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Student Organizations at Larimer Campus
Make the most of your time at Front Range Community College by joining one or more student organizations. Getting involved in your campus is a wonderful way to strengthen your leadership and organizational skills and meet other students.
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American Sign Language Club
This club expands the knowledge and awareness of American Sign Language and Deaf Culture. The club will discuss current events, new vocabulary, and upcoming gatherings in the Deaf Community. Students of all skill levels are welcome.
Contact Advisor: Eric Fifer
The Art Club encourages members to embrace, learn, explore and observe a wide variety of art by attending lectures and field trips to art related events and artistic locations.
Contact Advisor: Laurie Zuckerman
This club promotes the enjoyment of automotive related activities and builds relationships with area shops and suppliers.
Contact Advisor: Michael Rudd
This club educates members about careers in business through networking and career preparation activities such as guest speakers and field trips.
Contact Advisor: Tiffany Stites
Campus Crusade for Christ
Welcomes all who want to know more about Christian spirituality! Opportunities to discuss spiritual matters in the form of speakers and media -- all for members' benefit and consideration.
Contact Advisor: Lisa Wegener
The Chess Club teaches and plays the ancient game of chess.
Contact Advisor: Mike Smith
Collegiate Kiwanis International (CKI)
CKI is a community service club that provides students with an opportunity for service, leadership, and fellowship. Our club motto is "Live to serve. Love to serve."
Contact Advisor: Jo Yaromy
Computer Programming Unit
Ever wonder what it takes to program a computer? This club knows! Come and find out!
Contact Advisor: Harry Martin
Are you pursuing a career in interior design or are you just a designer at heart? Recipient of the Student Life Club Service Award in 2009, the Interior Design Club exposes students to interior design through hands-on learning.
Contact Advisors: Nowell Vincent
Game & Rec Club
This club provides a place for people interested in gaming or learning how to play games.
Contact Advisor: Christy Dvorsky
Genders and Sexualities Alliance
The Genders and Sexualities Alliance promotes a safe campus community through diversity education and programs open to student of all sexual orientations. Members will gain an understanding of the issues facing today’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) community.
Contact Advisor: John Young
The History Club's purpose is to protect and preserve history and historical sites for future generations while increasing awareness of the specificity of the past and bringing issues to life.
Contact Advisor: Annaliese Bonacquista
Holistic Health Club
Learn about alternative methods of healing through discussion, hands-on approaches, and helping others.
Contact Advisor: Annita Stansbury
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
The club’s purpose is to see students and faculty transformed, campuses renewed, and world changers developed through study of Christian principles.
Contact Advisor: Drusilla Ledder
L.U.C.H.A. Club (Latino Club)
Open to students of any ethnicity, the L.U.C.H.A. Club (Latino Club) promotes the Latino culture to the campus community through cultural events and promotions.
Contact Advisor: Dion Duran
Music Performance Club
This club provides a place to discuss and share music in a supportive environment. Students can also audition for "Moonlight Acapella!," the a cappella group.
Contact Advisor: Debra Throgmorton
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society is the international honor society for two-year colleges. Membership is based on academic achievement (a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher is required). Our members promote scholarship, fellowship, leadership, service, and involvement in meaningful activities on campus. Learn more.
Contact Advisors: Vicki Eisele
This club provides fellowship with others who enjoy photography through lectures and photography adventures.
Contact Advisor: Karl Dukstein
Whether you are studying psychology at Front Range or are just interested in the mind and human behavior, the Psychology Club is for you. Members meet regularly to discuss/debate current issues and theories.
Contact Advisors: Lucinda Baker
Welcome to the world of Russian! Come speak, learn and enjoy the language and culture.
Contact Advisor: Aurelia Pavlov
The Science Club is for students interested or enrolled in the sciences (biology, chemistry, earth science, geology, astronomy, meteorology, and environmental science).
Contact Advisor: Katie Malara
Society of American Foresters
The Society of American Foresters (SAF) is a social- and service-oriented club that promotes conservation and biological integrity in the forest ecosystem. SAF is a great leadership and learning opportunity for Forestry, Wildlife, and Natural Resource students and any other interested students. Learn more.
Contact Advisors: Ray Aberle
This club practices and improves speaking and understanding Spanish and its cultures around the world.
Contact Advisor: Miriam Carrasquel
Student Government Association
Have an active voice on campus: Participate in your student government. SGA members strengthen their leadership skills, represent students on important campus issues, and strive to make a positive impact.
Contact Advisor: Mary Branton-Housley
Student Nursing Association
The Student Nursing Association is designed to help students achieve their academic and professional goals in the health care industry. The association promotes school and community involvement, provides networking opportunities, and brings together nursing students.
Contact Advisor: Victor Duarte
Student Veterans Group
The Student Veterans Group seeks to provide veterans assistance with meeting and executing all initial school registration requirements. They provide veterans access to organizations that will support their transition to FRCC. The organization will offer ways to maximize academic success and professional growth while attending FRCC. They also help provide assistance to veterans who have not completed their separation packages, increasing awareness of the required paperwork and providing assistance on the required paperwork to ensure they collect their maximum benefits for their service, as well as their VA benefits.
Contact Advisor: Josh DeSanti
Student Veterinary Technician Association
The Student Veterinary Technician Association guides veterinarian technology students and others who are interested in veterinary sciences. Learn more.
Contact Advisors: Kim Schmidt or Elizabeth Bauer
Students for Sustainability
This club educates the student body about sustainability and works toward a vision of a sustainable campus.
Contact Advisor: Naomi Walsh
Women in Technical Trades
Women in Technical Trades is a support and networking group open to all FRCC and high school students and community members studying or working in the technical trades.
Contact Advisor: Joyce Benesh-Williams
Writers on the Storm
Writers on the Storm is a creative writing club that strives to help students fine-tune their craft and get published.
Contact Advisor: William Foster