November is National Native American Heritage Month, an annual celebration of the rich ancestry and traditions of the indigenous peoples of the United States.
For Mickey Schieferecke, the road to a college degree has had plenty of road blocks and hills to climb. Even so, they are thriving in a leadership role at FRCC.
Becoming an HSI is an intentional commitment to being a college where Latinx students thrive. Being an HSI matters—for our students, our college & for Colorado.
Every year when we celebrate Latinx Heritage Month (September 15-October 15), FRCC Student Services Coordinator Marz Almanza is reminded of her roots. Read more…
As the world celebrates PRIDE month in June, staff and faculty at FRCC took time to reflect on what PRIDE means to us as a college community—and as individuals.
The Colorado Community College System is honoring 16 FRCC students—and their peers around the state—for their inspiring academic and personal achievements.
FRCC hosted its 1st annual equity, inclusion & diversity award ceremony—honoring the people who are helping us better serve traditionally underserved students.
A number of bills are currently circulating around the US aimed at regulating how educators talk about racism, sexism and issues of systemic inequality.