CNCC The True Foundation for A Better Life
Colorado Northwestern Community College has been making substantial strides to continually provide the best education possible to students, present and future. The upcoming Fall 2016 semester will be one for the books; now with 21 degrees offered across the Craig and Rangely campuses, CNCC has brought to life a vast array of studies that offer something for everyone, whether their interests lie in healthcare, equine studies, outdoor recreation, or even arts and sciences.
CNCC exists to make students’ lives impactful by providing a personal and costeffective avenue for education and both interpersonal and intrapersonal growth. Both potential and current students can channel their interests and goals into programs that will redefine theirlives and build a foundation for multiple opportunities in their future, whether that be simply networking, a job, or going on to continue their education at a larger institution. As the term “community college” implies, a student can enroll and begin working towards a degree or certificate with the assurance that their community – co-workers, friends, and family alike – stands behind their commitment and will support them along the way. CNCC has also established several leadership and scholarship opportunities, as well as resources for student testing and tutoring, to place a post-secondary education and, ultimately, a better life within a student’s grasp.
At CNCC, students “feel like they are part of something really great. They aren’t just numbers to us.” The impact that enrolling at CNCC can have on your life is immeasurable and will undoubtedly continue for many years to follow. With so many great things happening at CNCC, there is no better time to enroll than today. No one could say it better than Colorado Northwestern themselves, however, by stating “Your Education Starts Here.”
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