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FRCC is now offering a new Bachelor of Applied Science degree that will save students time and money on their way to rewarding careers.
No two people learn alike. For students with learning/thinking differences, school can present hurdles. Let’s reshape perceptions around learning disabilities.
Get a sneak peek of the new documentary A Town Called Victoria prior to its broadcast premiere—and continue the conversation locally.
An inventive new training model at FRCC gives high school students a smooth on-ramp to a career in public works and road maintenance.
Last year, attempts to censor library books and resources across the US nearly doubled. Read why Banned Books Week (October 1-7) is more important than ever.
We’re honoring the breadth of cultures that make up the 2nd largest ethnic group in the US. FRCC students/employees share what it means to honor their heritage.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis visited FRCC’s Westminster Campus to host a discussion with FRCC students who are enrolled in work-based learning programs.
Scholarships will cover all tuition, fees & course materials for 30 of FRCC’s career paths in education, health care, HVAC and forestry-related occupations.