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ARCHIVE | Month: September 2012

Top Allied Health Jobs in Colorado

When you’re making decisions about choosing a career, either as a new high school graduate or a seasoned worker considering a career change, you want to know which fields are worth the time, money, and effort needed to enter them. The Office of Institutional Research at FRCC recently compiled a research brief detailing the current […]

Make Breakfast a Part of Your Day

September is National Breakfast Month, a good time to remember that eating breakfast is not only good for our health, but also beneficial to academic performance. Although I’m an avid breakfast eater, I tend to favor bountiful and rich breakfast fare, especially on days off and holidays. So, by the time the winter holidays are […]

How to be a Successful Student

Over the last couple of years, I’ve asked several students what habits have made a difference for them, what has made them successful. Here’s what they said. Don’t get behind! This goes without saying, right? It’s also easier said than done. Make it a priority this semester to attend every class meeting (or check in […]

Aromatherapy Certificate Program at FRCC’s Campus in Fort Collins Earns Accreditation

The Aromatherapy Certificate, part of the Holistic Health Program at Front Range Community College’s Larimer Campus, has earned accreditation from the National Association of Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA). Accreditation means the certificate program has met NAHA’s national standards of aromatherapy, based on learning outcomes. FRCC’s Aromatherapy Certificate is an 11.5-credit-hour course of study that includes classes […]

Why is Eating Breakfast so Important?

What are your first thoughts when you wake up in the morning? We often feel more tired than hungry. Most of us would rather spend a few extra minutes sleeping than fixing breakfast. If you choose to skip breakfast, this is the first dilemma; blood-sugar levels are very low as you begin your day of […]

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