TRIO programs support students who come from limited-income families, are first generation college students, or have a documented disability.
Branden was always an avid writer, but wasn’t sure how to turn that into a college degree or career. At FRCC he found his path to a bachelor’s degree and more.
P-TECH students complete college-level courses in high school. They can earn their diploma + an associate degree in computer info systems from FRCC—at no cost to the student.
Zoey never thought she’d go to college. Working full time, unsure of her path and barely making ends meet, she felt stuck . Then she found a community—and her path—at FRCC.
One-of-a-kind program trains managers around the country who oversee highway and road maintenance. More than 30 years ago, Don Strange dropped out of high school—due to the sudden death of his father and the medical condition of his mother. In order to help his family, he began his career as a city “pothole patcher.” A […]
It’s hard to find even one person who hasn’t been significantly impacted by the events of the last 14 months. That’s exactly what led FRCC graduate—and current University of Colorado-Denver student—Shane Still to launch a project showcasing some of the challenges that millennials and Generation Zers have been dealing with during the pandemic. Throughout Mental […]
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 […]
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 […]