Case Management

Whether you are seeking help for yourself or someone else, the case management team can offer you valuable resources. We can help navigate FRCC policies and procedures, and provide connections to college and community resources.

  • We have dedicated case managers that can assist students
  • We can connect you with community and college supports including:
    • Mental health resources
    • Academic support resources
    • Housing and financial resources

If you would like to connect with a case manager, please email our Student Support Team or use the appointment scheduling link below.

Make an Appointment with a Case Manager

Are You Concerned About a Student?

Please fill out our Student of Concern Form.

Student of Concern Form


Meet Our Case Managers

Below you'll find more information about our mental health counselors as well as the locations they serve.

Jessie Jennett

Location: Westminster Campus

Jessie Jennett is a lifelong learner passionate about community development through equitable access to a high-quality education. She has a BA in Global Development & Public Policy from Metropolitan State University of Denver and a Horticulture Certification from Front Range Community College. Her passion for student support started in high school when she began elevating the dire need for mental health supports in Denver and Jeffco Public Schools.

On campus, she is an active member and supporter of the Horticulture Club and Spectrum, the LGBTQ+ club. Outside of FRCC, Jessie loves to play softball with friends and organize service events with her sorority, Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority, Inc.

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Deb Komberec

Location: Larimer Campus

Deb Komberec has a master’s degree in Social Work and has numerous years of experience working in academic and community settings. Deb has a passion for caring for and supporting students as they achieve their academic goals by connecting them to the appropriate resources within FRCC and the community in which they reside.  Her goal to ensure that everyone feels safe and supported to express themselves and freely ask for help without judgment.

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Nancy West

Location: Boulder County Campus

Nancy West has been a part of Front Range since 2001. She's known as the “helper” person or “resource lady” at Front Range and has learned about the many important resources that are available to students both at the Boulder County Campus as well as within the Boulder/Longmont community.

She helps students with all sorts of issues that are impacting their ability to stay in school, such as issues with housing, food, transportation, mental health concerns, financial needs and many other “life” issues that impact students.

Her goal is to help with anything that is impacting a student's education so they can continue their journey in school.

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Summer Cushman

Coordinator of Student Support

Summer started her FRCC journey as a student in 2018 and has worked for the college as a New Student Orientation Leader, Supplemental Instruction Leader, and Coordinator of Academic Support. She graduated from Colorado State University with her Bachelors degree in Sociology and is now pursuing her Masters of Business Administration from the University of Northern Colorado. As a current student and a FRCC Alumni, she is passionate about helping students overcome barriers to success so they can complete their education goals. In her free time, she enjoys performing at community theaters, swimming and spending time with her dog. To schedule an appointment with Summer please email her at or call 303-678-3830.

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Additional Resources

FRCC Resources

  • CCAMPIS (Child Care Access Means Parents in School): FRCC Grant to help students with Child Care for children under the age of 12
  • Food Banks: A food bank is available to all students on each campus:
  • FRCC Emergency Financial Assistance: Opens after the census day each semester, can provide students with one-time financial aid assistance. To be considered, student must be taking classes during current semester and have no money owed to the school.
  • Library Resources-Colorado Community College System: Includes 24/7 chat for library support, free article databases, citation assistance
  • Academic Success Centers: Free one on one or group tutoring for up to two classes, supplemental instruction leaders in chosen classes, department led drop-in tutoring, Math Support and Writing Support centers.
  • Mental Health Counseling: Free for all students, both in-person or remote sessions available with FRCC mental health counselors. Students can also access remote services through BetterMynd, an outside partner that offers telehealth style visits with a mental health counselor.
  • Disability Support Services: Students with any disabilities, including temporary ones such as a broken arm or mental health related diagnoses like anxiety, can find support for their courses through the Disability Support Services team.

Community Resources

  • 2-1-1 Colorado: Multilingual support to connect Colorado residents to services that meet their needs, including assistance with food, rent/mortgage payments, utilities, and more.
  • Colorado Housing Connects: Rent and mortgage assistance, heating assistance through LEAP, energy bills, evictions; can refer people for legal advice regarding eviction, leases, and mortgages.
  • COVA (Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance): Committed to fairness and healing for crime victims, their families, and communities through leadership, education, and advocacy. By operating in an inclusive and compassionate manner, COVA creates solutions and positive change. COVA’s vision is to be recognized as a national leader in building a collaborative environment where crime victims are given the opportunity to heal and restore balance to their lives.
  • National Suicide and Crisis Lifeline: Free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resource for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States. (Includes resources and services in Spanish and for Deaf/hard of hearing individuals). Call or text 988


Feel free to reach out to us with any questions.


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