Nick Hagan has always been one to pursue his passions. Now a wildlife technology student at FRCC, he’s striving to do his part through conservation work.
Kendal’s college journey with autism has been neither linear nor easy. Read her story and how she’s now preparing to start grad school this fall.
Two FRCC students have been awarded the prestigious national New Century Scholarship—they are the only scholars selected from the state of Colorado.
Student Ashley Valdez-Ibarra has been chosen as one of just 8 students nationwide—and the only Gateway to College student in the US—as a 2022 DREAM Scholar.
Looking to just take a few classes? FRCC has a good number of guest students. Learn about the benefits of being a guest student and how to get started!
Supporting yourself as an artist takes more than just talent and passion. It takes dedication—and a quality education is a strong foundation too.
FRCC has been working on open ed projects in a wide variety of courses and subjects. These efforts save students money on textbooks—along with other benefits.
TRIO programs support students who come from limited-income families, are first generation college students, or have a documented disability.