October 19 is International Pronouns Day, with a purpose to make respecting, sharing and educating about personal pronouns commonplace. This awareness day began in 2018—and falls on the third Wednesday of October every year. The aim is to transform society to celebrate people’s multiple, intersecting identities.
FRCC and CSU Launch New Partnership in Hospitality Management
FRCC & CSU now offer a specialized transfer program, making it easier for hospitality management students to transfer to CSU to complete a bachelor’s degree.
Thought Provoking Student-Written Plays Take On Fundamental Issues Facing Humanity
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.
Breaking Ground: First Deaf SGA President Seeks to Create Community for All
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 Honors Indigenous People and Their Land
FRCC recently finalized a new land acknowledgment statement as a small step toward recognizing the original stewards of the land on which our campuses now sit
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.
Latinx Leadership Program Alumni—Now FRCC Employees—Pay It Forward by Helping Students
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.
Fighting Domestic Violence Through Awareness and Support for Survivors
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.