Recent grad Sam White didn’t let disability prevent him from pursuing a college degree. With help from FRCC staff, he’s now at UNC studying special education.
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.
Kevin struggled with anxiety in high school and almost didn’t graduate with his class. Starting college at FRCC gave him the support he needed to succeed.
Take a look at what DSS offers and who these services are for. College is one of the most challenging life milestones you’ll ever take on. And if you struggle with any sort of learning or other disability, it can be that much harder. That’s why it’s so important for any student who has a […]
Funds will support a new TRIO program at the college’s campus in Longmont, as well as the existing program in Westminster. The U.S. Department of Education has selected Front Range Community College to receive two federal grants of $1.3 million each—to help more students succeed in and graduate from college. The money will allow FRCC’s […]
Rudolfo Tapia Jr. is an emerging leader at Front Range, and he has a scholarship to prove it. A Pharmacy Technician student, Rudolfo received an Emerging Leaders Scholarship for $1,000 from the National Society of Leadership and Success for his established leadership ability and accomplishments. Planning Events for the Deaf Community. Rudolfo, who is deaf, […]
Chelsey Jernigan knows about overcoming challenges. At the age of four, Chelsey’s temporary tracheotomy was made permanent. She grew up attending a school for the deaf, using sign language to communicate a majority of the time. At 14, her vocal cords were removed.