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Moving to Colorado

So I am moving to Colorado in January for school. I am planning on going to Front Range Community College and then transfer to CU-Boulder. But i was wondering which front range campus I should go to. My two choices are Westminster or the one in Longmont. I am also open to suggestions.

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Assuming you want the closest drive to the ski hills, Westminster.
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You might want to check out Colorado Mountain College campuses around the area. The residential campuses are Steamboat Springs, Leadville, and Glenwood Springs and you also qualify your credits for a transfer to a bigger school, such as CU-Boulder. It always depends on what you want to do, CMC offers some really cool courses like Ski & Snowboard Business, and stuff like that but depends on what you want. Isn't Westminster in Utah?
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You might want to check out Colorado Mountain College campuses around the area. The residential campuses are Steamboat Springs, Leadville, and Glenwood Springs and you also qualify your credits for a transfer to a bigger school, such as CU-Boulder. It always depends on what you want to do, CMC offers some really cool courses like Ski & Snowboard Business, and stuff like that but depends on what you want. Isn't Westminster in Utah?
Ok thanks. I am going to look into that right now. I do want to get a business major and then I plan on Law school at CU-Boulder.
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Assuming you want the closest drive to the ski hills, Westminster.
How close is close?
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Well your still going to be at the 90 minute to 2 hour mark. But depending on where you are in Longmont, you could be well over 2 hours to the ski hills. Westminster is probably a quicker drive to the ski areas than from Boulder too.
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Ok so I choose Colorado Mountain College in Breckenridge. I should be there some time towards the end of December. This should be fun.
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Smart move.

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Have fun, should be a good time there. Watch your drug vices if you have any. CMC has a zero tolerance policy towards illicit drugs, including MJ. My friends son got the boot from CMC Steamboat because of his partaking of the green. Then again, he wasn't very smart about it either. Sharp like a marble that one...
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Awesome, good luck and I'm jealous too, I've driven by that school before, I'm sure you know but that's not a residential campus Im pretty sure. Like I said before steamboat, glenwood, and leadville are residential. Have Fun!
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