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CMU partners with McConnell Math and Science Center

Colorado Mesa University and the John McConnell Math and Science Center will join forces to bring the center to campus in the university's proposed computer science and engineering building on the main campus. "This is a unique opportunity to ...

ourCMU: our university, our students, our opportunity to help

ourCMU is an on-campus giving campaign that encourages faculty and staff to financially support the university programs they most value. The Colorado Mesa University Foundation will formally kick off the campaign at a luncheon on Nov. 17. The ...

Campus from above

Take a bird’s eye view of Colorado Mesa University’s main campus. https://youtu.be/YCkElXfYdJM

Online instructor meets needs of working, nontraditional students

Shauna Acker, DNP, worked as an intensive care unit nurse for 15 years before becoming a certified nurse-midwife. She currently practices at Montrose Memorial Hospital while also teaching online courses for Colorado Mesa University. ...

All about Bob: Meet CMU’s new director of diversity, advocacy and health

Bob Lang is LPC-, LAC-, MAC- and SAP-certified, and all those letters boil down to one thing. “In a nutshell, it means that I’m licensed both at the state and national level as a mental health and substance abuse ...

ourCMU: our university, our students, our opportunity to help

ourCMU is an on-campus giving campaign that encourages faculty and staff to financially support the university programs they most value. The Colorado Mesa University Foundation will formally kick off the campaign at a luncheon on Nov. 17. The ...

Bailey brings unique expertise to state commission on aging

Debra Bailey, head of Colorado Mesa University’s Department of Health Sciences, is the first nurse to serve on the Colorado Department of Health and Human Service’s Commission on Aging. She was appointed in ...

Theatre arts presents “All’s Well That Ends Well”

The Colorado Mesa University Department of Theatre Arts continues its 2015-16 season with one of William Shakespeare’s classic love stories. All’s Well That Ends Well runs Nov. 11–14 at 7:30pm in the Moss Performing ...

Rim Rock Marathon returns with new features

Registration is in full swing for the seventh annual US Bank Rim Rock Marathon on Nov. 7 at 8am. Proceeds from the race go toward scholarships for student-athletes in Colorado Mesa University’s cross country and track and field ...

World champion diver joins swimming and diving coaching staff

When Logan Pearsall left Clarion University, he had plenty of honors to his name. He was a four-time national champion in diving, tied for the most titles in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II men’s diving and ...

Mesa Experimental Theatre season opens with “The Line”

Colorado Mesa University design/theatre technology and acting/directing major Chance Morgan wrote the play he debuts later this month. The Line, which Morgan will also direct, opens up the Mesa Experimental Theatre’s 2015-16 season. It ...

Students dip toes in Denver’s water

Colorado’s Water Plan is a 416-page document detailing the best methods to meet the state’s water needs in the future. Water in Colorado is a contentious topic, and seven Colorado Mesa University students spent a weekend in ...

A word from the president

Homecoming week may be over, but there’s a lot going on at Colorado Mesa University, especially in the classroom. This is the point in the semester — between midterms and finals — that a student’s academic ...

All about Bob: Meet CMU’s new director of diversity, advocacy and health

Bob Lang is LPC-, LAC-, MAC- and SAP-certified, and all those letters boil down to one thing. “In a nutshell, it means that I’m licensed both at the state and national level as a mental health and substance abuse ...

Ski swap and film fundraiser returns to CMU

Colorado Mesa University is helping winter sport enthusiasts get ready for the season with back-to-back events over two weekends in November. Every year, Powderhorn National Ski Patrol (NSP) trains to maintain Powderhorn Mountain Resort, where ...

Mav Month continues in downtown Grand Junction

Downtown Grand Junction is celebrating Colorado Mesa University with great deals for students, parents and alumni throughout October. The university kicked off the month with Parents’ Weekend, followed quickly by Homecoming 2015, but ...

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