A hike in the wilderness helped this FRCC professor see that hope and beauty can follow destruction. Read her words of hope and possibility.
A new school year is about to begin—and for some students, a totally new college adventure. Read these tips for success to help you get into your groove this semester.
Colleen Simpson, Ed.D., is taking the reins as president of Colorado’s largest community college this month.
Two FRCC students’ engineering project could help revolutionize how humans clean up oil spills. Read how they went from a class project to winning awards.
This FRCC alum started nursing school but decided that wasn’t the right path. But she liked hands-on work… and discovered a fast track to her new career.
If you’re a wine lover, you know about Sonoma County. But you may not have heard of the FRCC professor who’s been involved in the wine industry for 20+ years.
An FRCC librarian shares their personal journey from being a lonely teen to feeling welcome and supported. Read Pam’s story.
This Sunday is the first time we’ll celebrate Juneteenth as both a federal and state holiday in Colorado. It’s a day that should be recognized by all Americans.