CMC Steamboat Springs Tour #dosomethingMAJOR

Welcome to the self-guided Colorado Mountain College Steamboat Springs campus tour! This page contains a detailed look inside many of the buildings on campus.

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STOP #1 - Bear Park Permaculture Center

Bear Park is home to our state-of-the-art permaculture garden and growing dome. We grow a variety of food and plant products which then gets used by our culinary students, as well as in our campus dining hall.

Bear Park also functions as an outdoor lab, hosting Permaculture and Sustainability courses.

STOP #2 - Academic Center

The Academic Center serves as our main building on campus, hosting faculty and staff offices as well as the dining hall, campus bookstore, and campus cafe.

Students can grab a coffee or snack with friends while enjoying incredible views of Mt. Werner and downtown Steamboat.

This building is also home to our Wellness Center, which allows students to access mental and physical health professionals right here on campus!

Students in the Nursing, Ski & Snowboard Business, Hospitality Management, Studio Art programs will engage in hands-on learning in our lab facilities and smart classrooms.

Everyone loves the views, inside or outside, from the dining hall!

STOP #3 - Hill Residence Hall

Life in Hill Hall is exciting! Students who live on campus are able to experience a traditional college environment, all within a few minutes’ walk to class.

Students can visit one of our study lounges for a quiet place to study or join friends in our common area to make a meal and play games.

Our residents are active parts of both the Steamboat Springs and CMC communities, engaging in activities both on-campus and in the town, including the local hot springs, trivia nights, and rail jams in town!

STOP #4 - Disc golf and nature trail

The view of the Steamboat Ski Resort from behind the Academic Center

STOP #5 - Ball Observatory

The Ball Observatory contains a fully computerized 11” Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope on a computer-controlled mount system that allows students and community members to explore, both in-person and remotely, the beautiful dark skies of Steamboat and as an essential experiential learning component of our Astronomy & Physics classes.

We have an active student Sky Club on campus that uses the observatory regularly, and we host many public events there throughout the year, including monthly star parties that are open to the public.

STOP #6 - Bristol Hall

Bristol Hall is home to many student classrooms, the gymnasium, and other resources.

Students can visit the Learning Lab and access free tutoring and writing support in a comfortable and inclusive environment.

The library is a great place to do homework or conduct research with friendly staff to assist you.

Members of the Student Government Association

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