Scholarships will cover all tuition, fees & course materials for the college’s fast-track career paths in health-related occupations.
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 […]
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 […]
Investment helps fund new facility to train northern Colorado’s health care workers. Columbine Health Systems has pledged $150,000 to help Front Range Community College fund its new Health Care Careers Center in Fort Collins. The new facility opened earlier this month. The state-of-the-art facility will fill a critical need for the community by educating highly-qualified […]
Investment will fund nursing lab where students can practice skills in a realistic environment. UCHealth has pledged $250,000 to help Front Range Community College build its new Health Care Careers Center in Fort Collins. This is one of the largest donations yet for FRCC’s new facility, which is set to open in the summer of […]
Fort Collins, Colo. – As Front Range Community College’s new Health Care Careers Center (HCCC) begins to take shape this summer, community members are encouraged to come see the progress—and add their name to the project. FRCC has undertaken a major construction project—building a two-story, 61,000 square-foot Health Care Careers Center to address key healthcare […]
Patricia Graham, Nurse Aide Program director at the Boulder County Campus, has a career path that started out like many Front Range students. “I never thought I would be a teacher,” Patricia says, “In fact, I never thought I would go to college. I am a first-generation college graduate.