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FRCC, UNC Team Up to Train Sign Language Interpreters

Young man signing to woman

Front Range Community College (FRCC) and the University of Northern Colorado (UNC) are creating a robust four-year collaboration that will offer Colorado students a new path to careers as sign language interpreters. The partnership will begin with a solid base in American Sign Language (ASL) preparation followed by strong interpreting instruction. Download audio transcript for […]

FRCC Ranked as Military Friendly® Large Community College

Front Range Community College is a Military Friendly® School, ranked No. 2 in the country in the large community college category, according to the website militaryfriendly.com. The designation recognizes a school’s “commitment, effort, and success in creating sustainable and meaningful benefit for the military community”—including active duty, guard, veterans, and military spouses. Military Friendly® takes […]

10 Tips to Be More Productive Each Day

As a college student, there’s a lot on your plate: homework, studying, class time, work, and making time for yourself, your family, and your friends. If you can improve your own productivity, you’ll be able to accomplish it all! Let’s get right to it. Here are 10 tips to make the most of your time […]

MLK Day: Be The Catalyst

FRCC students, faculty and staff join the MLK march and celebration in Fort Collins.

This week we celebrate the memory and legacy of a great American leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. His message continues to resonate with those committed to equity, inclusion, and social justice. The MLK holiday also serves as a reminder of Front Range Community College’s own efforts to achieve our vision as outlined in our […]

What is an A.A. Degree?

It’s the first day of New Student Orientation, and as I look over the crowd of eager and excited students I can’t help but feel that a sense of anxiety sits on their minds. In fact, I can almost feel it as I remember what it was like to be in their shoes, not knowing […]

Why Meet with an Academic Advisor?

As a first generation college student, I did not understand the value of meeting with an academic advisor until I needed to declare a major and discuss my courses. Being first generation, I felt ashamed for asking questions and not knowing what I need to do. Not until I felt lost did I accept that […]

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