FRCC & Transfer Success
Did you know you can get your start at FRCC, then transfer to a four-year college?
FRCC offers 29 two-year degrees in specific areas of study that allow you to enter as a junior toward that major at Colorado four-year schools. We're also one of the top community colleges in the country for student outcomes when they transfer to four-year colleges. Our students generally do as well as—or better than—students who start at their four-year destination school.
On Campus or Online
Front Range Community Collge has three campuses—in Longmont, Westminster and Fort Collins—so we’re located right near you. What's more, FRCC was recently ranked one of the top 10 community colleges in the country for online learning.* We’ve got 20 years of experience offering online classes—so FRCC faculty members are well-trained and experienced in teaching online.
This gives you the added flexibility to take your classes on campus, online—or both!
Completing Your Associate Degree at FRCC Has Its Benefits
Where You Can Transfer
With an Associate of Arts (A.A.) or Science (A.S.) degree from FRCC, you can transfer to any Colorado public four-year college or university, including:
Adams State University
Colorado Mesa University
Colorado State University-Fort Collins
Colorado State University-Pueblo
Fort Lewis College
Metropolitan State University of Denver
University of Colorado-Boulder
University of Colorado-Colorado Springs
University of Colorado-Denver
University of Northern Colorado
Western State Colorado University
See transfer guides for these schools.
The first step is applying to FRCC. If you have any questions about the process, you can request information or contact our Admissions team.
If you're a current student, contact your advisor to talk about your transfer plans.
*Ranked ninth in the U.S. by College Consensus.