Earn High School and College Credit
Through concurrent enrollment, your child can take college-level classes while in high school. This gives them the opportunity to earn credit in both high school and college for the classes taken while having the dual support of both institutions.
College Instructors and Curriculum
Students may be able to take courses at their high school or on the FRCC campus. Courses are taught by college-qualified instructors and provide students a rigorous college experience.
Students will work with their high school counselor and FRCC staff to identify appropriate courses based on their future goals, whether they plan to enroll at a two-year or four-year institution or enter the workforce after graduation.
All students will complete the FRCC admissions application and all courses taken will appear on a FRCC transcript.
Save Big with Concurrent Enrollment
Students' tuition is paid by the high school or district. That adds up to big savings in college tuition after high school.
For example, during the 2023-2024 academic year, students will save $280.20 per credit for regular resident on-campus classes. If 15 credits are completed while in high school, that's a savings of over $4,203*!
Learn more about tuition costs and fees that you may be responsible for paying.
*Total tuition saved includes Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend
No Residency Requirements
Students are welcome to take concurrent enrollment classes in high school regardless of residency.