Welcome to CMU Montrose

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The Colorado Mesa University Montrose Campus is proud to present Dan Ritchie as the 2018 keynote speaker.  Please join us to learn how Mr. Ritchie turned his vision into reality as he transformed Westinghouse Broadcasting and the University of Denver.

Brought to you by Title Sponsor: Delta Montrose Electric Association

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Thursday, April 5, 2018

Montrose E-Day Sponsorship and Tickets


Current Students and New Students Planning to Attend in the Spring

Registration for Fall classes begins the week of March 26.  Fall classes start August 20.  The full class schedule will be posted below mid-March.

If you are a new student, contact the Montrose campus admissions staff to learn about the next steps you need to take.  Call (970) 249-7009 or visit us in the Branscome Center.

Students Over the Age of 60

You are eligible to participate in the CMU Golden Scholars program, which enables you to take courses at a discounted price without the requirement of earning a grade.  For more information, visit the Golden Scholars program web page.

Future Students

At CMU Montrose, you have access to the resources and degree programs of western Colorado’s largest university with 74 majors and 46 minors.  If you plan to pursue a bachelor’s degree, you can complete the first two years of coursework at CMU Montrose before completing your degree at CMU Grand Junction.   If you are interested in a bachelor’s degree in nursing or teacher education, you can complete all the coursework in Montrose.  Associate degrees and certificate programs are also available.

Starting your college education at CMU Montrose has many advantages:

  • If you live within driving distance, staying local makes for an easier transition to college and is less expensive than moving away to attend college. 
  • With class sizes below 30 students, you will receive personal attention from your instructors.
  • Faculty members are seasoned professionals and hold advanced degrees. 
  • Staff are friendly and easy to access.  They will get to know you by name and assist you with degree planning and receiving financial aid.
  • Montrose is a safe community and large enough to keep you interested and small enough to be friendly.  Its climate is mild compared to other Colorado communities.
  • When you need a break, Montrose is close to the mountains and Ouray, Telluride and Ridgway.


Contact Information

Branscome Center

245 South Cascade Avenue
Montrose, CO



Office Hours

Monday-Thursday: 8 am-7 pm

Friday: 8 am-5 pm

 Computer Lab Hours

Monday-Thursday: 7 am-9 pm

Friday: 8 am-5 pm

Sunday: 1 pm-5 pm


Additional Information

Tutorial Learning Center

Montrose Campus Emergency Response Guide

 Course Information

Spring 2018

Class Schedule


Classes start January 16.

For more information about enrolling:


Important Dates

View semester dates,

add/drop/withdrawal deadlines


Montrose Finals Schedule 

Campus Activities



Alpine Bank Scholarship 

Altrusa International, Inc.

Connie McIntire Endowment

College Opportunity Scholarship Initiative

Doyle Burns Endowment

Kit Faragher Foundation Scholarship

Montrose Rotary Club Vocational Scholarship 

Workman Loss Scholarship


Strategic Plan