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Continuing Education

Interested in taking a course for personal or business reasons—but don’t need the credit? These classes are for you.

Non-Credit Classes On-Campus or Online

Continuing Education classes are offered at the FRCC Larimer Campus. Online non-credit classes are offered by Ed2Go and U Got Class.

Registration is always open!

View/print our Summer 2015 Class Schedule, or search and register online for a class.

Hot Picks for Summer!  

Fundraising Event Boot Camp

Discover how to find sponsors, create sponsorship packages, recruit volunteers, plan marketing events, set ticket prices, and conduct post-event evaluations.


Gluten-Free 101

Learn about the difference between celiac disease and gluten intolerance or sensitivity, including testing, dietary guidelines, and more.


Microsoft Excel 2013 skills

Our hands-on Microsoft Excel 2013 classes are only $179 per class, textbook included!


Heartsaver© CPR AED

This hands-on CPR course will help you to become proficient with adult and child CPR and AED use, as well as infant CPR. One three-hour class for $59.


American Sign Language (ASL)

Did you know ASL is the 3rd most-used language in the United States?  In this 6-week introductory class, you will learn the basics of ASL, including: numbers, fingerspelling, and common phrases​. $199 including materials.


Welding for Fun

Want to try your hand at welding?  Explore it with our popular Welding for Fun class. Only $119, materials included, with new sessions weekly!


Interior Design for Fun

Discover your eye for design with Interior Design for Fun.  Only $159, materials included!


Helpful Information

Register Now!

Classes are not for credit, so you can register anytime during the semester.

Register online now or register by phone at 970-204-8686.

If you have questions or need help, contact us.

Contact Continuing Education
Front Range Community College
Larimer Campus
1501 Academy Court
Fort Collins, CO 80524
See map & get directions.

(970) 204-8686 │ Email us
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