Effective Fall 2016, Front Range Community College (FRCC) will consolidate its Boulder County Campus (in Longmont) nursing programs into its Larimer and Westminster Campus programs.
- The Boulder County Campus is no longer accepting new nursing students.
- For the upcoming 2015-16 school year, the Boulder County Campus nursing programs will continue to operate as they have.
- Students who are currently accepted into the Fall 2015 LPN to ADN Bridge or Practical Nursing Programs at the Boulder County campus will be able to complete their programs there.
About Our Program
Our LPN-ADN Bridge program allows our RN graduates to pursue their BSN at the university level with guaranteed transfer credits according to the Colorado Nursing Articulation model. Our nursing programs are accredited by the Accreditation Commission For Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN).
Nursing Program Information Sessions
Monthly Nursing Information Meetings will no longer be held at FRCC Boulder County Campus, since new students are no longer being accepted. Learn about information sessions at the Larimer or Westminster campuses:
Nursing Degree - LPN-ADN Bridge Program
Graduates of our full-time LPN-ADN Bridge program receive an Associate of Applied Science and are eligible to become Registered Nurses by taking the NCLEX-RN exam.
Certificate - Practical Nursing
Our Practical Nursing certificate, available as a full-time program, enables recipients to become licensed practical nurses by taking the National Council of Nursing Examinations (NCLEX)-PN.