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2023-2024Información en Español pg. 16-19

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11 Locations15,000 Students$1.33 Million in Scholarships Awarded (2022-2023)13:1 Student-to-Faculty Ratio27% Hispanic or Latino Students Designated Hispanic- Serving Institution28% First-Generation Students5 Ways to Learn • Classroom • Hybrid • Connected Classroom • Remote Real-Time • OnlineTable of Contents04 Locations That Inspire06 Thinking About Your Path 08 Business and Information Technology 09 Communication, Arts, and Digital Media10 Culinary, Hospitality, and Outdoor Recreation & Leadership11 Health Sciences and Public Safety12 Human Services, Social Sciences, and Education13 Natural Sciences and Sustainability14 What Do You Want to Study?16 Elevando El Futuro De Las Familias20 Study Hard, Play Hard 22 Yes, You Can Do This24 Uncommon Classrooms26 Paying for College28 Your Next StepsColorado Mountain College is a dual mission local college district, offering bachelor’s and associate degrees, as well as certicates. Colorado Mountain College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and is part of the Standard Pathway with HLC.Colorado Mountain College does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, gender identity, marital status, national or ethnic origin, political afliation, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, veteran status, and family and genetic information, in its programs and activities as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and as provided in other applicable statutes and College policies. The College prohibits sexual and gender-based harassment, including sexual assault, and other forms of interpersonal violence. Colorado Mountain College will take appropriate steps to ensure that the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in vocational education programs. For additional information contact: Title IX Coordinator, 802 Grand Avenue, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601, 970-947-8351,, or Director of Human Resources, 802 Grand Avenue, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601, 970-947-8311,

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Since 1967, CMC has welcomed students from all walks of life to grow, learn, and explore what’s possible within our beautiful mountain settings.At Colorado Mountain College, we believe that you deserve the opportunity to learn the real-world skills you need to achieve your dreams. Our goal is to support you in your journey to academic, personal, and professional success. And we are committed to helping you afford college without a lifetime of debt.Bring all of yourself to college. Your unique vision, life experience, and desire to grow adds vibrancy to our immersive learning environment.Here, you can ELEVATE YOUR FUTURE. MADE IN THE MOUNTAINS20 Study Hard, Play Hard 22 Yes, You Can Do This24 Uncommon Classrooms26 Paying for College28 Your Next Steps

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“CMC was the most involved school I have ever attended, which made it my absolute favorite. Going to school there didn’t feel like a chore or a bummer. Being involved made it exciting to wake up and go to class every day.” Dallas Capozza / Associate of General StudiesYOUR PLACE TO BECOME THE BEST VERSION OF YOU

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Who you are What drives you to take action Where you want to go When your studying becomes a skill Why you are important How you can make a differenceELEVATE YOUR FUTURE / 3College is about nding out

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The CMC district covers some 7,500 square miles, three national forests, six wilderness areas, and most of Colorado’s major ski resorts. Choose from community locations close to home offering exible classes, or go away to college at one of our three residential campuses: Leadville, Spring Valley at Glenwood Springs, or Steamboat Springs. Live within the yellow shaded regions on the map? You likely qualify for in-district tuition.4 / ELEVATE YOUR FUTURELOCATIONS THAT INSPIRE

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LEADVILLE Wake up and say good morning to views of the highest peak in Colorado (Mount Elbert, 14,439’) from the residence hall. Miles of on-campus trails and a backyard student-maintained terrain park mean you’ll never get bored.STEAMBOAT SPRINGSThe quintessential Colorado mountain town experience. Walk downtown from campus, hop a bus to the local ski hills, help out in the on-campus permaculture park, or relax between classes along the Yampa River.SPRING VALLEY AT GLENWOOD SPRINGSA tight-knit campus community just outside of Glenwood Springs with million-dollar views of Mount Sopris. Miles of on-campus trails, vibrant student life, and innovative learning opportunities in the Roaring Fork Valley are at your ngertips.Learn, work, and grow at one of our three residential campuses that offer full-service dining, free parking, and abundant student activities in a small community atmosphere.Why live on campus? You can immerse yourself in your studies while creating lasting friendships. Students who live on campus have a quick walk to class (great for sleeping in) and easy access to resources like computer labs, libraries, study groups, tutoring, faculty support, and more.Independent student apartments are available at Breckenridge, Spring Valley at Glenwood Springs, Steamboat Springs, and Vail Valley at Edwards.Residential Campuses & Housing Options Mountain View Residence Hall Hill Residence HallLOVE WHERE YOU LIVE Sopris Residence Hall

