All concurrent enrollment students apply for admission to FRCC. Students will also complete the Concurrent Enrollment Agreement form and any additional paperwork their high school requires. Assessment testing may be required, depending on the class.
Steps to Enroll:
- Talk with your high school counselor about participating in the College Now programs
- Apply for admission to FRCC. Use our Application Reference Guide for help. Residency information needed to complete the application:
- Your Social Security Number or ITIN
- Month and year your parent or legal guardian began living in Colorado
- Dates of extended absences of two or more months of parent or legal guardian in the past year
- Parent or legal guardian's driver license number and date of issue
- Parent or legal guardian's motor vehicle registration date of issue
Click “yes” to sign up for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend at the very end of the application. COF is funded by the State of Colorado and provides a portion of tuition for the first 145 credits earned towards a bachelor's degree. If you do not apply for COF, FRCC will bill you or your parents for the portion that would have been paid by COF.
If you applied for admission to FRCC within the last year and already have a FRCC student ID (S number), you do not need to apply again. If it has been more than a year, you will need to apply again
Need to look up your S number?
- Complete and submit the Concurrent Enrollment Agreement form provided by your high school and any other paperwork your high school requires.
- Some classes have prerequisite test scores you must meet. Be sure to check with your high school counselor or College Now Outreach Representative for information about courses that have prerequisite score requirements and deadlines.
- Campus Select ONLY: New Campus Select students must complete additional enrollment steps. See detailed instructions.