Boulder County Campus Advising

Academic advisors help you develop your educational plan, choose your major, and select the right courses for your program. They can help you connect with resources you may need within the college or within your community. They can also help you with any transfer questions that you might have.

We recommend that you meet with your academic advisor each semester to ensure you will complete your certificate and/or degree on time with the classes you need.

How to Talk with an Academic Advisor 

  • Call the main office at 303-678-3722 to sign up to make an in-person or virtual (phone or web conference ) appointment.
  • If you are a continuing student and have an assigned advisor, you can email or call them directly to get answers to "quick" questions.


The Boulder County Campus academic advising office is open Monday through Friday. Please see hours below:

Day Time
Monday 8:30 am - 6 pm
Tuesday 11 am - 5 pm
Wednesday 8:30 am - 5 pm
Thursday 8:30 am - 6 pm
Friday 8:30 am - 4 pm



Monday 9 am - 11 am
Tuesday 2 pm - 4 pm
Thursday 11 am - 1 pm


Drop-in advising sessions are available in person, are first-come first-served, and are limited to 15 minutes. You can be added to the list by checking in at the Welcome Desk.

If you are not on campus, please call 303-678-3722 to make an appointment with an advisor (virtual or in-person) or if you have questions about how to contact your academic advisor via email or phone.

Advising Appointments

Each Career and Academic Community offers appointments to assist students with detailed advising questions and needs. Make an appointment for:

  • Academic planning and goal setting 
  • Discussing placement test scores or exemptions 
  • Choosing classes using the academic plans (MAPs)
  • Changing major or program of study
  • Reviewing Degree Check and graduation planning 
  • Transferring in or out of FRCC
  • Credit completion warnings 
  • Academic suspension or probation

How to Prepare for Your Appointment

To get the most out of your advising session, make sure to bring:

  • Any documents or worksheets from previous advising sessions.
  • Any useful information you have about transfer requirements (if you're hoping to transfer your credits from FRCC to another college or university).
  • Any questions you have about courses, programs, schedules, or your educational plans.
  • A copy of your Degree Check in eWOLF—an online tool that helps you track your academic progress.

Other Advising Resources

Looking for another advising service? The Boulder County campus also offers mental health counselingcareer services and veteran services.

Meet Our Advisors

Business & Information Technology

See Business & Information Technology programs.

Health Sciences

See Health Sciences programs

Liberal Arts, Communication & Design 

Math & Science

See Math & Science programs.

Social Science, Education & Public Service

See Social Science, Education & Public Service programs.


Contact Advising

Boulder County Campus 

303-678-3628 | Email