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The Library is open to CMC students, staff, faculty and the public.
Last Updated: Mar 31, 2014 URL: Print Website RSS Updates

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Phone Number 719-486-4249 (for all inquiries)

Timberline Campus Library
901 S. US Hwy. 24
Leadville, CO  80461



Sarah Smith

Library Director

Loretta Vigil
Library Clerk

Chris Bockstiegel
Library Aide (Part-Time)

Seth Haan
Library Aide (Part-Time)



This form (.docx) is only for use by CHAFFEE and LAKE COUNTY library card applicants, including CMC students, staff, and faculty at those locations.


Collection Development Policies (CMC in Leadville Library only)


What's Happening!


Location: Pinnacle 325 – Learning Lab

Same workshop offered twice daily: 9-10am and 12-1pm (except where noted)

Students who RSVP at least 48 hours prior will be fed. ** RSVP at the Library’s service desk or [with the date and time that you will be attending]. **

          Feb. 28: Citing Sources w/MLA & APA 

·         Mar. 16 (Sunday night, 7-8p) + Mar. 28: Virtual/Library Research

·         Apr. 11 + Apr. 18: Citing Sources w/MLA & APA Reprise


  • Thursday, Mar 6, 2014: Carol Bellhouse Reading
    12-1pm; LOCAL AUTHOR SERIES EVENT --Leadville resident and prolific author, Carol Bellhouse, reads from her works and discusses the writing process. Food and beverage is provided.
  • Monday, Mar 17, 2014: Laurel McHargue Reading
    From 12 - 1 pm. LOCAL AUTHOR SERIES EVENT: Leadville author Laurel McHargue will read from her first published novel, "Miss?" Food & beverage provided.
  • Friday, Apr 4, 2014: Art Reception in Pinnacle Library & Lounge


    Meet artists Gary Brown and Sandra Halverstadt and enjoy their beautiful works of art. Refreshments will be served.
  • Monday, Apr 14, 2014: OPEN MIC for National Library Week
    From 12-1:30p, stop by for the library's annual OPEN MIC celebration of National Library Week. Bring it - as in something to share (song, music, poetry, your special talent). Food & beverage will be served.
  • Wednesday, Apr 16, 2014: Book Givers' Reception for World Book Night
    Are you a Book Giver for World Book Night? Please come to this reception from


    to pick up the copies of your chosen book. Mingle with other Book Givers and get excited about giving your books away the week of April 23rd!

New Arrivals


Regular Hours, Fall-Spring, 2013-14

Monday-Thursday 8:00am-9:00pm
Friday 8:00am-5:00pm
Saturday 1:00-5:00pm
Sunday 1:00-8:00pm

Exceptions to the Regular Schedule for Spring 2014


Saturday, March 08 & Sunday, March 09 – CLOSED

Monday-Thursday, March 10-13 – OPEN from 9am to 6pm

Friday -Sunday, March 14-16 – CLOSED


Extended hours for END of semester Research & EXAMS

Monday, April 21-Wednesday, April 23 – 8am to 10pm

Thursday-Sunday, April 24-April 27 – Regular hours

Monday, April 28-Wednesday, April 30 – 8am to 10pm

Thursday-Friday, May 01-May 02 – Regular hours


Post-Commencement Weekend

Saturday, May 03 & Sunday, May 04 – CLOSED


Check-out Periods

Books 4 weeks
CDs & DVDs
1 week
Periodicals 1 week
TeleWeb Course Tapes Overnight

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Vision, Mission, & Values

The Colorado Mountain College-Leadville Library strives to be more than a place in which our patrons can find answers; the Colorado Mountain College-Leadville Library is a place for fostering a sense of discovery and inquiry.

The Colorado Mountain College-Leadville Library embeds the mission, vision, and values of the College by fostering a welcoming environment that is responsive to our patrons’ needs. The Library is operated by a professional and skilled staff to support the College’s students, staff, and faculty, and is also open to the public. The Colorado Mountain College-Leadville Library facilitates information use and access through its collections, technologies, partnerships, and instructional services.


  • The Library respects the diversity of our users.
  • The development of collections will support our users’ academic goals and life-long learning needs.
  • The Library provides instruction in information ethics, use, access, and evaluation.
  • The Library promotes academic study and personal development by providing an accessible, welcoming, and technologically robust learning environment.
  • The Library supports the environmental, social, and financial well-being of our community by modeling and practicing sustainability.

Officially adopted as of March 16, 2012.


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