Classes may have started but we have more starting in February. So it's not too late to get started this semester!
Check out our listing of unique scholarship opportunities – for financial need and academics – to find one that’s right for you.
An Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree gets you half-way to a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree.
Whether you’re a graduating high school senior, transferring from another college, or in the military, applying to FRCC is easy.
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Do you qualify for in-state tuition? Explore the requirements for establishing residency in Colorado.
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Testing is not required to be admitted to FRCC. However, before enrolling in classes you may need to take a assessment to help you enroll in the right level of classes.
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At orientation you'll get to know what it's like at FRCC, meet other students and your your Pathways Advisor, and register for your first semester classes.
The best way to figure out if FRCC is for you is to visit one of our campuses. Join us for a tour or email us your questions today.
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Learn some interesting facts about our programs, our students and our campuses.
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Want to know how safe our campuses are? Get details on crime statistics, security policies & prevention programs in our annual security report. A paper copy is also available from the Campus Security Office.
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