Looking to just take a few classes? FRCC has a good number of guest students. Learn about the benefits of being a guest student and how to get started!
A number of bills are currently circulating around the US aimed at regulating how educators talk about racism, sexism and issues of systemic inequality.
As we honor women’s history, it’s important to look at our past—as well as the future. So we spent some time researching the achievements of these pioneers.
FRCC is hosting a public screening of the new Academy Award nominated documentary film Writing With Fire from Emmy Award-winning Independent Lens.
Students in FRCC’s theatre program will perform the very first in-person production of the new award-winning play “14” by playwright and novelist Amy Crider.
After a lot of analysis and discussion, FRCC has made the tough decision to close its Brighton Center this June.
Supporting yourself as an artist takes more than just talent and passion. It takes dedication—and a quality education is a strong foundation too.
FRCC has been working on open ed projects in a wide variety of courses and subjects. These efforts save students money on textbooks—along with other benefits.