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FRCC has a student code of conduct document that FRCC students are expected to follow. The code of conduct includes information on students’ rights, freedoms, and responsibilities.Conduct which violates student rights and freedoms is subject to disciplinary action. In addition, there is information about the student disciplinary and judicial procedures along with student grievance procedures.
If you have concerns or questions about a student's conduct, contact the Dean of Student Services on your campus:
- Boulder County: (303) 678-3621
- Larimer: (970) 204-8379
- Westminster: (303) 404.5602
Boulder County does not have a student newspaper at this time.
Larimer Campus has a student newspaper called The Rangeview.
Westminster Campus has The The Front Page student newspaper.
Each campus also has a monthly newsletter that is posted in the bathroom stalls. It lists campus events and activities and is produced by the Student Life Office.
Student Life seeks to expose students to a variety of activities and opportunities, fostering leadership and teamwork skills that will benefit them now and in the future. We recognize that learning takes place both in and outside of the classroom. As such, Student Life is committed to helping students become active members of our college and community.
See what Student Life has to offer you.
We have many single parents on each of our Front Range campuses. There is not a special program for single parents on the Boulder or Westminster campus, but the academic advising department will help anyone who is a single parent with resources and other assistance.
Please talk to an advisor about options for single parents. (303) 678-3722
Please talk to an advisor about options for single parents. (303) 404-5000
The Single Parent Program is a free program offered to any single-parent student who is pursuing a degree or technical certificate at FRCC Larimer Campus. Learn how to get involved.
Each FRCC campus has a Student Life department that offers a variety of events and activities for students. Take advantage of open mic nights, carnivals, a no-talent show, and more. The event and activity calendar is always growing, so check back often.
Each campus offers bus passes. See how to get them at your campus.
Offers monthly bus passes for sale (Local, Regional & Express). Contact Student life at (303) 404-5314 for more information.
Has discounted Transfort bus passes. Contact the Information center at (970) 204-8350.
Boulder County Campus:
The Student Government Association offers limited ticket books for sale. Contact the SGA office at (303) 678-3740
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