High School Students Get Started
To enroll at FRCC simply follow the steps below.
STEP 1: Complete an Application
Apply online or download a paper application.
Turn in your Concurrent Enrollment Agreement and Registration Form to your high school counselor. Check with your high school counselor for any additional paperwork that must be completed to enroll.
STEP 2:Take Assessment Test
Take the Accuplacer assessment for appropriate course placement. You do not need to take the assessment if you received the following minimum scores on the ACT or SAT test:
STEP 3: Meet with FRCC Staff to Discuss Scores and Registration
- ACT – English 18, Math 19, and/or Reading 17
- SAT – Critical Reading 440, and/or Math 460
Make an appointment to meet with a staff member at the campus you plan to attend to review your assessment scores and further discuss steps to enroll.
STEP 4: Get Tuition Assistance
- Boulder County Campus—(303) 678-3764
- Larimer Campus—(970) 204-8226
- Westminster Campus/Brighton Center—(303) 404-5212
Apply for the College Opportunity Fund (COF). All students who are classified as Colorado residents for tuition purposes must complete a stipend application to receive their portion of state-paid tuition. Learn more about the COF.
STEP 5: Register for Classes
Register for classes online. You can download step-by-step instructions to guide you through online registration.
If you are a student enrolling classes outside of Concurrent Enrollment, you are responsible for paying for courses by the FRCC payment deadline for the semester you are enrolled.
STEP 6: Buy Books
Buy your books at one of the FRCC campus bookstores. Getting prepared and organized before classes begin will help ensure your success at FRCC.
STEP 7: Get FRCC Student ID
The Wolf Card is the official ID card for FRCC. It gives you access to the library, computer labs, and other services on campus. Bring a valid photo ID and your current class schedule to your campus bookstore to get your Wolf Card.
STEP 8: Attend Orientation
Attend New Student Orientation to learn more about FRCC, how to access all available resources, and how you can make the most of your college experience.