An FRCC librarian shares their personal journey from being a lonely teen to feeling welcome and supported. Read Pam’s story.
This Sunday is the first time we’ll celebrate Juneteenth as both a federal and state holiday in Colorado. It’s a day that should be recognized by all Americans.
This summer, the College Hill Library building is closed for a large-scale HVAC project. Find out what (and where) library services will be available.
You may not have heard of Prior Learning Assessment (PLA). But knowing what it is—and how to get it—can help you finish college sooner. And save you money!
As the world celebrates PRIDE month in June, staff and faculty at FRCC took time to reflect on what PRIDE means to us as a college community—and as individuals.
Dear FRCC Community,
I am deeply saddened to write yet another message in response to heartbreaking mass shootings.
During Mental Health Awareness Month in May, we’re encouraged to end the stigma around discussing mental health issues. Student Maia Hawkins reminds us why.
As we celebrate our graduates this spring, we hear many powerful stories. This grad speaks about what she learned—and how she benefitted—from being vulnerable.