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6 /  What subjects have always sparked my curiosity and enthusiasm? Which activities or hobbies do I enjoy most? What issues or challenges in the world today resonate with me? What skills or talents do I have that I would like to further explore? Am I more inclined towards hands-on, practical elds or theoretical, research-based subjects? What kind of impact do I want to make? What kind of learning environment do I thrive in—collaborative, independent, or a mix of both?6 / ELEVATE YOUR FUTUREWhere to start?With over 130 options to explore, take time to consider what subject areas and careers exciteyou! An advisor or enrollment specialist can help. Here are a few things to think about:THINKINGABOUTYOUR PATH

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COMMUNICATION, ARTS,AND DIGITAL MEDIAHEALTH SCIENCESAND PUBLIC SAFETYNATURAL SCIENCESAND SUSTAINABILITYI love creativeprojects andsolvingchallengingcommunicationissues.I want to protectthe planet orlearn the sciencebehind life.Business andtechnology arethe future andI want to be apart of it.I want to be a partof Colorado’sbooming tourismand hospitalityindustry.I want to serve mycommunity andhelp people in theirtime of need.I’m a peopleperson. I want tounderstandand help others.Choosing a program of study is a completely personal choice. There’s no wrong answer!Think about what makes sense for you, your future, and long-term goals.
Early ChildhoodTeacherEducation
Social Work
Art History
Digital Media
Graphic Design
Integrated Media
Professional Photography
Studio Art
Theatre & Event Production
Accounting: Bookkeeper
Business Administration
Information TechnologySpecialist
Leadership &Management
Real Estate
EcosystemScience &Stewardship
Mathematics Physics SustainabilityStudies
OutdoorRecreationLeadership Outdoor SoftGoodsManufacturing Ski & SnowboardBusiness Ski AreaOperations
Action SportsIndustry
Culinary &RestaurantManagement
Culinary Arts
Fly FishingGuide
Colorado LawEnforcementTrainingAcademy
Dental Hygiene^
Fire ScienceTechnology
Health Science
Nurse Aide
PharmacyTechnician VeterinaryTechnology^PendingAccreditation

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“CMC has taught me it is worth reaching for the stars. Even if you don’t make it, you’ll go higher than you ever expected.” Katie Uhlaender / Associate of ArtsAccounting: BookkeeperBusiness AdministrationEconomicsInformation Technology SpecialistLeadership & ManagementReal EstateBUSINESS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYWhether you’re interested in shaping economies, leading organizations, or driving innovation through technology, these programs will equip you with the tools to succeed in the evolving world of business and technology. Internship opportunities with local organizations get your foot in the door and increase your real-world experience to build your resume before you graduate.8 / ELEVATE YOUR FUTURE

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Art HistoryCommunicationDigital MediaGraphic DesignIntegrated MediaProfessional PhotographyStudio ArtTheatre & Event Production“The equal exchange of information between professors, students, alumni, and other faculty is something that you can’t get anywhere else. It’s the most beautiful thing to be in a place where everyone is truly the student, where learning happens every day from every angle.” Mallory Williams / Professional PhotographyCOMMUNICATION, ARTS, AND DIGITAL MEDIA Unleash your creative potential by immersing yourself at the intersection of art, visual communication, and storytelling. Develop skills in harnessing digital media’s power to engage audiences across different platforms. With cutting-edge facilities and equipment at your ngertips, you’ll have everything you need to make an impact with your creative talents. Join the vibrant community of the Isaacson School of Communication, Arts & Media, where expert faculty will guide you in developing your unique voice and personal vision.

