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Located in southwest Longmont, the Boulder County Campus is a close-knit campus with about 3.500 students. This campus is home to the Advanced Technology Center and the Precision Machining program. Other programs unique to this campus include Fermentation Sciences, Geospatial Science, and Teaching English as a Second Language. The top transfer destinations from this campus are the University of Colorado-Boulder and Metropolitan State University of Denver.
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Located in southwest Fort Collins, (Harmony and Shields), the Larimer Campus feels like a typical college campus with nine buildings, and is home to more than 8,400 students. Programs unique to this campus include Dental Assisting, Forestry, Wildlife, and Natural Resources, HVAC and Refrigeration, Holistic Health and Massage Therapy, Interior Design, Manufacturing and Energy Technology, and Veterinary Technology. The top transfer destinations from this campus are Colorado State University and the University of Northern Colorado.
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Located in north Westminster (112th between Federal and Sheridan), the Westminster Campus is the most diverse FRCC campus, serving more than 7,800 students, one-third of whom are part of a minority. Programs unique to this campus include Health Information Technology, Interpreter Preparation, Logistics, Pharmacy Technician, Public Safety Dispatch, and Surgical Technology. The top transfer destinations from this campus are Metropolitan State University of Denver and University of Colorado-Boulder.
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Reach your goals without coming to a campus to earn any of 25 degrees or 13 certificates offered fully online. You also can apply any of the more than 350 online classes appropriate to your pathway to the program you are taking at a campus, or use campus classes to support your online goals.