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GIS Faculty Wins National Teaching Honor

The task is to assess the risks involved in building a one-acre park close to the Los Angeles River in a densely populated low-income neighborhood with lots of children. Welcome to Classroom 2.0, presided over by Dave Skiles. Teaching, sure, but also listening, guiding, collaborating, and letting the students find their way in GIS 165. […]

FRCC Alumna, Denver Attorney Join Foundation

A Front Range Community College alumna now a Fort Collins economic development officer and a Denver attorney have joined the FRCC Foundation board of directors. SeonAh Kendall and Ryan M. Tharp begin three-year terms this month. Kendall, economic policy and project manager for the city of Fort Collins, received an Associate of Arts from FRCC […]

Students Win National, State Academic Honors

Jeff Brewer, a student at Front Range Community College’s Boulder County Campus, is a national Silver Tier Scholar on Coca-Cola’s 2015 Community College Academic Team. Five other FRCC students join Brewer on the All-Colorado Academic Team. The national and state teams recognize high-achieving students who demonstrate academic excellence and intellectual rigor, combined with leadership and […]

What’s inside the newest Larimer Campus building?

Northern Colorado needs trained workers. And now, if you want to work as an automotive technician, manufacturing production technician, power plant operator, or welder across a wide spectrum of industries, you can get trained for an excellent job with great pay at the newest training facility in Colorado. A different ribbon cutting Little Bear Peak […]

New Fitness Center Opens

student playing basketball in new fitness center

The brand spanking new High Plains Fitness Center at the Westminster Campus is the best fitness deal in town for FRCC students. Membership is free. And what do you get for free in the 12,902-square-foot facility? Access to a weight room, a cardio room, a yoga and dance studio, a gymnasium floor, even basketball and […]

22 Business Start-Ups for Larimer SBDC in 2014

Twenty-two new businesses were started, sales growth of $5.3 million for businesses, and $12.4 million in capital growth for businesses – these are part of the economic impact results generated by the Larimer Small Business Development Center in 2014. The center reported its numbers today. “It was a good year, 2014,” said Mike O’Connell, Larimer […]

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