Student Organizations & Involvement

Student Handbook

Find everything you need to know about being in an FRCC student in the Student Planner and Handbook.

Student Organizations

Meet new people, build your leadership skills and round out your resume by starting or joining a student organization. From art to business to public speaking, we’ve got student organizations for almost every Career and Academic Community and interest area.

Student Government 

To make an impact on FRCC policies, procedures and student rights, join the Student Government Association (SGA). That’s where it all happens.

Events, Activities, and Other Student Resources

Events & Activities

Check out our latest issue of the Stall Street Journal, a bi-weekly publication brought to you by the Student Life Office. Take advantage of visiting artists, educational talks, film screenings, and more. The event and activity calendar is always growing, so check back often. Or check out the latest issue of Stall Stories for current campus news.

Wolf Welcome is a series of events that occur the first six weeks of the semester to make your transition to FRCC more successful.

Boulder County Commons

The Commons is the hub of campus activities, including a café, bookstore, and more.

WOLF Pantry

The WOLF (Wolves Overcoming Lack of Food) Pantry is a food pantry located on the Boulder County Campus, and is available to all students, staff and faculty. The pantry stocks a variety of food items, such as peanut butter, canned goods, bread and more. Selection varies depending on food deliveries and donations.

To use the WOLF Pantry, please fill out this request form.

Events & Activities

Check your student email or view our calendar to learn about upcoming Larimer events, opportunities and announcements. You can also text 'FRCC' to 24966 to get updates sent to your phone. 

Student Life

The Student Life Office is the hub for student involvement on campus. We oversee New Student Orientation, Wolf Welcome, Campus Activities, Student Organization, Event Services and more. Follow us on Instagram or Facebook to stay in the loop.

Student Awards

The Vice President's Office and the Student Life Office are now accepting nominations for 2021-2022 Larimer Campus Student Awards Ceremony. All students are encouraged to nominate their peers for any or all award categories! Submit your nomination!

Student Newspaper, "The Reporter"

The Reporter delivers relevant news, including campus activities, community events, and anything that impacts the student experience. We seek to create a platform where students are included, informed, and able to share their work.   

Longs Peak Student Center

The Student Center is home to the Student Life office, Peak Café, and Campus Store. Grab a bite to eat, buy your books, or find a quiet place to study. 

Events & Activities

Check out our latest issue of the Stall Street Journal (SSJ), a bi-weekly publication brought to you by the Student Life Office. The SSJ includes upcoming on-campus programs, student organization events, and professional development opportunities to name a few!

Take advantage of open mic nights, carnivals, a no-talent show, and more. The event and activity calendar is always changing, so check it often or stop by the Student Life Office for more information - Room C0560.

Wolf Welcome is a series of events that occur the first six weeks of the semester to make your transition to FRCC more successful.  

Leadership Programming

Through our leadership programming, we help students realize their strengths and develop their leadership skills to use in school, at work, and throughout their lives. Learn more about our programming.

Student Newspaper, "The Front Page"

The Front Page is dedicated to representing the college’s unique mix of students. The paper prides itself on diversity of stories covered, interviews conducted, and viewpoints represented. The Front Page recently transitioned from print to online, making stories more applicable and accessible. The paper strives to involve readers in the news.

High Plains Fitness Center

The on-campus fitness center offers strength training equipment, free weights, a wide selection of cardio machines, Wolf Play Intramurals League, a yoga and dance studio, and a variety of group fitness classes. All free for members. Currently enrolled students can become members by filling out the registration packet and bringing their Wolf Card. See classes and hours.

Student Center

The Student Center is the hub of campus activities, including the bistro, coffee den, game room, bookstore, and more.

The Online Student Union is an open forum for students.

  • It is not a credit class and participation is not required.
  • Find it in your list of courses in Desire2Learn (D2L).

What students are saying about the OSU:

“I like that it’s a place for online students to meet each other. It’s easy, as an online student to feel like you’re by yourself. In reality, there are a lot of people going through the same difficulties as you. The discussion board is really helpful in breaking down some walls that are created by computers.” – FRCC Student

“It’s an awesome way to connect with each other. They have good advice and bring up important topics and discussions.” – FRCC Student

Students use the Online Student Union to:

  • Get involved
  • Share their voice
  • Find resources
  • Meet new people
  • Connect with their Career & Academic Community
  • Win prizes
  • Have Fun!

To join the Online Student Union, search for the course in D2L, and pin it to your courses. Now you’re ready to participate!

Boulder County Campus
Classroom Building C, Room 1458
303-678-3742
Larimer Campus
Longs Peak Student Center, Room 100
970-204-8243
Westminster Campus
Westminster Student Center, Room C0560
303-404-5314
Online Learning

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