Registration for fall semester underway but closes Aug. 19

Registration for the fall semester at Front Range Community College is open until 11:59 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 19.

The semester starts Aug. 20, and one of the new student success initiatives at FRCC is to “make the first day count.” Students who are registered before the first day of the semester are more successful than those who register during the first week of classes.

“For students to be successful, we know they need to be in class, ready to engage, and be prepared for learning on day one,” said Kris Binard, associate vice president for enrollment management and student success. “We also want faculty and instructors to be able to spend their time in the classroom teaching instead of signing forms and trying to determine what their class roster will look like in several days.”

Another success initiative is a mandatory new student orientation.

Details about being a student at FRCC are found on the website.

Students who register after the start of the semester will be directed to classes that start Sept. 5 or Sept. 26.


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About Front Range Community College

FRCC offers nearly 100 degree and certificate programs from locations in Boulder County, Larimer County, Westminster, and Brighton, and online. FRCC is a member of the Colorado Community College System.

About the Colorado Community College System

The Colorado Community College System (CCCS) is the state’s largest system of higher education, serving more than 137,000 students annually at 13 colleges and 39 locations across Colorado. CCCS’s open access mission ensures that all Coloradans who aspire to enrich their lives have access to quality higher education opportunities. CCCS students save time and money with affordable tuition and fees, concurrent enrollment and guaranteed transfer to any public university in Colorado. Online courses are available via Colorado Community Colleges Online. CCCS also oversees career and technical programs in its 13 colleges, more than 160 school districts and 6 other post-secondary institutions. By partnering with business and industry, CCCS helps employers meet workforce needs and prepares students for direct entry to their chosen career pathway. The vast majority of CCCS students are Colorado residents and, after graduation, 97% of CCCS students stay in state becoming the workforce that powers the Colorado economy and the heart of its neighborhoods, businesses and communities.

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John Feeley is director of public relations at Front Range Community College.