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.
On June 19th every year, people take time to honor the anniversary of Juneteenth—the date in 1865 when news of the Emancipation Proclamation finally reached Texas. (As part of the Confederacy, slaves in that state were not freed until well after the end of the Civil War.) That summer, Union Army troops reached Galveston Bay […]
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 […]
After a long, very unusual school year (to put it mildly) and getting through final exams and projects, you’re probably ready for a breather. Now it’s time to rest up and recharge! Need ideas on how to spend your free time over the next couple of months? Here are six fun ways to enjoy this […]
The month of June is fun for many reasons—but a big one is that it’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ+) Pride Month. These celebrations are intended to eliminate prejudice, honor the great diversity of the American people and celebrate the equal dignity of all. Where It All Began Pride Month has roots in […]
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: […]
Take a look at what DSS offers and who these services are for. College is one of the most challenging life milestones you’ll ever take on. And if you struggle with any sort of learning or other disability, it can be that much harder. That’s why it’s so important for any student who has a […]
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 […]