Colorado Mountain Culinary Institute at Keystone & Vail/Eagle Valley
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Established
1993
Program Description
3-yr (66-sem-cr) program: AAS in Culinary Arts & ACF Certificate of Apprenticeship; 2-yr accelerated program at Vail campus
Group Size or S:T Ratio
6-15:1
Faculty
Keystone: Director is Chef Kevin Clarke, CEC; Vail: Director is Todd Rymer, CEC. Each program has 6-10 part-time instructors, all with industry experience.
Costs
Annual tuition in-district $43/credit, in-state $72/credit, out-of-state $231/credit. $850 initial program fee. Housing $350-$550/mo.
U.S. Locations
Keystone & Vail, Colorado
Months
Year round
Contact
Deb Cutter
Enrollment Specialist
Colorado Mountain Culinary Institute
Admissions, 831 Grand Avenue
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
United States
Phone: 800-621-8559
Fax: 970-947-8324
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