Guide for relocation to Steamboat Springs, CO

CMC’s new academic and student center, bachelor’s programs driving 40 percent increase in enrollment  

With a slew of recent improvements and new programming as well as fall 2014 applicants up 40 percent from the preceding year, Steamboat Springs’ Colorado Mountain College’s Alpine Campus is quietly becoming one of the top mountain colleges in the Rockies.

“Everything we’ve done makes our campus more collegiate,” Dean of Student Affairs Brian Hoza said. “It augments what we can do for our students and the community.”

The college recently introduced two four-year bachelor’s degrees — a Bachelor of Arts in sustainability studies and a Bachelor of Science in business administration — both offered at its Steamboat campus. In 2014, it approved adding a Bachelor of Science in nursing, a hybrid (mostly distance learning and a small amount in person) degree based at its Glenwood Springs and Breckenridge campuses. Working RNs throughout the CMC service area and beyond can enroll.

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