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Action Sports IndustryAvalanche ScienceCulinary & Restaurant ManagementCulinary ArtsFly Fishing GuideHospitality ManagementOutdoor EducationOutdoor Recreation LeadershipOutdoor Soft Goods ManufacturingSki & Snowboard BusinessSki Area Operations“I loved the mixed curriculum between the classroom and extensive eld time, which allowed us to not only grasp the wilderness experience better, but become closer as a student group.” Michael Jarocki / Outdoor Recreation Leadership10 / ELEVATE YOUR FUTURECULINARY, HOSPITALITY, AND OUTDOOR RECREATION & LEADERSHIP Colorado is an incredible destination popular with visitors from all over the world. The tourism and hospitality industries need skilled leaders ready to tackle the evolving needs of travelers and outdoor enthusiasts. With a booming outdoor recreation industry contributing hundreds of thousands of jobs across the state, there are extensive opportunities to follow your passion and develop a career right here in the mountains.

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“We have been given an opportunity to be a part of something bigger than ourselves, and to make a lasting difference in people’s lives.” Ryan Dax / NursingColorado Law Enforcement Training AcademyDental Hygiene^Emergency Medical TechnicianFire Science TechnologyHealth ScienceMedical AssistantNurse AideNursingParamedicPharmacy TechnicianPhlebotomyVeterinary TechnologyELEVATE YOUR FUTURE / 11^Pending AccreditationHEALTH SCIENCES AND PUBLIC SAFETYYour community needs you. Support local health and wellness needs by preparing for high-demand careers as a rst responder, healthcare worker, or veterinary technician. These comprehensive programs emphasize empathy and technical skill during difcult public emergencies and everyday life.

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HUMAN SERVICES, SOCIAL SCIENCES, AND EDUCATIONPeople are your passion. Learn the theories and practices behind making a positive impact on othersand apply these to real-world careers to shape a better tomorrow. Explore the depths of humanbehavior, societal dynamics, and cultural understanding. Develop in-demand skills in education,counseling, advocacy, and social work to empower others.“I love going to work every day, seeing the kids’ smiling faces,their joy, and energy. If I’m having a bad day, I know my kids willcheer me up, making me want to be a great teacher.” Paloma Corral / Early Childhood EducationAddiction StudiesAnthropologyEarly ChildhoodEducationEducationElementary TeacherEducationEnglishHistoryHuman ServicesParalegalPhilosophyPsychologySocial WorkSociologySpanish12 / ELEVATE YOUR FUTURE

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NATURAL SCIENCES AND SUSTAINABILITYGet your hands dirty by tackling the world’s biggest challenges in the classroom and out in the eld. Study the science, ethics, and practical application of a variety of disciplines to pave the way for a more sustainable future.BiologyChemistryEcosystem Science & StewardshipEnvironmental ScienceEnvironmental StudiesGeographic Information SystemsMathematicsPhysicsSustainability Studies“The [Sustainability Studies] program is very experiential, very hands-on, so you don’t have to wait until you graduate before you put what you learn to use.” Julia Farwell / Sustainability StudiesELEVATE YOUR FUTURE / 13

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^ Pending AccreditationNot all programs are available at every CMC location. View the full list with locations at of Arts (BA)• Education• Human Services• Sustainability StudiesBachelor of Applied Science (BAS)• Integrated Media• Leadership & Management• Accounting: Bookkeeper• Action Sports Industry• Addiction Studies• Anthropology• Art History• Associate of Arts• Associate of Science• Biology• Business• Chemistry• Communication• Criminal Justice• Culinary Arts• Culinary & Restaurant Management• Dental Hygiene^• Digital Media• Early Childhood Education• Early Childhood Teacher Education• Economics• Ecosystem Science & Stewardship• Elementary Teacher Education• English• Environmental Science• Environmental Studies• Fire Science Technology• Graphic Design• Health Science• History• Hospitality Management• Information Technology Specialist• Mathematics• Medical Assistant• Outdoor Education• Outdoor Recreation Leadership• Paralegal• Paramedic• Philosophy• Physics• Political Science• Professional Photography• Psychology• Ski & Snowboard Business• Ski Area Operations• Social Work• Sociology• Spanish• Studio Art• Veterinary TechnologyASSOCIATE DEGREESBACHELOR’S DEGREESBachelor of Science (BS)• Business Administration• Ecosystem Science & Stewardship• NursingPost-Baccalaureate Certicates• ElementaryEducationAlternativeCertication• SecondaryEducationAlternativeCerticationWHAT DO YOU WANT TO STUDY?

