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CMC Glenwood Center hosts open house to show off new features

The Colorado Mountain College in Glenwood Springs in 2022.

The Colorado Mountain College Glenwood Center is hosting an open house on Wednesday to announce updates and changes, which include a new student center at the Blake Avenue location, according to a CMC news release.

The space was recently refreshed, so it could better serve the wide range of changing needs of the people who use it, Laura Hardman, the Glenwood Center’s site administrator, said in the release.  

The learning-lab area has been renovated to be a more comfortable study environment for individual students or group study sessions. The room now has comfortable couches, added chairs, floor lamps, plants, and even a Keurig machine, the release states. The lab was converted after the pandemic, after which it saw less use. 



Counseling offices, an adjunct faculty office, and space for tutoring are centralized within the student center, the release also states.

CMC counselor Cory Rikard said the open house will also be a good time to learn about different CMC programs, check out the other parts of the building, take part in a raffle, pick up college swag, and enjoy some snacks and coffee. 



It will be a drop-in event, so people are encouraged to come when they can. 

If you go…

What: CMC Glenwood Center Open House

When: 5-7:30 p.m. Wednesday

Where: Colorado Mountain College Glenwood Center, 1402 Blake Ave.


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