Geospatial Bachelor of Applied Science
Admission Process

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Steps to Apply

  1. Attend an information session for the Geospatial Science program.
  2. Apply to FRCC
  3. Complete the Student Information form for the Geospatial Science program
  4. Log in to the eWOLF student portal 

    Click the Navigate icon to complete your To-Do items:Navigate icon

    • Submit the Student Placement form to get placed into the right classes
    • Sign up for required New Student Orientation
    • Activate your student email
    • Schedule a meeting with your Pathways Advisor
    • And other helpful to-do’s to get you started at FRCC

    It’s all online, so you can do it anywhere and at your own pace.

  5. Attend New Student Orientation

    Attending orientation is required. It's worth your time because you will:

    • Register for your first semester classes
    • Meet your Pathways Advisor
    • Meet other students in your Career & Academic Community
    • Get to know what it's like at FRCC

    Learn more about New Student Orientation.

Steps to Apply

  1. Attend an information session for the Geospatial Science program.
  2. Apply to FRCC.
  3. Complete the Student Information form for the Geospatial Science program  
  4. Complete the Transfer Credit Evaluation form to help us determine what credits you have and what will transfer. FRCC accepts credits for which you earned a grade of C or higher.

    • FRCC only accepts official transcripts sent directly (mail or electronic) from your previous college or university to the Office of the Registrar.
    • Transcripts issued to the student, hand-carried, or faxed cannot be accepted.
    • They can be emailed to TransferCredit@frontrange.edu or sent to the FRCC campus you want to attend. Find campus addresses.
  5. Log in to the eWOLF student portal 

    While we're evaluating your transfer credits or if you plan to transfer in credits later, log in to eWOLF and click the Navigate icon to complete your To-Do items. You’ll get important information about:

    Navigate icon
    • Signing up for required New Student Orientation
    • Getting placed into the right classes
    • Paying for college and financial aid

    It’s all online, so you can do it anywhere and at your own pace. You will need your S# to log in to eWOLF. Once you’ve completed the online orientation, you’ll be able to register for classes.

  6. Meet with your Pathways Advisor
  7. Schedule an appointment to meet with your Pathways Advisor in Navigate or by calling the main number at (303) 678-3722. Meeting with your Pathways Advisor is required. It's worth your time because you will develop an academic plan and talk about your educational and career goals.

  8. Register for classes

If it has been over a year since you have taken classes at FRCC, you may need to re-apply. Call us at (303) 678-3722, to check your status. (Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to the Bachelor of Applied Science program.)

Steps to Apply

  1. Complete the Student Information  form for the Geospatial Science program  
  2. Transfer credit into FRCC. If you have coursework from another school that you want to transfer in, complete the Transfer Credit Evaluation form to help us determine if you have met the prerequisites to start taking 300 and 400 level classes. Minimum 2.0 GPA in GIS-related classes is required.

    • FRCC only accepts official transcripts sent directly (mail or electronic) from your previous college or university to the Office of the Registrar.
    • Transcripts issued to the student, hand-carried, or faxed cannot be accepted.
    • They can be emailed to TransferCredit@frontrange.edu or sent to the FRCC campus you want to attend. Find campus addresses.
  3. Meet with your Pathways Advisor
  4. Schedule an appointment to meet with your Pathways Advisor in Navigate or by calling the main number at (303) 678-3722. Meeting with your Pathways Advisor is required. It's worth your time because you will develop an academic plan and talk about your educational and career goals.

  5. Register for classes
Program Contact

Jennifer Muha, GIS Faculty
Boulder County Campus


Information Sessions

Join us for an upcoming session to learn about the BAS degree:

Sat.May 4, 9:00 a.m., C1442

Thurs. June 6, 4:30 p.m. C1442

Sat. July 6, 9:00 a.m., Room TBD

Thurs. August 1, 4:30 p.m., A1403 

Sat. September 7, 9:00 a.m., A1403

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