How Colorado Colleges Develop Emergency PlansColorado's colleges all have plans for emergencies, including shootings. Community colleges work with the state system that oversees them, while universities have more autonomy over their individual plans. All work with law enforcement to develop these plans.
Colorado Mountain College Alumni Canoe Entirety Of North AmericaA group of six men are embarking on an adventure for the sake of adventure as they paddle across the continent of North America.
Body Of Missing Student Found 40 Yards From CampusThe body of a missing student was found just 40 yards from the college campus he had vanished from last week.
Search Continues For College Student Who Vanished Without A TraceThe search continues for a college student who vanished without a trace nearly a week ago.
Colorado Mountain College Student Goes Missing In LeadvilleA search is in progress for a missing student from Colorado Mountain College.
Electric Cars Buzz Mountains To Tout Tourism UseElectric-car advocates have staged a rally on scenic western Colorado highways to show the technology is practical for mountain travel and sightseeing.
Colorado Mountain College Sees Immigrant BoostColorado Mountain College in western Colorado is seeing a large number of students taking advantage of in-state tuition rates for immigrants without legal residence.
Colorado Mountain College Grants New DegreesThe Colorado Mountain College system has graduated its first class of bachelor's degree candidates.
Colorado Mountain College President ResignsTrustees on Thursday accepted Stan Jensen's resignation and approved a $500,000 severance package funded by a reserve account.
Colorado Mountain College Investigates Discrimination ComplaintColorado Mountain College officials say they expect to complete their investigation into a discrimination complaint by mid-November.
Student Says She Was Forced To Drop Class After SeizureA junior college is warning a student with epilepsy that her seizures are becoming disruptive and she could be forced to drop classes.
Colorado Mountain College Cuts $10MThe Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees is cutting $10 million from its budget because of reduced revenues.