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, our Fall 2015 Class Schedule, or search and register online for a class.
Hot Picks for Fall!
Master essential accounting skills in our new hands-on six-week course!
Build Your Own Website
Whether you need to design and build a web site for business or personal use, this hands on workshop will show you how!
American Sign Language (ASL)
Did you know ASL is the third 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.
Foreign Languages - French, Italian, Spanish
Learn to speak a new language in one of our six-week French, Italian, or Spanish courses!
Heartsaver© CPR AED
This hands-on three-hour CPR class will help you to become proficient with adult and child CPR and AED use, as well as infant CPR.
Real Estate Professional Pre-Licensing
Prepare yourself for a rewarding career in Real Estate with our Real Estate Professional Pre-Licensing course. This course has been approved by DORA, the Department of Regulatory Agencies, Division of Real Estate.
Novel Writing: Fiction & Memoir
Join award-winning author Kathryn Mattingly in our new hands-on six-week workshop, as she introduces you to the art of novel writing!
Microsoft Excel 2013 Skills
Whether you are new to Excel or need to refresh your skills, we have the right class for you. We offer hands-on classes for all skill levels - basic, intermediate, and advanced.
Welding for Fun
Want to try your hand at welding? Explore it with our popular Welding for Fun class. New sessions weekly - materials included!
Interior Design for Fun
Discover your eye for design with Interior Design for Fun - materials included!
Learn about the difference between celiac disease and gluten intolerance or sensitivity, including testing, dietary guidelines, and more!