As we celebrate our graduates this spring, we hear a lot of powerful stories about their experience. This graduate found his own unique path to success at FRCC.
Supplemental Instruction is an academic support program available in certain classes at FRCC. Students get help from a peer who has done well in the class.
Starting college spring semester might be a little different than a fall start—but you’ll still get all the same support. Some tips to help you succeed when starting college midyear:
Reece was diagnosed with ADHD at a young age, and saw ups and downs in school. Now he’s set to graduate with a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering from CSU.
Going to college is a big step for any student—but if you’re a first-generation college student, you may have some extra questions. Here are some tips…
Giovanni Hernandez arrived in the US when he was in 10th grade. He had no trouble with the concepts he was learning in high school, but he struggled with learning English at first.
A couple of years—and lot of hard work later—he came to FRCC to prepare himself for a four-year university. His says those classes gave him the foundational support he needed to be successful in college. He’s now studying civil engineering at the University of Colorado-Boulder, and is set to graduate with his bachelor’s degree next year.
Initiative Helps Students Financially and Academically Did I say COSI? Yes I did. In fact, more and more FRCC students are getting excited when they hear the acronym because it is the sound of money. Since 2015, the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative (COSI) has been giving millions of dollars to Colorado college students each year. The […]