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Seven classrooms, five lab areas, and more learning space for students in Automotive Technology, Manufacturing and Energy Technology, and Welding Technology.
Earn your AA or AS degree at FRCC in two years, then apply the credits to a bachelor’s degree at CSU.
With nearly 1 in 4 Poudre and Thompson district grads enrolling at our Fort Collins campus, chances are you’ll know lots of students.
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4616 S. Shields Street
Fort Collins, CO 80526 See map & directions
Phone: (970) 226-2500
Fax: (970) 204-8484
1501 Academy Ct.
Fort Collins, CO 80524 See map & directions
Phone: (970) 204-8327
800 S. Taft
Loveland, CO 80537 See map & directions
Phone: (970) 613-7580
High School Recognition Ceremony: May 11, Thompson Valley High School English as a Second Language (ESL) Recognition Ceremony: May 13, Larimer Campus Center for Adult Learning in Fort Collins GED …
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