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A generous donation from the Hoover family will help support students and the new Center for Integrated Manufacturing.
FRCC's partnership with Associates in Family Medicine in Fort Collins is allowing Medical Assistant students to receive paid on-the-job training.
This new partnership will allow students to start their bachelor's degree in ASL- English Interpreting Studies at FRCC and smoothly transfer into UNC.
This new grant will support the Wolves to Rams Scholar program to help students to transfer to CSU to earn a bachelor's degree in a STEM field.
A bachelor's degree is valuable in many career paths—but there are also situations in which it makes good sense to earn an associate degree.
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The Larimer Small Business Development Center (SBDC) will receive a $20,000 grant from the Fort Collins-based Blue Ocean Foundation. The funding will support the SBDC’s work with local small business owners,…
My name is Sid Simonson and I am a proud alumnus of Front Range Community College. I am currently a finance and business operations lead at Lockheed Martin Corporation in the com…
There’s so much to think about when you first enroll at a new college: what classes to take, what careers you’d like to explore, how to achieve your goals, and much mo…
Donation will fund scholarships and purchase equipment for new Center for Integrated Manufacturing. Colorado philanthropists Suzanne and David Hoover have pledged to donate $1 million to Front Range Community College (FRCC) …
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