More than $250,000 in college scholarships from the Front Range Community College Foundation are available to FRCC students, and it’s time to start work on your scholarship package application. Scholarship applications for the 2012-2013 academic year will be accepted until 3 p.m. Thursday, March 1, 2012. The application is made online. It includes two letters
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Theater Students at FRCC Campus in Fort Collins Qualify for Kennedy Center College Scholarship Auditions
Five students at Front Range Community College in Fort Collins have been nominated to participate in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) Irene Ryan Scholarship Auditions. The students: Jeremy McReynolds and Kaila Moyers, who acted in “The Royal Wedding of OZ,” the July 2011 presentation of the Front Range Family Theatre Project; and
Christine Thorn of Loveland, a ceramics student at Front Range Community College, has an ensemble of four raku ceramic pots in the annual international exhibition, “Line Into Shapes,” at the Arts Center of Estes Park. FRCC offers a broad range of art, photography, and multimedia classes. — See all Front Range Community College Press Releases.
Paul F. Morris, an art instructor at the Front Range Community College campus in Fort Collins, received an honorable mention award at the 9th International Ceramics Festival and Competition, Mino in Tajimi City, Gifu Prefecture, Japan. The two works he sent for this festival and competition have been acquired for the permanent collection of the
Patricia Graham, Nurse Aide Program director at the Boulder County Campus, has a career path that started out like many Front Range students. “I never thought I would be a teacher,” Patricia says, “In fact, I never thought I would go to college. I am a first-generation college graduate.
In the 43-year history of Front Range Community College, it is thought that no honorary degrees have been awarded. Until Wednesday. And the recipient was a good one. A former FRCC student. Christopher A. Anderson attended FRCC in 2000 and 2001. In 2005 he enlisted in the Navy. He was the “honor graduate” of his
I’ll be at Front Range’s Boulder County Campus at 4 today for a ribbon cutting that will mark the completion of a $1.98 million renovation intended to support student success and sustained enrollment growth. I asked our Institutional Research office for some enrollment reports to find out just how much enrollment has grown. Between fall
Hundreds of children — and many adults — enjoyed Halloween carnivals at the Westminster and Larimer campuses of Front Range. Sandra Bergman and I wanted to share some photos of the events. Our thanks to the student organizations that work hard to provide these annual events for students and community residents alike. Halloween Carnival in