Community Education Center

Western Colorado Community College in partnership with Colorado Mesa University supports lifelong learning. We are committed to providing educational opportunities for personal enrichment or professional development. We offer courses in a variety of formats and timeframes to meet your busy schedule

Summer 2018 Courses

Summer 2018 Course Catalog is now available here: Summer 2018 Course Catalog


The Summer 2018 Community Education Center classes are now available for registration. To register, please click on the button below:


Materials Lists for the Art Classes can be found HERE 


Give the Gift of Lifelong Learning!

Pre-paid gift cards are now available to give the gift of life-long learning with non-credit classes to anyone you would like. Call 970-255-2800 for details.


2018 Summer Camps

See 2018 Summer Camp offerings here: 2018 Summer Camps

Summer Camps for High School and Middle School Students are now available for registration! To register, please click on the button below: 



Media Release and Liability Waivers can be found HERE 

Scholarships and financial assistance is available allowing students to experience new career paths and follow their passions. Please call 970-255-2800 to discuss options available. Students who complete one or more summer camps and one or more concurrent courses are eligible for a $2,000 scholarship each year for their first two years of college at WCCC, CMU, CMC, or CNCC. 

Reach Your Peak is a partnership between colleges in northwestern Colorado with the goal of creating excitement about learning which will motivate students towards a bright future and further education. Partners include CMU, CMC, CNCC, and WCCC. The program is also supported by the Northwest Regional Council of El Pomar Foundation. 


CNCC Summer Camps

For more information, contact 970.255.2800, or 


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The CEC offers Community Education classes that are "fee based". They do not receive any state or local tax funds and are completely supported by your tuition. Because of this we are unable to offer any discounts at this time.
If you are interested in developing and teaching a community education course please contact the Community Education Office at 970.255.2800. We reserve the right to cancel any class due to insufficient enrollment. A full refund will be given if this occurs.

Course withdrawal policy:
Notice of withdraw from a scheduled class must be received three business days prior to the first day of class in order to receive a refund. Notice must be given to the Community Education Office at 970.255.2800 or via email