Front Range Community College has been awarded designation as a Military Friendly® School, ranked No. 2 in the country in the large community college category, according to the website militaryfriendly.com.
After eight years as director of the Larimer Small Business Development Center (SBDC), Mike OConnell has announced his plan to retire at the end of the year.
The SBDC has nearly quadrupled the number of local businesses served under OConnell’s leadership.
Front Range Community College is hosting COVID-19 vaccination clinics on July 1 at each of our three campuses. They are open to everyone age 12 and up—for first or second dose.
Accrediting agency is a “reliable authority to determine the quality of nursing education programs.” The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Front Range Community College has received accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). The program builds on a two-year nursing degree, allowing students to continue at FRCC to complete their Bachelor of […]
Want to stop wearing a mask everywhere? Tired of video meetings and classes? Feel like hugging your friends and family again? Ready to go to a restaurant, concert or party without stressing? Many of us are thinking “yes” to at least one (if not all) of these questions. Back to Normal Here’s the awesome news: […]
One-of-a-kind program trains managers around the country who oversee highway and road maintenance. More than 30 years ago, Don Strange dropped out of high school—due to the sudden death of his father and the medical condition of his mother. In order to help his family, he began his career as a city “pothole patcher.” A […]
Aparna Palmer, PhD, joins FRCC to take on leadership role. Front Range Community College’s campus in Longmont will soon have a new vice president—Aparna Palmer, PhD. She will also oversee the college’s nearby Center for Integrated Manufacturing. As a new member of FRCC’s leadership team, Palmer brings with her more than 20 years of experience […]
Additional funding from the federal Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund will allow FRCC to provide more than $1.7 million in support for our summer semester students who have been impacted by COVID-19. Students who are registered for summer 2021 classes can now apply for an educational impact grant of up to $1,500. “We know that […]