Students have many questions when deciding to earn a college degree. Do they need a two-year or a four-year degree? How much is this going to cost? How long will it take? One very important consideration is the transferability of a degree earned from one college to another. Enroll as a Junior Colorado students can […]
Front Range Community College students who graduate from FRCC’s Interpreter Preparation Program now have an opportunity to transfer to Gallaudet University, the only university in the world that offers both an undergraduate and graduate degrees in American Sign Language-English Interpretation. The transfer agreement was completed simultaneously at FRCC’s Westminster Campus and at Gallaudet’s campus in […]
For 227 former Front Range Community College students, a college degree is within reach, thanks to the implementation this week of a new “reverse transfer” program in Colorado. The 227 students earned at least 15 college-transfer credits at FRCC before transferring to a participating four-year college in Colorado, where they have continued to earn at […]
A.A., A.S., A.A.S., A.G.S…talk about a lot of acronyms! What do they all mean? Hopefully this will help you break it down. In most cases, it’s easy peasy: if it’s got 2 letters, it’s a transfer degree. If it’s got 3 letters, it’s a technical degree. Basically, we separate it into those two tracks. I […]
Alberto Lopez Dayer’s life got turned upside down when he was a student majoring in aeronautical engineering at the Polytechnic University of Madrid in Spain. His senior year, he met his future wife, who was teaching in a bilingual elementary school in Madrid through the North American Language and Culture Assistants in Spain program. Alberto had a year left of school and …
A degree from the University of Colorado Denver can begin at one of the Colorado Community College System campuses under a new program called the CC to CU Denver Admission Promise. The program will provide joint admission at a Colorado Community College and the University of Colorado Denver as well as on-campus advising from the University of Colorado Denver and from the Colorado Community Colleges as part of guaranteed seamless transfer between the institutions.