If you’re considering becoming a student at Front Range Community College—or any community college—you might wonder if you’re making a good decision. (Short answer: Absolutely!) There are many reasons to start at a community college, but here are 10 good ones: 1. To save money The National Center for Education Statistics reports that average tuition,
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The performing arts at the Larimer Campus have found a versatile home this semester in newly renovated space in Redcloud Peak. See the image gallery. “We’re all together, interacting with each other,” Debra Throgmorton, music faculty, says about music, theater, and dance. The building also encourages interaction with other creative arts and design disciplines, too.
Crime is a huge deal in the world today and will continue to be a big part of society moving forward. When studying crime, many only look at the person who committed the crime and why they do such things, but what about the people that the crime was committed against? What about the victims?
At Front Range Community College we often get the question “is it better to take concurrent enrollment or AP classes?” Parents want to know how they can save money on college tuition. Students want to know how they can take advantage of high level courses and jump start their college careers. With the options out
Sure, you can book a formal tour of campus—but there are lots of ways you can find out what it’s like to be a college student on our campus. Here are ten great ways you can get a behind the scenes look at college life. Go Undercover If you’re in high school, odds are you’ll
Students have many questions when deciding to earn a college degree. Do they need a two-year or a four-year degree? How much is this going to cost? How long will it take? One very important consideration is the transferability of a degree earned from one college to another. Enroll as a Junior Colorado students can
When the fall semester opened last week, even some returning students could be considered “new” students because they are learning in new classrooms and labs in the north wing of Blanca Peak. As part of a $32 million makeover at the Larimer Campus, the wing in Blanca Peak now houses Veterinary Technology and Forestry, Wildlife,
It seems like most highways and byways in Colorado are a perpetual construction zone. At FRCC, we’re a bit more selective, trying to do as much work as possible without affecting students and learning. It’s a challenge, but here’s what’s new at FRCC come the opening of the fall semester on Aug. 24. New Visual