Concurrent enrollment provides college-ready high school students the chance to enroll in college courses—and earn college credit—without having to pay tuition.
FRCC Receives $1.45 Million Grant to Help Parents Go to College
FRCC will receive almost $1.5 million from the US Department of Education to continue its child care assistance program for our students who have kids.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: A Wise Teacher
On this MLK Day, many of us are thinking about the problems our country still faces with regard to race, civil rights and equity. Here at FRCC, a major focus for us is ensuring that the open, affordable access we provide to education gives all students what they need to succeed. We serve all people […]
How to Get Ready for the First Day of Spring Classes
A new semester starts next week. You may be feeling a bit nervous about your first day of class. But there’s no need to worry. FRCC is ready to help.
Healthy Eating in the New Year
Many of us start January each year with a goal to eat better, but the best intentions don’t always stick. Read our tips on how to make lasting changes.
Newsweek Includes FRCC in “America’s Top Online Colleges” Ranking
FRCC has been recognized as one of America’s Best Online Learning Colleges (2023), according to a new list compiled by Newsweek and database company Statista.
What Are the Communitarian Principles of Kwanzaa?
Kwanzaa is observed from December 26 to January 1. Find out more about how to celebrate the holiday right here in Colorado… and beyond.
Inclusive Excellence Grant Supports STEM Students Transferring From FRCC to CU
CU Boulder, Front Range Community College among 104 recipients of Howard Hughes Medical Institute funding to boost inclusion in STEM fields.