Crime is a huge deal in the world today and will continue to be a big part of society moving forward. When studying crime, many only look at the person who committed the crime and why they do such things, but what about the people that the crime was committed against? What about the victims?
At Front Range Community College we often get the question “is it better to take concurrent enrollment or AP classes?” Parents want to know how they can save money on college tuition. Students want to know how they can take advantage of high level courses and jump start their college careers. With the options out
We often think of the past as riddled with disease, violence, and poverty. We have a tendency to focus on major times of crisis in the past. What we remember about past societies are events like the Black Plague, the French Revolution, or innumerable examples of brutal warfare. These events stick out in our memory
It’s time to apply for scholarships for the 2015-2016 school year! With many application deadlines approaching, pay attention to these five easy tips to help you stand out from the crowd, and get that money. 1. Make sure you fit the criteria. That might sound simple however many students don’t follow this advice. This is
Online classes work well for many students. Maybe they have family or work responsibilities, or transportation issues, or they live in an area without convenient access to a college campus. Whatever the reason, taking college classes online is a way to fit higher education into their lives. Here, at Front Range Community College, we offer
Sure, you can book a formal tour of campus—but there are lots of ways you can find out what it’s like to be a college student on our campus. Here are ten great ways you can get a behind the scenes look at college life. Go Undercover If you’re in high school, odds are you’ll
Students have many questions when deciding to earn a college degree. Do they need a two-year or a four-year degree? How much is this going to cost? How long will it take? One very important consideration is the transferability of a degree earned from one college to another. Enroll as a Junior Colorado students can
Students come to the FRCC Writing Centers with questions about their writing assignments. But sometimes we may ask a few questions of our own. It may be surprising, or even frustrating to be faced with questions when you are looking for answers. Our intention with our questions, however, is to be helpful and encourage you