Yooo just stressin over college shit. I need you homies to tell me if Colorado mountain college is the way to go for 2 years. Smart dude, good gpa, hoping to get into ski/board business then transfer to Boulder. Just wanna get out West and experience the life before it gets real serious. Thanks boyz anything helps!
Don't a lot of the ski business classes not transfer. I dunno that's not what I took when I was there but I thought I heard or saw that somewhere? They have a 4 year program now as well in business and something else
The only real plus to going to one of the cmc's is being close to the mountain. other than that they're in super expensive areas, the male to female ration is like 8:1, mountain towns are really only fun after you're 21 and can go to bars, and if you plan on going to cu after you may as well start there.
"kinda miss my kid, sold it for my vibes ticket and some dose last year hahah. but i still shred on the hand drums like it's my job." -DFAC
Minor threadjack, but it shouldn't be too bad. Does anyone know anything about their Outdoor Rec Leadership program? I'm currently enrolled at a community college in my area knocking out Gen eds and what-not. The ORL program seems pretty cool and like something I would love to get into.