If you know the name of a faculty or staff member, you can search our online directory.
To contact a department see our Academic Departments webpage.
See contact information in this A-Z listing of other college departments, such as Admissions & Outreach or Financial Aid.
We do not have a student directory.
If you need assistance or need general information, please call your main campus:
Boulder County Campus: (303) 678-3722
Brighton Center: (303) 404-5099
Larimer Campus: (970) 226-2500
Westminster Campus: (303) 404-5000
How do I contact the Financial Aid Office and when are they open?
How do I contact Human Resources?
How do I contact the Admissions Office?
Front Range Community College offers a wide range of library services to students, faculty, staff, and, on some campuses, the public. See the library webpage for more information.
Online research databases
See the library webpage for more information.
Detailed building layouts are available online and can be printed as a PDF. There are also driving directions to each campus location. Get maps and directions.
FRCC does not offer on- or off-campus housing. We recommend students search for housing options on Housing Helpers, rent.com or the local newspaper.You can also contact your Student Life department for additional suggestions.
You can withdraw from your courses for the semester you are enrolled. Look at your detailed class schedule available on the Registration page in eWOLF for drop and withdraw deadlines specific to each class. It is recommended that you speak with an advisor prior to dropping or withdrawing from a course It is important to check with the cashier’s office and financial aid regarding any outstanding balances and/or financial consequences.
To drop or withdraw from a class, log in to your eWOLF account and click on the Add/Drop Classes icon on the Dashboard. Or you can complete, sign, and submit a drop/add form at the Admissions and Records Office on your campus.
See the semester academic calendar for important dates.
Andy Dorsey is the President of FRCC. View the President’s Welcome page or meet the campus vice presidents and the cabinet on our website. You can also read the president's blog posts.
Contact information for the Human Resources Office at each FRCC campus:
Westminster / Brighton Center
To view a list of our current job openings, please visit our careers website.
Normal business hours for most FRCC departments are 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Mon-Thurs and 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. on Friday. Contact departments for specific hours of operation.
The general campus hours listed below are when buildings are typically open.
Boulder County Campus
Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Saturday 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Monday - Friday 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Saturday 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Please call the appropriate campus to find out information about a Dean.
Disability Services at each of our campuses assists students with documented disabilities in acquiring the skills and tools necessary for success in the classroom and the workplace. Students with documented disabilities may qualify for:
Learn more about our disability services and how to get support.
Front Range Community College is located in northern Colorado and serves more than 25,000 people annually from 4 locations in Brighton, Fort Collins, Longmont, Westminster.
We also offer a comprehensive Online Learning program, so we are as close as your nearest Internet connection.
There is not a health care center on campus. Please contact your Student Life department for information about off-campus options.
FRCC does not assume responsibility for students injured during class or while on campus. The college highly recommends students carry their own health insurance. FRCC does not offer or endorse any specific health or dental insurance for students.
Each campus has a café:
FRCC does not offer varsity or intramural sports. We do, however, offer a variety clubs, activities and events at our campuses through Student Life.
FRCC is a public two-year community college. We offer Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS), Associate of Applied Science (AAS) and Associate of General Studies (AGS) degrees. Nearly three-fourths of FRCC students transfer to a four-year school to continue their education. See transfer degree options.
We also offer more than 100 certificate programs that can be earned in one-year or less.
At FRCC we strive to provide a safe and secure educational and work environment for students, faculty, and staff. See our current campus security report.
Click the Google map below for directions to your campus. In addition, campus maps are available.
FRCC does not offer insurance.
FRCC does not assume responsibility for students injured during class or while on campus. The college highly recommends students carry their own health insurance. FRCC does not offer or endorse any specific health or dental insurance for students. Health insurance brochures are available at each campus’s Student Life office.
To receive information about our college you can request information using this form.
The FRCC mascot is the wolf and our school colors are blue and black.
Below is information about the gym facilities available on each campus.
There is not a gym at the Boulder County Campus.
