We recommend meeting with an academic advisor each semester to ensure you will complete your certificate and/or degree on time with the classes you need. You can make a 30-minute to 1-hour appointment during most times of the year. If you aren’t able to come to campus, you can schedule a phone advising appointment or email your campus advising office.
Frequently Asked Questions
Students often have many questions to ask advisors. The following may help answer some of those questions:
Campus Advising Offices
See advising hours, contact information and services offered at each campus advising office.
Online Students and Advising
As an online student, you are welcome to come to any of our campuses and speak with an advisor, but we realize this is not always a possibility. Email us to get advising questions answered or schedule a phone appointment (see contact information to the right). We will respond within 24-48 hours Monday - Friday.
Schedule of Classes
You can find a listing of courses currently being offered on eWOLF or here.
The college catalog provides information on the degrees and certificates offered at FRCC, required classes, class descriptions and college policies and procedures.
Admissions & Records — Get official transcript evaluation, residency, add/drop classes, etc.
Career Services — Take career assessments, find internships, get job search assistance
Cashier’s Office — Pay for classes, set up a payment plan, refunds, questions about CCCS Refund Card
Crisis Counseling & Stress Management — Talk with a counselor about crisis and stress management issues
Financial Aid — Apply for scholarships, loans, grants, work study
Student Life — Get involved with student activities and clubs, Wolf Card student ID information
Testing Center — Take the Accuplacer assessment, learn about exemptions from Accuplacer
Transferring — Talk with an academic advisor about transferring to another college, the timeline for transferring, etc.
Veterans — Get information on certification and advising for veterans, dependents, and students currently enlisted in the military.