What is Campus Select?
Students take college courses on campus at FRCC for both high school and college credit. Tuition is covered by the school district, but students may be responsible for the cost of textbooks and fees. Please check with your district to determine what costs and fees you may be responsible for.
Our CE Representatives have office hours scheduled in your high school to assist with the enrollment process, selecting FRCC classes, and resolving account issues. If you are interested in meeting with the CE Representative assigned to your high school, please visit your high school counseling office or contact us at 970-204-8370 or email email@example.com. If you are interested in scheduling a remote session with the CE Representative, you can schedule a meeting via Zoom or by phone by using the links below.
PSD students, excluding PHS:
schedule a remote appointment with Casey Vavrina.
TSD, PHS, Estes Park, CEC, Goal, Windsor, Severance students:
schedule a remote appointment with Vicky-Paul Bryant.
Campus Select Enrollment Steps
- Talk to your high school counselor for eligibility requirements and approval to participate in Concurrent Enrollment. In some cases, qualifying test scores may be required prior to enrollment in a course.
- Apply to FRCC. You need to use our Concurrent Enrollment Application Guide to accurately complete your application. You can also reference our Concurrent Enrollment Application Quick Guide video for a step by step walk through!
- If you have applied in the past and have been given an S#, you can retrieve your S# here by clicking “Forgot your Username.”
If you are a non- U.S. Citizen not reporting a social security number, you must apply separately for the College Opportunity Fund or COF. COF covers a portion of tuition that the school district does not pay.
At the end of your ‘Application Certification’, please select YES when asked to authorize COF.
- Record and/or memorize your Student ID number (S#) – you will need it often!
- You will receive your FRCC S# via email to the personal email account you provided when you applied. You do not need to complete the "Next Steps" portion of the email.
- Your high school counselor will provide a link to the online Concurrent Enrollment Agreement form. Complete this and all required district forms and submit by the high school deadline.
- If you need help selecting your Campus Select course(s) OR if you need assistance with the registration process, our CE Representatives are an excellent resource. Please see the section above for information on and links to schedule a meeting with the CE Representative assigned to your high school. Please note that you will not be able to register for classes until all holds have been resolved on your account.
- If this is your first time taking Campus Select courses (in-person, online, real-time remote or hybrid), complete the online Campus Select Orientation. You will be asked to list the classes you want to take (e.g., BUS 1016, ENG 1021, WEL 1000). If you do not know the specific course prefix and number, feel free to use our Courses Listing. Once you complete the orientation, you will receive two emails to your personal email account on file. The first will be an automated message notifying you that your orientation submission has been received. This means you do not need to submit the orientation again. This email will have available student resources at Front Range for you to review while your submission is being processed. The second email will notify you that you can register for classes. You will want to allow between 2 and 3 business days for the process to be complete, so factor this into your timing when trying to register for classes.
- For students who are under 16 years old at the start of their first Campus Select semester, please complete the Underage Admission Waiver. If you are 15 or 14 years old, you will also need to meet with a member of our team for an Underage Waiver Meeting. These meetings are held to ensure that you understand you will be in a college class with college students of all ages and backgrounds. A parent is required to be present and can be held in-person at the Larimer Campus or online via Zoom. You will be contacted by our office to schedule these meetings after you have submitted the Underage Waiver.
Please note the priority date for Underage Waiver Meetings is January 9, 2023. Please have your Underage Waiver Meeting scheduled by this date. Any meetings scheduled after this date are not guaranteed to be completed in time for you to register for Spring classes.
- Use your eWOLF account to register for approved classes. Our Registration Instructions is a useful quick guide to walk you through the registration process. Your CE Representative is also available to help!
- Check the Campus Select Semester Start Up page for details about how to get started next semester, including information about your FRCC email, purchasing textbooks, and accessing your classes online.
What FRCC classes can I take?