FRCC COVID-19 Updates

FRCC COVID-19 Updates

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.

Here you can find out how FRCC is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, learn about the COVID-19 vaccine, get information on what summer and fall classes will look like, safety guidelines on campus and tap into various resources available.

Information is changing rapidly, so please check back for the latest updates. 

COVID-19 Vaccine Information 

While the COVID-19 vaccine is not required to join us on campus or to attend courses, FRCC is encouraging all members of our community to get vaccinated. Getting the COVID-19 vaccine is safe, effective and free. In Colorado, the vaccine is available to anyone 12 and older.

Join Us at One of Our COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics!

Front Range Community College is having our first COVID Vaccine Clinics this summer—one on each of our three campuses. They’re open to all students and employees, as well as the general public. During these clinics, the Pfizer vaccine will be administered in partnership with TrueCare 24. Anyone 12 years of age and older can participate. For more information, review the FDA's fact sheet for Pfizer.


10 am – 1 pm

Thursday, June 10, 2021 (Dose 1)

Thursday, July 1, 2021 (Dose 2)


Boulder County Campus (Student Commons), 2121 Miller Drive in Longmont

Larimer Campus (Longs Peak Student Center), 4616 S. Shields Street in Fort Collins

Westminster Campus (Rocky Mountain Room, C-0070, Entrance 2A/2B), 3645 W. 112th Avenue

Register now:

Click on the registration links for the campus where you plan to receive your vaccines:

Your will receive a follow-up email with instructions to select your appointment time and complete your registration for the event.


Didn’t make an appointment? That’s OK. You can also just show up.

On the Day of the Event:

  • Bring a photo ID.
  • Wear loose clothing that will allow access to your upper arm.
  • Immediately after vaccination, you will be asked to wait for 15-30 minutes in the recovery area to ensure your health and safety is a priority.
  • Wear a mask at all times while in the testing area; no exceptions.
  • An important reminder: If you're currently sick, please do not come in for your vaccine, as it's best to remain home and not expose others.

More COVID-19 Information

Making a vaccine appointment is easy! There are many different resources to help you find an appointment that works for you.  

  • COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective
  • You may experience side effects after vaccination. These are normal and should go away in a few days. 
  • It typically takes two weeks after vaccination for the body to build protection (immunity) against the virus that causes COVID-19. You are not fully vaccinated until two weeks after the second dose of a two-dose vaccine or two weeks after a one-dose vaccine. 
  • Learn how to find a COVID-19 vaccine so you can get it as soon as possible. 
  • People who have been fully vaccinated can start to do some things that they had stopped doing because of the pandemic.

The COVID-19 vaccine is completely free for everyone, and many providers do not require any documentation to receive the vaccine.

COVID-19 vaccination providers cannot

  • Charge you for the vaccine 
  • Charge you directly for any administration fees, copays, coinsurance, or the balance of the bill after appropriate reimbursement 
  • Deny vaccination to anyone who does not have health insurance coverage, is underinsured, or is out of network 
  • Charge an office visit or other fee to the recipient if the only service provided is a COVID-19 vaccination
  • Require additional services in order for a person to receive a COVID-19 vaccine; however, additional healthcare services can be provided at the same time and billed as appropriate 

CDC's Key Things To Know

You can even get a free ride to your vaccination. Don’t let transportation challenges stop you—or other people you know—from getting vaccinated. Here’s how to get a lift at no cost:

  • Mile High United Way’s Ride United program provides access to free rides to vaccination sites across Colorado, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. -5 p.m. Call 2-1-1 now to learn more.
    • Lyft and Uber are also offering free transportation to and from vaccine clinics.

    The state of Colorado has implemented a $1 million lottery for every Coloradan who gets vaccinated against COVID-19. If you’re vaccinated and over 18, you’re automatically entered to win.

    As part of this public health initiative, the Colorado Lottery will conduct a random weekly drawing on behalf of the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment to identify one vaccinated Colorado resident each week to win a million-dollar cash prize.

    It can take a few days for information to be entered into the system, so you should try to get vaccinated as far in advance of the drawings as possible. The last day to qualify is June 30. The winner of each drawing will be announced on June 4, June 11, June 18, June 25 and July 7. See all the details and rules at

    Already Vaccinated?

    Encourage others in the FRCC community by taking part in our #VaccineSelfie campaign. Get campaign information here.

    COVID-19 Reporting

    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.

    Reporting Form 

    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)

    Broomfield County

    Boulder County

    Larimer County

    CARES ACT Report & Disclosure

    Financial Aid HEERF Report

    See how the CARES ACT is helping FRCC students

    Institution HEERF Report

    See Current Report
    Past Institution HEERF Reports

    SIP HEERF Report

    See Report
    SIP HEERF report cumulative

    The Latest Update from President Dorsey

    Learn how FRCC will be delivering classes for summer and fall 2021.

    View President Dorsey's COVID-19 update here.

    Contact Us

    Boulder County Campus

    (303) 678-3628 | Email Us

    Brighton Center 

    (303) 404-5099 | Email Us

    Larimer Campus

    (970) 226-2500 | Email Us

    Westminster Campus

    (303) 404-5300 | Email Us