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• A+ Computer Technician• Accounting: Bookkeeper• Action Sports, Action Sports Media, Action Sports Technician• Avalanche Science• Bakery Arts• Basic Culinary Skills• Basic Welding & Cutting• CertiedAddictionSpecialist,Technician• CiscoCertiedNetworkAssociate• Colorado Law Enforcement Training Academy• Computer Science• Creative Arts• Culinary Management• Cybersecurity• Digital Marketing• Digital Production• Early Childhood Education: Teacher, Assistant Teacher, Director• Emergency Medical Technician: Basic, Advanced• Fire Academy I• Fire Science: Driver Operator• Fly Fishing Guide• Foundations of Geographic Information Systems• Geographic Information Systems• Graphic Technology• Hospitality Operations• Medical Assistant• Medical Billing & Coding• Network+• Nurse Aide• Outdoor Soft Goods Manufacturing I• Paralegal• Paramedic• Permaculture Design• Pharmacy Technician• Phlebotomy• Pipe Welding• Production Cook I & II• Real Estate• Restaurant Management• Rope Rescue Technician• Server+ • Ski & Snowboard Business• Ski & Snowboard Guide: Level 1• Ski & Snowboard Retail & Repair Shop Technician I• Ski & Snowboard Shop Manager• Ski Area Operations: Ropeway Technician-Electrical, Mechanical• Ski Area Operations: Slopes & Trails Maintenance I & II• Ski Patrol Operations• SnowSports Industries America (SIA)• Spa Management• SpanishProciency:Comprehensive,Conversational• Sustainability Leadership• Theatre & Event Production: Basics, Advanced• Web Technology• Welding Design & Fabrication• Wilderness Emergency Medical Services• Wilderness Medical ProfessionalCERTIFICATESELEVATE YOUR FUTURE / 15Certicatescantypicallybecompletedinlessthanayearwhenattendingfulltime.

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En Colorado Mountain College creemos que la educación es la llave para que tú y tu familia tengan un mejor futuro. El ir a la universidad no tiene que ser un sacricio, nuestro objetivo es apoyarte en tu viaje hacia el éxito académico, personal y profesional. Estamos comprometidos a ayudarte a pagar la universidad, para que no tengas una deuda de por vida. ¡ Aquí tu eres bienvenido! Aquí, puedes elevar tú futuro.Padres, ¿a qué jugaban sus hijos a ser o hacer cuando crecieran? ¿Recuerda sus sueños? ¡Todavía los pueden lograr!Ayúdenos a abrirles el camino a un mejor futuro a sus estudiantes, apoyándolos a inscribirse a Colorado Mountain College. Tenga la seguridad de que tendrá los recursos, apoyo y herramientas que necesita para que su estudiante se gradué. Incluyendo asistencia para aplicar por becas y programas para pagar los gastos de la universidad. ¡Anime a su estudiante a ir a la universidad y lograr sus sueños! Aquí, si pueden elevar su futuro. ELEVANDO ELFUTURODE LAS FAMILIAS

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ELEVA TU FUTURO / 17LA UNIVERSIDAD ES PARA TODOS¡Trabajos mejor remunerados, trabajos destacados y futuros sobresalientes! Eso es lo que se puede lograr al tener un título universitario. En Colorado Mountain College un título universitario no es signicado de una deuda de por vida. Colorado Mountain College no es la única opción, ¡es la mejor opción! Jonathan Espinoza and Nancy Espinosa“Mi hermano y yo encontramos nuestra vocación en los negocios y pudimos apoyarnos mutuamente”, dijo Nancy, “y CMC ofreció tutoría y seminarios que también me ayudaron”. Jonathan también sintió el apoyo del campus. “Todos los maestros son educadores brillantes que hicieron que el aprendizaje fuera divertido”, dijo. Ellos “siempre fueron rápidos para ayudar cada vez que estaba batallando con algo.” Aurelio RubioDespués de obtener la certicación en la academia de capacitación para el cumplimiento de la ley de Colorado en el campus de Spring Valley de CMC, Aurelio obtuvo un título de asociado en justicia penal en CMC Rie. Aurelio también es un participante activo en el grupo de veteranos de Common Grounds en el campus de Rie.

