You may not have heard of Prior Learning Assessment (PLA). But knowing what it is—and how to get it—can help you finish college sooner. And save you money!
Front Range Community College has selected Anne Marie Jacobson as a new dean of instruction at the school’s Larimer Campus in Fort Collins.
CCCS honors 18 FRCC students—and peers around the state—for their inspiring achievements. This week the Colorado Community College System (CCCS) paid tribute to top students from schools around the state during a video presentation of the system’s 2021 Student Excellence Awards. Eighteen distinguished students from Front Range Community College were chosen for this year’s honor. […]
Colleges and universities around the world are promoting the concept of open education this week—in an effort to expand educational opportunities for all people. At the center of this movement is the belief that education is strengthened when it is openly shared. Open education “encompasses resources, tools and practices that employ a framework of open sharing […]
We know, we know. Many of you are tired of hearing about the election next month. But, if you only read one more article about voting and the election, please make it this one. As students who are also parents, this blog post is just for you. It’s your guide to what is going to […]
Like everything else, early care and education (ECE) is experiencing significant changes because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Those of you reading this blog with a toddler in your lap are especially aware of how true this is. To learn more about ECE and its profound effects on us all—not just those of us with young […]
FRCC has a number of students who are also parents. We want to share some helpful resources with you, knowing that many of you are currently working—and learning—from home with your kids. While everyone is adjusting to the “new normal” of COVID-19, parents are facing the added challenges and joys that come from having our […]
I came to early childhood education as a career through a happy accident. As a student working toward my teaching license, I always imagined I would work with high school students. Thanks to a clerical error, I found myself doing my student teaching requirements in a first grade classroom. It was either take the placement […]