College Now programs allow qualified high school students to enroll in FRCC college classes for both high school and college credit. Tuition is paid by the school district or charter school and the College Opportunity Fund
. Students may be responsible for fees and textbooks depending on their school district and the program in which they participate.
High School Select
High School Select classes are taught at your local high school for college credit. See what classes are available at your school and if you qualify.
Take college courses for both high school and college credit at a FRCC campus. See available classes and if you qualify.
If you’re a junior or senior at a participating school, we’ve got seven career and technical programs—from Animal Technology and Research to Culinary Arts—designed for you. Each program is one year long and you earn high school credits, with the option to receive college credits. Find out what programs are available and if you qualify.
ASCENT (Accelerating Students through Concurrent Enrollment)
The ASCENT program is a fifth year program where approved students take an additional year of college classes after their 12th grade year. Students are approved for the ASCENT program through their school district and must talk to their high school/district for consideration in to the program. Tuition is covered by the school district, but students are responsible for textbooks and fees.
Interested? Contact your high school counselor or Beth Montgomery, College Now Student Services Coordinator, at email@example.com, (970) 204-8372.