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.
FRCC is hosting an information fair to connect veterans and their families with resources available to support them in northern Colorado.
An early stint at a private college landed Emily Kramer in serious debt. FRCC helped her find a new path to becoming a research scientist.
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.
For Chris Sarracino, success in college required two key ingredients: maturity and fatherhood. Going back to school at FRCC has helped him manage a busy life while working and parenting. After successfully completing his associate degree, he’s now moving on to his bachelor’s at Metropolitan State University of Denver.
LeAnna Warren’s parents started home schooling her in fourth grade—but after her mom died, her dad wasn’t able to help her much with school. He was a manual laborer who worked a lot, so she had to fend for herself on the learning front. “Sixth grade was really the last time I had any formal […]
Now that the school year has ended, you’re probably ready for a break—and understandably! Summer is the time when college students can, and should, take a breather to recharge their batteries. Especially when you consider the ups and downs of the last year (which was probably the most unique school year in history). But if […]
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 […]