Community Education

One college many communities

We are changing the way we approach Community Education at CNCC to maintain legacy programs while also becoming more innovative by offering new pathways to:

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  • Job skill building
  • Trades training
  • Higher education
  • Continuing education

And a brighter future for yourself, your family and your community.

CNCC is one college serving many communities.

You will now find all of our programs listed in the catalog with some classes offered in multiple locations. Be sure to check the location before registering. We have also worked to reduce duplication of classes and scheduling conflicts to allow you and your family to take our classes and enjoy those offered elsewhere this summer.  

The 2019 summer course schedule offers exciting options:

  • College for Kids for children kindergarten to fifth-grade
  • Reach Your Peak Summer Camps for middle and high school youth
  • Lifelong Learning and Skill Building programs for young adults, professionals and seniors
  • Free, family fun activities for everyone

Download the 2019 Summer Catalog


Register for Reach Your Peak Summer Camp

A partnership with Western Community College and Colorado Mesa University is allowing CNCC to once again offer Reach Your Peak week-long summer camps to middle and high school students.

Fifth-graders going into sixth-grade in the fall of 2019 are eligible for middle school camps. Eighth-graders going into ninth grade in the fall of 2019 are eligible for high school camps.

Registration for all Reach Your Peak Summer Camps may be done at or in person when paying cash at one of the locations described below.

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From camps to college

Students that successfully complete one Reach Your Peak Summer camp, and at least one concurrent education class at their high school are eligible to apply for a $2,000 scholarship each year for their first two years of college.

How to Register for College for Kids & CNCC Community Education

Registration and payment have been streamlined through our online process.

Or register in person by bringing your form and payment to: 


2801 West 9th Street

Craig CO 81625


500 Kennedy Drive

Rangely CO 81648


345 6th Street

Meeker CO 81641





Register for June programs by Monday, June 3

Register for July programs by Monday, July 1

Register for August programs by Monday, August 5


Classes must have a minimum number of students to run. To avoid class cancellations please register promptly and encourage others to join the class!

Missed the deadline? Give us a call to see if we can find a spot for you.

At CNCC we are enhancing people’s lives by providing accessible, affordable, quality education. If you have ideas for a class you’d like to teach or one that you’d like to take, please contact Director of Community Education. 


Register Now


Get Involved!


Take a class!

Is there something you want to learn? Perhaps there’s a place you’d like to travel? A passion you’d like to explore? A skill you need to acquire?

Education doesn’t have to lead to a degree or require taking on debt to be life changing.

We want to know your not-for-credit educational needs and match them to courses as they become available. Click to take our survey and be added to our email list.


Teach a class!

Do you have a talent, a skill, expertise in a topic? We are seeking adjunct instructors.

Teachers are not born, they develop the gift through training and experience.

Our adjunct faculty are provided opportunities for support, mentoring and guidance they need to grow as well as the freedom to be innovative and bold.  

Learn more by participating in one of our adjunct faculty recruitment days.

Signup for our talent list to allow us to match you to current and future needs as well as keep you in the loop when training and recruitment days are offered in your area.

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We expect to release our fall schedule in August and launch our fall program Sept. 1, 2019.


For more information contact:

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(970) 824-1118

About CNCC

Colorado Northwestern is one college in two Colorado communities. Depending on what you want to study, CNCC has the perfect surroundings and facilities to meet your needs. Founded in 1962 as “Rangely College,” CNCC now serves nearly 1,800 students on two campuses, two service centers and online. Our two main campuses in Craig and Rangely are 90 miles apart in the mountains and canyons of Northwestern Colorado, with two service centers located in Meeker and Oak Creek.

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500 Kennedy Drive • Rangely CO 81648 / 2801 West 9th Street • Craig, CO 81625