As FRCC works toward becoming a Hispanic Serving Institution, we’ve got our eyes on a particularly successful existing program at our Boulder County Campus.
Agreement will allow for smoother transfer from community college to state universities—saving students money and diversifying the engineering workforce.
When she got to FRCC, Jolaya didn’t know what she wanted to major in. She got the chance to explore her interests and discover her passion for science.
FRCC graduate, mom and veteran is now heading to CU-Boulder. Sara Maginot is always up for a challenge. The Boulder native was inspired to go into the US Marine Corps after attending a friend’s graduation ceremony. Within six months of graduating from Fairview High School in 2008, she had enlisted and was on her way […]
Couple Graduates from CU Boulder, Starts Their Careers When Lana Milijasevic and Josh Ruchwarger enrolled separately in a biology class at Front Range Community College in 2016, they didn’t expect to find love. “I spotted Josh pretty early in the semester, but he always went to class and then left campus to go to work, […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has derailed many students’ plans, and perhaps you have struggled with what to do. If going to a four-year college or university is your goal, you’re in luck: FRCC has a specific University Transfer Track that will help you get where you want to go and save a lot of money while […]
Did you know that many students come to FRCC with the intent of transferring somewhere else to earn their bachelor’s degrees? And did you know that transferring is so common (and supported) that Colorado has a statewide agreement making it easier? Keep reading for the answers to 10 frequently asked questions about transferring to four-year […]
A broad educational experience at Front Range Community College prepared Cerrise Weiblen for a successful transition to the University of Colorado-Boulder. How successful? How about 3.978 GPA-graduating-summa-cum-laude successful with a bachelor’s degree in ecology and evolutionary biology? That’s successful. A few turns in her path Like many community college students, Cerrise’s path to a bachelor’s […]