After a lot of analysis and discussion, FRCC has made the tough decision to close its Brighton Center this June.
In recent days, the world has witnessed the Russian military launch a full-scale invasion into Ukraine. We at FRCC stand with the Ukrainian people.
Our hearts are heavy knowing that some FRCC students and employees lost their homes in the Marshall Fire. Our community will do all we can to support them.
After almost 29 years working at FRCC, Andy Dorsey has announced that he will be retiring as president at the end of June 2022.
FRCC plans to return to in-person learning for fall semester. It has been a year since the beginning of a global pandemic that has changed so much about the way we live our lives. I know that all of us—students, faculty, and staff—have been waiting for a return to life before the pandemic. I am […]
Dear FRCC Community, This is a unique and challenging time in Colorado. We face unprecedented wildfires, rising COVID cases, and the ongoing challenges caused by the pandemic—all during a contentious election season. Take Time to Vote Despite all the challenges, I hope that if you are eligible you will take the time to vote. We […]
Letter to our Colorado Communities: A Statement from the Colorado Department of Higher Education and Colleges and Universities on the U.S. Supreme Court’s DACA Decision A year ago, all of us came together with colleges and universities from across the nation to join an amicus brief in support of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) […]
Dear FRCC Community, I have written to you several times over the last couple of months about COVID-19, and how the college is responding to keep you safe. That has been challenging enough, but this is an even harder message to write. The deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and many more are […]