Larimer Campus Fitness Center
Westminster Campus Fitness Center
Most FRCC students juggle multiple responsibilities – balancing work, family and career preparation. Especially in difficult times, a scholarship can make all the difference. Without this support, many deserving students are unable to pursue their dream of a higher education. See more information about giving opportunities.
Front Range Community College is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission. Learn more about FRCC accreditation.
In addition to college accreditation, many FRCC programs have special accreditation.
See FRCC programs accredited by special agencies.
FRCC does not offer child care services on campus, however, there are resources that may be helpful. Please talk to an advisor about child care options that may be available to you.
The Larimer Campus offers a range of support services to single parents in our Single Parent Program. Limited grant funding is available to defray the cost of child care. Please see the Single Parent Program counselor to discuss options that might be available.
If there are school closures or delays, information will be posted on the homepage of frontrange.edu.
Get text, phone and/or email alerts for any school closings or emergencies. Log in to eWOLF and go to the Student Resources page, and under "Campus Safety & Security" click on "Update your emergency contact information."
See all ways to learn about FRCC delays and closures.
As the largest community college in Colorado, Front Range Community College serves more than 25,000 people annually from three campuses, one learning center, numerous outreach sites associated with the campuses and through online learning.
Today, more than 3,000 students attend our Boulder County Campus, more than 8,000 attend the Larimer Campus and about 8,700 students attend the Westminster Campus. The Brighton Learning Center serves about 400 students each year.
What are FRCC Legal notices?
See Legal Notices and Disclaimers to view FRCC policies.
The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA) requires FRCC to provide specific consumer information to prospective and current students. See HEOA disclosures.
At the Boulder County Campus in Longmont, we provide campus tours upon request. We are happy to walk you through the Enrollment Checklist, explore programs, answer any questions you have about FRCC, and show you around campus! Please call (303) 678-3722 to schedule your visit with our Admissions and Outreach team at FRCC in Longmont!
The Front Desk staff at the Brighton Center can provide general information on the enrollment process, answer questions you have about FRCC, and show you around campus. Schedule a tour online or call the Brighton Center at (303) 637-3017 to schedule an appointment to meet with an Academic Advisor who can provide more information about specific programs.
At the Larimer Campus, we have tour slots available every weekday. We are happy to walk you through the Enrollment Checklist, explore programs, answer any questions you have about FRCC, and show you around campus! Please call (970) 204-8377 to schedule your visit with our Admissions and Outreach team at FRCC in Fort Collins!
WestminsterAt the Westminster Campus we offer tours as a part of our weekly Pathways to College Information Sessions. We are happy to walk you through the Enrollment Checklist, answer any questions you have about FRCC, answer any questions you have about FRCC, and show you around campus! Please refer to the Campus Calendar for information session dates and times. Call our Admissions & Outreach Office at (303) 404-5000 for more information.
At FRCC our mission is to enrich lives though learning. Student success, diversity, strong partnerships, and sustainability are among our top priorities. Learn more about our strategic plan and values.
Front Range Community College Open Houses
Explore Your Options. Explore Your Future.
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One of the best ways to find out if a college is the right fit for you is to visit the campus, talk with students and faculty, and see everything the school has to offer. An open house is a great way to do all of these things. Everyone interested in Front Range Community College is invited. Family members and friends are welcome and encouraged to attend.
There are no Open House events scheduled at this time. For more information, call (303) 404-5000.
To learn more about FRCC offerings, you may schedule a tour or request information online. We’ll be happy to meet with you to answer your questions and help you determine if FRCC is the right fit for you.
If you have decided that FRCC is the place for you, please apply and begin the How to Get Started steps.
The Testing Centers on our three campuses provide proctoring services for students attending other institutions. There is a $25.00 fee for each exam proctored at a Testing Center.
Diversity among faculty, administration and staff is one measure of quality within academic institutions. We seek to create greater diversity so that we reflect our communities.
The following statistics for the 2012 academic year provide the general makeup of FRCC’s student body:
See more quick facts about FRCC.
FRCC is an equal opportunity educational institution and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or programs, activities, and employment.
Public Transit is available close to each of the campuses. See RTD for a full bus schedule or call (303) 299-6000.
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