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How Your Academic Advisor Can Help You

There’s so much to think about when you first enroll at a new college: what classes to take, what careers you’d like to explore, how to achieve your goals, and much more. An academic advisor can help you navigate all of these decisions and more. Here at FRCC, we call these folks Pathways Advisors—because they […]

Harben Named Administrator of the Year at FRCC

Mark Harben (MA), Director of Pathways Advising, Career Center and Testing Center at Front Range Community College’s Boulder County Campus, is the college’s administrator of the year. He was honored at a meeting of the State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education this month. Harben helps students figure out what they want to do […]

4 Great Ways to Remember What You Learn

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Studying is a big part of college, but it can be difficult to make things stick when you’re trying to remember information for multiple classes. Like most endeavors, practice makes perfect. Here are four tips to improve your memory while studying for a test or quiz, or simply to prepare for tomorrow’s class: Set up […]

Our Top 10 Blog Posts for a Good School Year

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We’ve been publishing this blog for six years, and have written a variety of posts about how to be successful in college. Here’s some of our top posts that we hope will be helpful as college students return to the classroom for spring semester: 5 Tips to Get Mentally Prepared for College Your Course Syllabus…What’s […]

Take Your Time, Get Help in Choosing a Major

So, you have selected your classes for the fall semester. English, math, reading, and maybe a general education requirement or two is on the docket. While you feel ready, the questions from others seem endless: What is your major? What are you working toward? What do you want to do with your life? You may […]

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