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Former Scholarship Recipient Now a Donor

When Kyle and Jacquelyne Archer attended Front Range Community College, like many college students, they were on a tight budget. Jackie earned a scholarship from the FRCC Foundation that—along with other scholarships, grants and work-study—allowed her to take classes at the college’s Larimer Campus. “The affordability of FRCC made our education a reality,” Jackie says. […]

Miller Joins FRCC Foundation Board

Suzanne Miller, a longtime active member of the Fort Collins community, has joined the Front Range Community College Foundation board of directors. The FRCC Foundation is the college’s fundraising arm, securing critical support for student scholarships, college programs and facilities. Miller has been involved in a wide variety of local nonprofit organizations. She worked as […]

Ball Foundation Gives FRCC $50,000 for Manufacturing Scholarships

The Front Range Community College (FRCC) Foundation has received a major donation from The Ball Foundation—the philanthropic arm of Ball Corporation. The $50,000 gift will fund scholarships for students pursuing a certificate or degree in manufacturing. The Ball donation comes as Colorado manufacturing companies are seeking more skilled technicians. With 5,000 new manufacturing jobs expected […]

FRCC Receives $1 Million Gift Supporting Manufacturing Training, Scholarships

Donation will fund scholarships and purchase equipment for new Center for Integrated Manufacturing. Colorado philanthropists Suzanne and David Hoover have pledged to donate $1 million to Front Range Community College (FRCC) over the next five years. Their gift will be the biggest single direct donation the FRCC Foundation has ever received (not including bequests). The […]

Tanco Donation to Fund Welding Scholarships

FRCC program helps train the next generation of workers for local companies. Industrial construction company Tanco Engineering,  Inc. is donating $20,000 to Front Range Community College Foundation for scholarships that will go to students in the college’s welding program. The Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative will match Tanco’s gift for an additional $20,000. Students receiving these […]

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