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AYUDA A PAGAR LA UNIVERSIDADComparar matrícula y tarifas en ColoradoMatrícula y tarifas por un año (30 horas de crédito). Fuente: CDHE Tuition and Fees Report, Fiscal Year 2022-2023Dentro del distrito de CMCCMC en el estadoColorado Mesa UniversityColorado State University $12,492Western Colorado University $10,813$9,962$6,050$3,100University of Colorado Boulder $13,10618 / ELEVA TU FUTURO“¡45 mil dólares! Eso nos ahorramos sin saber. Todo gracias a que mi hija sin pensar decidiera inscribirse en Colorado Mountain College al entrar a la preparatoria (high school). Es verdad que ella tenía muy buenas calicaciones, pero al escuchar de todos los programas y benecios que ofrece nuestra universidad local, incluso para los que no tienen las mejores calicaciones, lo hizo.” Crystal Mariscal

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¿CÓMO COMENZAR? Todo comienza con la solicitud gratuita de ayuda federal para estudiantes (FAFSA por sus siglas en inglés) o con la solicitud de ayuda nanciera estatal de Colorado (CASFA por sus siglas en inglés) Completar la FAFSA o CASFA, según su elegibilidad, es el primer paso. Es posible que se sorprenda de la cantidad de ayuda nanciera disponible para usted o su estudiante (que no necesita pagar de regreso). La ayuda nanciera no solo cubre la matrícula: se puede usar para vivienda, libros, estudios en el extranjero y otros costos relacionados con la universidad. 796 becas de la Fundación CMC (más de $1.3 millones) fueron otorgadas a estudiantes en 2022-2023 Clasicado por US News & World Report como uno de los que tienen una de las deudas estudiantiles más bajas del país (Regional Colleges West, 2022-2023)Costos anuales aproximados para estudiantes del distritoCosto promedio de asistencia en CMC suponiendo que un estudiante este tomando 30 horas de crédito en dos semestres.Matrícula $3,000Tarifa por el uso de tecnología de uso de tecnología $100Libros, materiales para el curso, equipo $840Transporte $1,666Promedio de la tarifa del préstamo (solo para los que pidierón prestamo) $48Vivir en el campus Alojamiento en dormitorio Comida en el campus Tarifa por el uso de tecnología del dormitorio $6,400$5,720$200Vivir fuera del campusAlojamiento y comida fuera del campus (un aproximado) $14,679Costo promedio por estudiante del distrito que vive en el campus $17,974Costo promedio por esdutiante del distrito que vive fuera del campus $20,333Pregúntenos cualquier duda. Responderemos en español.ELEVA TU FUTURO / 19 Únase a nuestra comunidad en Facebook Colorado Mountain College en Español Whatsapp: (970) 291-0316

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Haunted Hills, Colorado Cup, Leadville Loppet races hosted by the CMC Cross Country Team Student and faculty celebratory ski down Dutch Henry Hill during commencement Steamboat Screamboat haunted house hosted by the CMC Sky Club Casino night20 / ELEVATE YOUR FUTURE Annual collegewide Sustainability & Ecosystem Conference Late night nals breakfast where faculty feed you Hot springs nights Students versus staff outdoor gamesStudent Life & Campus TraditionsNo matter which campus you attend, each offers a different avor of Colorado with their own unique campus events and traditions.STUDY HARDPLAY HARD“The close-knit community of CMC and the friends that I have made along the way will be something that sticks with me for a lifetime.” Kate Brocato / Sustainability Studies

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Student Activities & ClubsFrequent activities on campus mean there are lots of ways to get involved by taking leadership roles, taking trips with new friends, and making a difference locally. Student clubs, the Student Activities Council, and the Student Government Association keep things interesting. Some current clubs include beekeeping, sustainability, y shing, LGBTQIA+, climbing, photography, and more.GET INVOLVEDCMC Athletic Teams Cross Country Team Cycling Club Ski

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22 / ELEVATE YOUR FUTURETake Care of Yourself Mentally and PhysicallyWe want to help you thrive at CMC. Everyone struggles at some point during their college career, whether it’s with mental health, academic barriers, or work/life balance. Resources are available to help you feel condent and supported throughout the year. Access, Inclusion, and Disability Services Career preparation Free subject-specic tutoring (online and in person) Personalized advising and counseling Student success workshops TRIO Student Support Services for low-income, rst-generation, or students with disabilitiesC O L ORAD OC O L ORAD O“When I was diagnosed with perceptual communication disorder it destroyed my condence in my academic ability. Thankfully, the tutors at CMC helped instill condence in me and my ability to grasp concepts that I had previously found perplexing or impossible.” Mia BeyerYES, YOU CAN DO THIS

