FRCC is hosting an information fair to connect veterans and their families with resources available to support them in northern Colorado.
Front Range Community College has been awarded designation as a Military Friendly® School, ranked No. 2 in the country in the large community college category, according to the website militaryfriendly.com.
For Chris Sarracino, success in college required two key ingredients: maturity and fatherhood. Going back to school at FRCC has helped him manage a busy life while working and parenting. After successfully completing his associate degree, he’s now moving on to his bachelor’s at Metropolitan State University of Denver.
In honor of National Armed Forces Day (May 18) and Memorial Day (May 27), please join FRCC in celebrating the commitment and sacrifices of the men and women in the five branches of the U.S. Military. We honor our fallen soldiers—and have enduring respect for veterans and those currently serving in the Army, Navy, Marines, […]
Front Range Community College is a Military Friendly® School, ranked No. 1 in the large community college category, the website militaryfriendly.com says. The designation recognizes a schools “commitment, effort, and success in creating sustainable and meaningful benefit for the military community” – active duty, guard, veterans, and military spouses. Military Friendly® takes data from public […]
In 1919, on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, the Allied nations and Germany finally agreed to an armistice after more than four years of fighting. Ninety-five years after the end of World War I, on November 11, we honor our American veterans who have served our country and fought […]
As a Marine, Jason Sydoriak served two deployments in Iraq and one in Afghanistan, where he was wounded when an improvised explosive device struck the vehicle in which he was riding. The explosion shattered his left heel bone. His ankle now is fused. As a student at Front Range, Jason still has a call to […]
More and more veterans are coming back from war and then signing up for school. With the Iraq war over and the War in Afghanistan coming to an end there is little room for service members to stay in as the military draws down. Thankfully with the educational benefits of the Post 9/11 GI bill […]