Current students can get up to $5,000 in merit and need-based scholarships. Apply by March 1, 2018.
Don't let these myths prevent you from pursuing college or applying for financial aid.
Pay tuition by January 25 to make sure you can take the classes you registered for.
Sign up for the College Opportunity Fund, and the state will pay $75 per credit hour of your tuition bill!
Need help financing your education? Get to know your options and how to apply.
Our tuition is 56% less than Colorado’s four-year colleges and universities.
Work study allows you to earn a portion of your financial aid assistance by working part-time.
An FRCC education could save you a lot of money. See current tuition rates and learn about your payment options.
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Explore three ways to save money on your college education. Find out if you qualify for a tuition discount.
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From Stafford loans to work-study options, we’ll help you understand and take advantage of all your financial aid options.
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Discover what’s available, what’s required, and how to apply for our merit- and need-based scholarships.
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Waiting for a tuition refund…or just want to know how they work? Here’s the scoop on our policies and processes.
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Find out if and how you can use your leftover financial aid money to buy your textbooks.
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Find out how loans work after graduation. Here’s everything you need to know about repayment.
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