The Rotary Club of Fort Collins has just launched a new program called “Laptops for College,” which provides gently used computers for students in need.
Students in FRCC’s theatre program will perform the first productions of six new 10-minute plays—written by students from the college’s playwriting classes.
For Mickey Schieferecke, the road to a college degree has had plenty of road blocks and hills to climb. Even so, they are thriving in a leadership role at FRCC.
FRCC Offering New Nutrition/Dietetics Program in Partnership With Metropolitan State University of Denver
Students who want to become registered dietician nutritionists can now complete the required degrees for their credential in less time—and for less money.
As FRCC works toward becoming a Hispanic Serving Institution, we’ve got our eyes on a particularly successful existing program at our Boulder County Campus.
An average of 20 people are physically abused by intimate partners every minute in the US. Raising awareness & supporting survivors is key to ending the violence.
Becoming an HSI is an intentional commitment to being a college where Latinx students thrive. Being an HSI matters—for our students, our college & for Colorado.
Scholarships will cover all tuition, fees & course materials for the college’s fast-track career paths in health-related occupations.