Registration for summer classes opens in early April. Check out what classes are being offered.
Get resources and answers to frequently asked questions about how immigration status affects undocumented students at FRCC.
These six amazing FRCC students were selected from more than 1,700 Phi Theta Kappa honor society students from more than a thousand colleges.
Many college-level courses, military training classes, and vocational certificates are eligible for FRCC credit.
If you are at the beginning of your college journey, here are a few definitions you may find helpful.
Ready to get started? These six simple steps will get you started at Front Range Community College.
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Whether you’re a transfer student, international student or in the military, applying to FRCC is easy.
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Our experienced advisors are here to help you navigate programs, courses, requirements, and future plans.
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Testing is not required to be admitted to FRCC. However, before enrolling in classes you may need to take a placement test to help you enroll in the right level of classes.
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Transferring credits from another college or university? Here’s everything you need to know about the process.
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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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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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