Tim Taylor had a goal when he entered Front Range Community College – earn a 4.0 GPA. “My advisor was very nice,” Tim says, “but he advised against having that goal. He said it was so rare and that it might not be the best thing to focus on in college. I used that as […]
As I am finishing up my Associates of Arts degree and preparing to transfer to CU Denver, I have learned a few things along the way that I think would help out anyone interested in transferring. 1. Meeting with advisors can save you time and money. Advisors both at Front Range and at the university […]
James Lesco, 2012 FRCC graduate, has been named an Undergraduate Transfer Scholar by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation. The accompanying scholarship is worth up to $30,000 per year. The foundation awards scholarships to the nation’s top community college students who have financial need. The selection process is rigorous and highly competitive. Lesco was one of […]
Service to others is a big part of Marie Jeffries’ experience. She has served children and adults in India, teens in trouble in Brighton, and fellow students at Front Range Community College-Boulder County Campus in Longmont.
I come from a small town – population 8,000 – in southeast Colorado. Colorado State University (CSU) has three times the number of students as my town has people, so I was a little hesitant to skip right onto CSU’s campus. FRCC Made Me Feel Welcome The smaller campus and intimate class sizes at Front […]