During Mental Health Awareness Month in May, we’re encouraged to end the stigma around discussing mental health issues. Student Maia Hawkins reminds us why.
Olivia lacked the confidence to even consider attending a four-year college. She came to FRCC—and is now on track to graduate with a bachelor’s degree from CSU.
As fall arrives, many students don’t realize it is also the time of year that scholarship applications begin to open up for the next school year. Read our tips!
Going to college is a big step for any student—but if you’re a first-generation college student, you may have some extra questions. Here are some tips…
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 […]
We’ve all read news stories about how the current COVID-19 situation is negatively impacting businesses and their employees in Colorado. Unfortunately, this means many of our students aren’t receiving paychecks from the jobs they depend on to support themselves. Over the last few weeks, FRCC has rushed to provide almost $600,000 in emergency grants to […]
If you’re the first person in your family to go to college, congratulations! It takes perseverance and bravery to blaze your own trail and pursue this dream. You’ve worked hard to get here, so make sure you give college your all. Here are six tips for success as a first-gen college student: Build a support […]
If college is the first time you’ve ever had to be financially independent, do yourself a favor: Establish a budget. It may not sound fun at first—but you’ll be really glad you did it. Budgeting is worth your time for a lot of reasons: It prevents you from overspending. (This also help you to avoid […]