TRIO programs support students who come from limited-income families, are first generation college students, or have a documented disability.
Agreement will allow for smoother transfer from community college to state universities—saving students money and diversifying the engineering workforce.
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.
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.
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 […]
Summer vacation leaves a lot of teenagers wondering what to do, but boredom is definitely not a problem for the high school students participating in Upward Bound’s Summer Academy at FRCC. About 40 students from Westminster High School are spending their weekdays on the college’s Westminster Campus—having fun while doing project-based learning to prepare for […]
Back in December, I wrote a post about my wonderfully diverse neighborhood and the interesting people of all different heritages who live around me. One of those families is from India, and they have a young son that my children enjoy playing with. As we ride scooters and play soccer in the yard, it’s been […]