FRCC hosted its 1st annual equity, inclusion & diversity award ceremony—honoring the people who are helping us better serve traditionally underserved students.
Student Ashley Valdez-Ibarra has been chosen as one of just 8 students nationwide—and the only Gateway to College student in the US—as a 2022 DREAM Scholar.
A number of bills are currently circulating around the US aimed at regulating how educators talk about racism, sexism and issues of systemic inequality.
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.
Join us for an analysis of the crisis in Ukraine with FRCC faculty member Ian Feinhandler, PhD. Dr. Ian Feinhandler, geography faculty member at Front Range Community College, will present an analysis of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. In his talk, he’ll explore the Russian security concerns that led to the invasion of Ukraine. Feinhandler […]
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TRIO programs support students who come from limited-income families, are first generation college students, or have a documented disability.