Visiting students can take a couple classes and easily transfer the credits to another school.
Classes are filling up, but there's still time to register.
Simply fill out an application, submit a transfer request, and order your transcript. We’ll take it from there.
Save time and money by earning credit for college while you’re still in high school. We make it easy.
Get started by filling out our online application or downloading a printable application that you can fill out and mail in. Submit online application >
Do you qualify for in-state tuition? Explore the requirements for establishing residency in Colorado. See residency requirements >
Transferring credits from another college or university? Here’s everything you need to know about the process. How to transfer credits to FRCC >
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 >
Learn all about F-1 visas, the admissions process, and ESL options.
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Find out how our Veteran Services department can help you get your military transcripts and understand your benefits. Get help from Veteran services >
Join one of our school-sponsored programs to earn high school AND college credits before you graduate. Explore your options >
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 >
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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