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Love of Animals Drove Student to FRCC

Katie Ellington’s journey to college hasn’t been without its bumps, ups, and downs. The native of Oklahoma graduated high school and went to Tulsa Community College but stopped after one semester. “I was just burned out on school and, quite honestly, I wasn’t ready to go to college,” she says. She quit school and worked […]

Learning Side-by-Side: Helping Parents Equitably Navigate Remote Learning Pods for Their Kids

Father and Son Reading

Back-to-school season is looking very different for children—and their parents—in 2020. And for parents who are also students themselves, this fall is looking particularly complicated. Many school districts throughout the state are starting the semester with online classes only—or offering an online option for families who prefer it. Front Range Community College (FRCC), along with […]

Wilderness EMT Begins Journey to Nursing at FRCC

When Bronwyn Burman earned a Bachelor of Science in development studies from the University of California at Berkeley in 2010, she thought she’d end up working in a developing country building hydration and sanitation systems. But her part-time college job working for UC-Berkeley’s outdoor boating program turned into a professional opportunity, and Bronwyn managed the […]

Dreams of Medical School Lead Student to FRCC

In January 2020, Yazmyn Chavez reached a goal that she’d been working toward for several years: She enrolled in college in the United States. After growing up in Colorado until age 15, Yazmyn’s family abruptly moved to Mexico, where she graduated high school and started college at Universidad Autónoma De Chihuahua Facultad De Medicina. She […]

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