Your Personal Enrichment with a Community Education Class at CMC

Copper Mountain College provides the Morongo Basin with Community Education classes which are designed for students whose primary motive for activity and learning is personal enrichment. Community Education classes do not require any assessment testing and do not generate units or transcripts. These classes can inspire, challenge, and empower you. Copper Mountain College also offers, […]

You Are Here – Now What?

You are here at Copper Mountain College, so how can you be successful? Here are some tips: Identify sources: Know the campus resources that are available to you before you need them. Free tutoring in the Learning Resource Center. Library services via on campus and online are available. Library workshops to help you with your […]

Copper Mountain Closed for Winter Break

Copper Mountain College will be closed for Winter Break Friday, December 23, 2016 through Monday, January 2, 2017.  Please be aware services such as the Online Help Desk and waitlist notifications will not be operating during the break. Online registration will continue through CMC’s Winter Break via the MyCMC Portal with your student ID.  New […]

The Winner of the Battle of the BOSSES is?

Before the Battle of the Bell football game, the stands swelled with excitement as several local Bosses including Morongo Unified Superintendent, Tom Baumgarten; Twentynine Palms High School Principal Justin Monical; Yucca Valley High School Vice-Principal, Mike Ruggerio; Yucca Valley Town Manager, Curtis Yakimow; Twentynine Palms City Manager, Frank Luckino; and Joshua Tree National Park Superintendent, […]