After almost 29 years working at FRCC, Andy Dorsey has announced that he will be retiring as president at the end of June 2022.
Front Range Community College has selected Anne Marie Jacobson as a new dean of instruction at the school’s Larimer Campus in Fort Collins.
Students in FRCC’s associate degree in nursing programs are helping on the front line with COVID-19 vaccinations. Over the last couple of months, our nursing students have helped vaccinate more than 3,000 people in the communities we serve—from Denver to Fort Collins and beyond. While FRCC’s use of simulations and clinical rotations in local hospitals […]
We’ve seen firsthand in 2020 how important health care workers are. Health care is a high-growth industry across the United States, and at FRCC, we’ve noticed rising demand for our strong programs in several fields. There are many excellent health care programs offered at FRCC. We even recently opened a new Health Care Careers Center […]
FRCC alumnus Joel Bitler started his career in health care as a certified nursing assistant straight out of high school. But he never stopped learning—and Joel now proudly serves as the director of clinical services for Columbine Health Systems, managing the clinical teams at five nursing homes and three assisted living facilities. As COVID-19 challenged […]
With all the excitement over the opening of FRCC’s new Health Care Careers Center this semester, you might have missed the inspiring new sculpture garden that flanks the entry to the new facility. The six original works by local artist Lorri Acott contribute images of healing, hope and renewal to the environment around the new […]
The brand-new Health Care Careers Center in Fort Collins is open for classes! Dubbed Grays Peak, this state-of-the-art facility houses all Nursing and Health Sciences and Wellness programs at the FRCC Larimer Campus. Most important, Grays Peak enables FRCC to offer high-quality education to students seeking to work in this growing field. The need is […]
At the Larimer Campus of FRCC, students interested in starting a new healthcare-focused career quickly without prior training can earn a certificate in Dental Assisting in as little as a year. “It’s a rigorous program, but students who choose the accelerated option can finish in two semesters by taking 24 credits in the first semester, […]