Becoming an HSI is an intentional commitment to being a college where Latinx students thrive. Being an HSI matters—for our students, our college & for Colorado.
As we celebrate our graduates this spring, we hear a lot of powerful stories about their experience. Here’s one from a graduate of our Boulder County campus.
TRIO programs support students who come from limited-income families, are first generation college students, or have a documented disability.
FRCC alumna Zaira Villalobos overcame her own challenges in order to take on college and eventually med school—all with the end goal of helping others.
Going to college is a big step for any student—but if you’re a first-generation college student, you may have some extra questions. Here are some tips…
Funds will support a new TRIO program at the college’s campus in Longmont, as well as the existing program in Westminster. The U.S. Department of Education has selected Front Range Community College to receive two federal grants of $1.3 million each—to help more students succeed in and graduate from college. The money will allow FRCC’s […]
Understanding the Student-Parent Experience One-fourth of all community college students are parents, and yet this large portion of our student population remains largely unseen. In addition to the usual challenges that college students face—homework, navigating schedules and paying for college—student-parents have the added challenge of securing affordable, quality child care. And they don’t just need […]
Longmont, Colo. – In the spirit of celebrating Front Range Community College’s 50th anniversary, several upcoming presentations will focus on 1968—the year the college first opened. FRCC’s Boulder County campus periodically hosts Front Range Educational Discussions (FRED Talks), inviting college and community leaders to share their stories. Throughout this academic year, the FRED Talk series […]