Front Range Community College will have a public stargazing from 8 to 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, September 12, and Monday, September 24. The observatory is in the courtyard of the Classroom Building of the Boulder County Campus, 2121 Miller Drive, Longmont. Amateur astronomers are invited to bring their own telescopes to set up in the courtyard.
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Front Range Community College is celebrating 50 years of supporting students with a community celebration at its Westminster campus. The party is free and open to the public, and will include food trucks, free entertainment and fun activities for kids. What: Taste of College A celebration of FRCC’s 50th anniversary! Thursday, September 13 4:00-8:00pm FRCC’s
FREE Hot Air Balloon Rides Front Range Community College’s Westminster campus is celebrating 50 years of supporting students with a variety of events and activities the week of August 27-31. One of the most “uplifting” will be free hot air balloon rides for our students. (See what we did there?) FREE Hot Air Balloon Rides!
For some kids, the end of summer means a last chance to sleep in, kick back and relax. But the Skyline High School students in the P-TECH program are busy learning what it’s like to go to college and get a job. A Workplace Learning Model P-TECH stands for Pathways in Technology Early College High
Students who start the semester on time are more likely to be successful in their classes. Sounds simple, right? But there are stumbling blocks that can get in the way. To avoid those obstacles there are steps that both students and faculty can take to make sure we all start off on the right foot. Five
Summer vacation leaves a lot of teenagers wondering what to do, but boredom is definitely not a problem for the high school students participating in Upward Bound’s Summer Academy at FRCC. About 40 students from Westminster High School are spending their weekdays on the college’s Westminster Campus—having fun while doing project-based learning to prepare for
Front Range Community College has received approval to offer a bachelor’s degree in nursing. The move will help meet a growing need for skilled healthcare providers in Colorado, while also providing students with an affordable route to good jobs in their home state. At its July 12th meeting, the State Board for Community Colleges and
When Front Range Community College first opened its doors to students in the fall of 1968, it was as the first campus of the new Community College of Denver—eventually called the “North Campus” of CCD. More than 1,800 students crowded into two metal buildings with a very small faculty, and just a handful of program