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Alee DorantesAlejandra “Alee” Dorantes earned a Bachelor of Arts in Education and accepted a teaching position with Dillon Valley Elementary, where she will be a rst-grade Spanish teacher. As a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program recipient and student, Alee said that CMC offered both an affordable and welcoming environment to complete her education, especially with the uncertainties she’s confronted. “I like to tell students that it’s OK to have struggles, we all have them,” she said. “I had taken biology and nursing classes at two different schools, but I couldn’t afford to nish school. CMC allowed me to take my time and do stuff at my own pace.” Rory JohnsonWorking while taking classes, Rory graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability Studies without having to take on any debt. He landed a job with Marble Distilling helping to enhance their sustainability efforts. After guiding the installation of a new water reclamation system, he helped the distillery begin to save over four million gallons of water per year. “Water has been an issue my entire life. If I can make a difference in even one area, that would be pretty cool.” Madeline PierceWhile enrolled at CMC Leadville studying Ski Area Operations, Madeline was hired to work on the snowmaking crew at Copper Mountain Ski Resort. “Lots of people train on the job for this kind of work. But getting a degree in Ski Area Operations gives me a professional advantage for making this a career.”In 2021, Madeline was awarded Colorado Ski Country’s Double Diamond Snowmaker of the Year.

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24 / ELEVATE YOUR FUTUREUNCOMMON CLASSROOMSSome of the best life lessons happen in unexpected places. Pursuing internships, eld work, or international study abroad opportunities provides enriching experiences that will stay with you for a lifetime.24 / ELEVATE YOUR FUTURE

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$12,492$10,813$9,962$6,050$3,100$13,106Let’s Look at All of Your OptionsNavigating college expenses can be challenging. We’re here to help you nd a path that gets you to where you want to go. And we’re committed to empowering you with access to quality education that doesn’t turn into a lifelong burden. Tuition and Fees Comparison in ColoradoTuition and fees for one year (30 credit hours). Source: CDHE Tuition and Fees Report, Fiscal Year 2022-2023$1.3million in CMC Foundation scholarships awarded in 2022-2023$6,800average nancial aid award packageRanked as having some of theLOWESTstudent debt in the country by US News & World Report(Regional Colleges West, 2022-2023)26 / ELEVATE YOUR FUTURECMC In DistrictCMC In StateColorado Mesa UniversityColorado State UniversityWestern Colorado UniversityUniversity of Colorado BoulderPAYING FOR COLLEGE

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GET STARTED!It all starts with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or Colorado Application for State Financial Aid (CASFA). Filling out the FAFSA or CASFA, depending on your eligibility, is the rst step to maximizing your ability to take on less student debt. You may be surprised at how much nancial aid is available to you (that doesn’t need to be paid back). Financial aid doesn’t just cover tuition—it can be used for housing, books, study abroad, and other college-related expenses.Annual Estimated Costs for In-District StudentsAverage cost of attendance at CMC assuming a student takes 30 credit hours in two semesters.Tuition $3,000Technology usage fee $100Estimated books, course materials, supplies, equipment $840Transportation $1,666Loan fee estimate (borrowers only) $48On-Campus Living Residence hall housingFood on campusResidence hall technology usage fee$6,400$5,720$200Off-Campus Living Housing and food off campus (estimate) $14,679On campus estimated total for in-district student living $17,974Off campus estimated total for in-district student living $20,333ELEVATE YOUR FUTURE / 27

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Chat With UsAsk us anything! We want you to feel prepared to take on your academic adventure.Schedule a VisitExperience the vibe on campus by signing up for a visit day or scheduling a personal tour.Apply for AdmissionComplete the CMC admissionapplication online. It’s free andonly takes 20 minutes. No essays ortest scores required! You can applyanytime throughout the year.Get Excited!The most important step. Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, or TikTok and share your stoke.#ColoradoMountainCollege (800) 621-8559 ColoradoMtn.edu28 / ELEVATE YOUR FUTUREYOUR NEXT STEPS

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Central Admissions802 Grand AveGlenwood Springs, CO 81601This is just the beginning of your journey. What happens next is up to you!Rolling Admissions—apply anytime! / Priority scholarship deadline: March 1