It always seems “finals” and “stress” go hand in hand. Juggling a week full of exams, papers and projects can feel overwhelming, yet there are ways to combat such feelings so you can perform your best as you finish out the semester! Sleep and Eat Right It’s amazing how we tend to treat ourselves the […]
Online classes emphasize different skills and create a different experience for students as compared to classroom-based courses. FRCC offers more than 350 online classes. Take this quiz and see if online classes may work for you.
The sound of the alarm rings at 6 a.m. There are children to feed, schedules to consider, and homework to be turned in before midnight. The laundry is piling up as the memory of the project at work that is due on Friday comes to mind. This is a typical morning of many non-traditional college […]
If you watch 9 News, I am sure you have heard of the 9Health Fair. But did you know that last year 9Health Fairs had 72,000 participants in 140 locations with 16,000 volunteers which donated 3.1 million worth of time and talent? Did you also know that Front Range Community College hosts 2 of those […]
“So, tell me about yourself.” This is often the first question asked in many interviews. Do you know your response? Do you feel overwhelmed with how to begin to answer a question like this? How much do you disclose? If you have ever struggled with how to answer this question, think about coming up with […]
Grace Beal earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the University of Texas and worked for such high-tech giants as AT&T, Wang Laboratories, and NBI. But that was before it was time to be at home to raise three children. “My computer degree was from a long time ago,” she says. True enough, at […]
Victor Duarte, a member of the Nursing Program faculty at the Larimer Campus of Front Range Community College, received the Nightingale Luminary Award for Innovation at the 29th Annual Centennial Nightingale Luminary Awards. Duarte has pioneered efforts to teach using simulators. Simulators are manikins that can be programmed to present to students any number of […]
For 227 former Front Range Community College students, a college degree is within reach, thanks to the implementation this week of a new “reverse transfer” program in Colorado. The 227 students earned at least 15 college-transfer credits at FRCC before transferring to a participating four-year college in Colorado, where they have continued to earn at […]