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ARCHIVE | Month: August 2016

FRCC Student Wins LiveWell Colorado Film Challenge

Sunflower Matzen, a digital media student at Front Range Community College, won the first-place prize in the LiveWell Colorado Film Challenge, a statewide competition for student-produced short films about barriers to healthy living in Colorado. Matzen’s film, titled “My Mom Loves Colorado,” focused on unaffordable and inaccessible food and a mother’s reliance on public transportation […]

FRCC Student Wins $1,000 Scholarship in Kitchen Design Competition

Suzy Morris, an Interior Design student at Front Range Community College, has earned a $1,000 scholarship in the National Kitchen & Bath Association Charette Design Competition. The competition recognizes students who demonstrate advanced skill in kitchen design by planning a safe, functional kitchen within a three-hour timeframe. Morris’s design earned an honorable mention in the […]

14 Common College Terms Defined

People warned me coming back to school would be difficult. What they didn’t warn me about was the terminology used in college that sometimes sounded like complete gibberish.  “What on earth are they talking about?!” and “Smile and nod…just act like you belong here” were two of the most common thoughts that ran through my head […]

Health and Wellness Coaching Certificate at FRCC Receives National Approval

The Integrated Health and Wellness Coaching certificate at Front Range Community College has become an Approved Transition Program under the requirements of the National Consortium for Credentialing Health & Wellness Coaches (NCCHWC). Integrative Health and Wellness Coaching is a 30-credit certificate in the Holistic Health Program. Students learn core competencies of the coaching profession, including […]

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