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When we opened our doors in 1968, more than 1,800 students crowded into two metal buildings. See photos, videos and more of how we've changed over the years to become the largest community college in the state.
Congratulations to these eight FRCC students who received awards for their academic excellence, leadership and service.
FRCC is hosting two summer camps in June for 6th-8th graders in Fort Collins. Choose from an art exploration or a STEM adventures camp. Space is limited.
The 34th Annual FRCC Golf Tournament raises money for student scholarships. You'll have fun AND give back. Join us on Friday June 8.
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Discover more than 1,000 classes—in everything from accounting to welding—along with descriptions and schedules.
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finals are stressful. I asked my Facebook friends to send notes to our students as they prepare to take their finals. I received thoughtful responses from all over the world. …
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