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Current students can get up to $5,000 in merit and need-based scholarships. Apply by March 1, 2018.
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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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Are you a previous FRCC student and have not taken classes for more than a year? We make it easy to get started quickly.
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Join one of our school-sponsored programs to earn high school AND college credits before you graduate. Explore your options >
Want to take just one or two classes at FRCC and transfer back to another college or university? We make it easy. See how to get started >
Find out how our Veteran Services department can help you get your military transcripts and understand your benefits. Get help from Veteran services >
If you have college-level SAT, ACT, or placement test scores, you might be eligible to attend FRCC for college credit. How to waive age requirements >
Get answers to your questions about DACA and ASSET, and find a list of helpful resources for immigrants and refugees.
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