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.
Supplemental Instruction is an academic support program available in certain classes at FRCC. Students get help from a peer who has done well in the class.
Starting college spring semester might be a little different than a fall start—but you’ll still get all the same support. Some tips to help you succeed when starting college midyear:
Turning the calendar to a whole new year is a great time to start thinking about what you want out of the next 12 months. Goal setting is important because…
FRCC alumna Zaira Villalobos overcame her own challenges in order to take on college and eventually med school—all with the end goal of helping others.
Recent grad Sam White didn’t let disability prevent him from pursuing a college degree. With help from FRCC staff, he’s now at UNC studying special education.
Ever dream about starting a new career? You might be surprised to hear that a number of industries will actually pay you to learn the ropes while on the job.