How FRCC Is Supporting Safety & Academic Success
FRCC is committed to your health and safety. We've put measures in place to curb the spread of COVID-19, and our faculty and staff are continually working to ensure you have a safe and successful learning experience.
Find out how FRCC is responding to the COVID-19 crisis, what spring classes will look like, safety guidelines on campus, and learn about various resources available.
Information is changing rapidly, so please check back for the latest updates.
The Latest Update from President Dorsey
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, FRCC President, Andy Dorsey, provides regular updates on how the college is responding.
View President Dorsey's COVID-19 update here.
Spring Class Schedule
FRCC has revised the spring 2021 class schedule to ensure you can be successful and reach your educational goals -- without sacrificing your safety.
Learn more about changes to the Spring 2021 class schedule.
Do you believe you—or another member of the FRCC community—might have COVID-19? We ask students, employees and friends of FRCC to fill out this form if you (or someone you know):
- Has tested positive for COVID-19
- Is going to be tested or is awaiting test results
- Is quarantined due to symptoms
- Has had direct contact with someone who has tested positive
All form submissions will be routed to the appropriate department at the college and we will follow up with you quickly about next steps. Information on confirmed COVID-19 cases impacting FRCC campuses is also available.
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Get information on how Colorado plans to roll out COVID-19 vaccines. Learn more about the phased approach to vaccine distribution, timelines and providers here.
Free COVID-19 Testing Sites
If you are experiencing symptoms or have been around someone with COVID-19, here are resources to help you find a testing site near you.
Tri-County (Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas counties)