RANGELY I CNCC grants administrator Michael Melneck announced last week that the Caring for Colorado Foundation has awarded a $78,661 grant to Colorado Northwestern Community College to improve simulation capacities in the college’s nursing program, which is on the Craig campus.
RANGELY I It’s sign-up time again for College For Kids through Colorado Northwestern Community College, with this year’s schedule offering new courses and discounted rates for multiple classes. Junior Pilots, Junior Rangers and Mad Scientists courses return to the scene this year, with instructors planning to mix the familiar with the new in each of […]
MEEKER I Now is the time to sign up for summer community education classes at Colorado Northwestern Community College in Meeker as classes begin in the next couple of weeks.
RANGELY I The Colorado Northwestern Community College aviation team had a successful mission to Columbus, Ohio, two weeks ago as the team from Rangely finished second in the nation for two-year aviation schools at the National Intercollegiate Flight Association competition.
MEEKER I Now is the time to sign up for summer Community Education classes at Colorado Northwestern Community College in Meeker as classes begin in the next couple of weeks.
A lone deer tries to draw the attention of Russell and Neal George outside the college president’s residence on the Colorado Northwestern Community College campus in Rangely. The deer, which gets some of its meals from a nearby bird feeder, searched for movement behind the sliding glass door for several
RANGELY I Colorado Northwestern Community College will hold its graduation ceremony at 2 p.m. on Saturday in the Colorado Room of the Weiss Building on the Rangely campus.
RANGELY I Colorado Northwestern Community College is one of nine Colorado higher-education institutions to receive a significant boost with the announcement of capital grant awards from the Boettcher Foundation.
RANGELY I The 32nd Annual Rangely Campus Honors Banquet was held April 15 in Colorado Northwestern Community College’s Weiss Colorado Room as students, faculty and staff and family members gathered to celebrate the honors several students received.
RANGELY I It was a great weekend in Rangely for a rodeo as many of the CNCC Spartans had standout successes in the arena, while the entire team, volunteers and community stepped up to welcome the 10 visiting colleges and all of their families to the second annual Spartan Showdown on Friday and Saturday.