Olivia lacked the confidence to even consider attending a four-year college. She came to FRCC—and is now on track to graduate with a bachelor’s degree from CSU.
Reece was diagnosed with ADHD at a young age, and saw ups and downs in school. Now he’s set to graduate with a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering from CSU.
As fall arrives, many students don’t realize it is also the time of year that scholarship applications begin to open up for the next school year. Read our tips!
Federal COVID relief funding will allow FRCC to provide more than $8 million in financial support for all our fall semester students.
The Gene Haas Foundation has awarded FRCC $17,500 in grants to support student scholarships and other program needs at the college’s Center for Integrated Manufacturing.
Kevin struggled with anxiety in high school and almost didn’t graduate with his class. Starting college at FRCC gave him the support he needed to succeed.
Zoey never thought she’d go to college. Working full time, unsure of her path and barely making ends meet, she felt stuck . Then she found a community—and her path—at FRCC.
Getting involved in activities at school was critical for Monica Martinez from an early age. She chose to attend FRCC for her first two years of college because it costs significantly less than a four-year university. But she also wanted all the campus involvement opportunities of a bigger school.