Copper Mountain College Conducts Online Community Survey to Gather Feedback from the Community. The Public is Invited to Participate.

    May 17, 2011

    It’s report card time for Copper Mountain College. The College is currently conducting a short online survey as part of its outreach efforts to determine the community’s needs and wants and how CMC is fulfilling that role.  “We truly want the community's input since CMC is a public college dedicated to serving the Morongo Basin. We want people to understand this is something we are interested in, and it is not just an accreditation requirement," notes Dr. Roger Wagner, Superintendent/ President of Copper Mountain College. “Our goal is to encourage people to complete the survey, which will help us give them the college they want to have,” Wagner adds. The public is encouraged to participate in the survey by logging onto and locating the survey link under announcements.

    The survey will remain on CMC’s website for three weeks for public participation.  Questions are all multiple choice which can be answered by checking the appropriate box ranging from: Agree, Agree Somewhat, Neither Agree or Disagree, Disagree Somewhat, Disagree or Not Applicable.  At the end of the survey is a place for comments. CMC welcomes all thoughts people have and hope they will take advantage of this opportunity.

    About Copper Mountain College
    Recognized by President Reagan in 1984 as the "Community College Built by the Community," Copper Mountain College’s initial construction was built entirely by local, private funds solicited by the Foundation, then known as the Friends of CMC, and now known as the Copper Mountain College Foundation

    Copper Mountain College is a two-year community college. Current enrollment is in excess of 2000 students. Located in Joshua Tree within the Morongo Basin, CMC serves the rural, gateway communities adjacent to Joshua Tree National Park in the high desert. Contact CMC at 760-366-3791 or