs all offer easy access to world-class skiing and snowboarding.
Steamboat Springs campus’ ski team is a coed Division 1 ski team that competes in the strongest college ski racing conference in the country.
At residential campuses, numerous clubs and events are offered for students living on campus.
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