Fall registration under way at CMC
Registration for fall semester classes at Colorado Mountain College is underway. Classes start the week of Aug. 24, and additional classes start throughout the semester.
Schedules for continuing education classes in Glenwood Springs, Spring Valley and Carbondale have been mailed to households. The credit class schedule is available on campus and online at coloradomtn.edu/classes. Nearby CMC locations are 690 Colorado Ave. in Carbondale, 1402 Blake Ave. in Glenwood Springs and 3000 County Road 114 in Spring Valley (south of Glenwood Springs).
Residents of Pitkin County and western Garfield County should have received course schedules in the mail with information about fall classes at the college’s campuses in Aspen and Rifle, respectively. The college also has locations in six other communities.
New students and those who haven’t taken a class during the past three semesters need to first apply to Colorado Mountain College online or in person if they want to take a credit class.
Students who have taken a credit class within the past three semesters and students only interested in continuing education classes may register for classes in person or online, or by phone, fax or email.
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New degree-seeking students are encouraged to see a counselor or advisor on campus before registering for classes.
For more information about programs, classes or registration, visit your local campus or call 970-963-2172 in Carbondale, 970-945-7486 in Glenwood Springs, 970-945-7481 in Spring Valley, 970-625-1871 in Rifle or 970-925-7740 in Aspen.
Information about bachelor’s degrees — including new four-year degrees in elementary education and applied science, which are both offered in the Roaring Fork Valley — is at coloradomtn.edu/4year.
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