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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 […]

Must-Use Resources for College Students

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Coming into Front Range Community College (FRCC) for the first time I was unaware of the vast amount of resources that were available to me as a student. Walking around campus and actually paying attention to my surroundings, noticing signs hung up on bulletin boards, Student Life, followed by the incredible amount of staff willing […]

Why Budget?

Why Budget

You’ve probably heard people discuss budgeting many times. Do any of these sound familiar? “I don’t need to budget; I know how much money I have.” “I don’t have the time!” “It’s too much work to keep records of everything.” While all of these have some truth, budgeting is a strong, life-long skill that can […]

Hispanic Heritage Month at FRCC

National Hispanic Heritage Month

At 11 a.m. on a Wednesday, I sit in front of a diverse and amazing group of young men and women in the Latino Club at Front Range Community College. As I listened to their stories and diverse experiences I am reminded that it’s that wonderful time of year again. It’s Hispanic Heritage Month, which […]

5 Tips to Get Mentally Prepared for College

You’ve registered for classes and have your supplies and books. Looks like you’re ready for college! Not so fast. Have you braced yourself for some of the newness that is about to come your way? During this final month of summer, take a quick run-through of this “mental preparation” checklist and make sure you have […]

LGBT+ Inclusivity at FRCC: Common Questions

As a queer student, I know from many, many personal experiences that being non-straight and not cisgender (cisgender means someone who identifies with the gender they were assigned at birth) can feel like an island. With the recent push for campus inclusivity, it can leave one wondering “What does inclusivity mean about my experience here?” […]

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