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Come hear local journalists discuss how they cover elections, providing tips on how to become better consumers of news about candidates and ballot issues.
After serving in the US Marine Corps, Robert Hajnos was ready to go to college. As a first-generation student, he found support in FRCC’s TRIO program.
FRCC recently completed an expansion of its dental clinic. The project added 10 new dental operating units, preparing to open a new dental hygiene program.
After a tumultuous childhood, Rose Summers is now a prestigious Marshall Scholar, doing a PhD in stem cell biology/medicine at the UK’s Cambridge University.
During the month of February, we honor the achievements of Black Americans and recognize their important role in all aspects of our society. Learn more…
Nick hadn’t found a place to call home until he came to Fort Collins to study forestry at FRCC. A research internship gave him a strong start on a STEM career.
FRCC and Colorado School of Mines are launching a new academy to give FRCC engineering students a direct pathway to earning a bachelor’s degree at Mines.
November 13-19 is National Apprenticeship Week! FRCC is celebrating the incredible growth of its apprenticeship programs over the last five years.
As the only community college in Colorado with an optics program, FRCC will play a pivotal role in developing the state’s quantum tech workforce.
FRCC is now offering a new Bachelor of Applied Science degree that will save students time and money on their way to rewarding careers.
Want to study engineering, but concerned about the cost? FRCC now offers 3 engineering degrees that help students save time & money on their bachelor’s degree.
As FRCC prepares to become a federally designated Hispanic-Serving Institution, let’s talk more about what becoming an HSI might look like for our college.
Get a sneak peek of the new documentary Razing Liberty Square prior to its broadcast premiere—and continue the conversation locally.
On Holocaust Remembrance Day, we remember the victims. As painful as it is to recognize the horrors of the Holocaust, we remember—and promise to never forget.