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Welcome to Front Range Community College

Our No. 1 priority is student success. We believe that learning is a partnership between students, faculty, and staff. In everything we do, FRCC focuses on helping our students reach their goals.

One Focus: Your Success

  • We help each student find a clear purpose early in their FRCC journey.
  • We connect students to mentors, peers with similar interests, faculty, advisors, and other resources that will help them along the way.
  • We outline a clear, specific plan for each student to reach their individual goals. Then we support them along the way, and help them stay on their chosen path.
  • We engage students in their education—in and out of the classroom.

We prepare you for the real world.

Our career/technical programs train students for immediate employment and careers in more than three dozen high-demand fields. FRCC regularly adds innovative new programs in emerging fields where students can get good jobs. More than 20 of our certificate or Associate of Applied Science programs have state, regional, and/or national accreditation.

You learn on cutting-edge equipment.

Our classrooms and labs use some of the most advanced technology in the state. Students work with the latest software and computer equipment, and our state-of-the-art facilities ensure teaching is always at the leading edge.

Your credits are guaranteed to transfer.

Our transfer students do as well as—or better than—students who start at universities. In fact, Front Range was recently profiled as one of the top six community colleges in the country for transfer student success.  Our Associate of Arts (A.A.) and Associate of Science (A.S.) degrees are guaranteed to transfer to public four-year colleges and universities in Colorado.

FRCC is the number one transfer institution for:

  • University of Colorado-Boulder
  • Colorado State University-Fort Collins
  • Metropolitan State University of Denver
  • CSU-Global

We embrace diversity and inclusion.

FRCC students come from all walks of life—every student matters here. We know that including and respecting our diverse experiences and values is the best way to promote student success. FRCC is committed to inclusive excellence, educational equity, and advancing opportunity for all.

You can save thousands of dollars.

Starting at FRCC helps you reach your goals affordably. By completing two years of a four-year education at FRCC, students save an average of $11,000.

We help you succeed.

On behalf of all our staff and faculty, I welcome you to Front Range Community College. When it comes to focusing on your success, FRCC is unmatched. I’m excited that you’ve chosen to partner with us as you begin—or continue—your educational journey.

Corporate & Workforce Solutions

Ignite individual and business growth through FRCC’s innovative, industry-led corporate and workforce training programs.

FRCC Corporate and Workforce Solutions trainings can be delivered anywhere from on-site, on-campus, online and virtually. We create and deliver focused training courses for individuals and businesses. Through our customized training and workforce programs, Corporate and Workforce Solutions is dedicated to enhancing economic growth in our communities.

“The staff and instructors at FRCC were fantastic to work with and went above and beyond to ensure we got the most value out of the training investment. I can’t thank them enough for helping make all this learning possible for our team.

Invest in Your Employees

A partnership with us is an investment in the future of your business and your greatest asset, your employees. As leaders in workforce training programs, FRCC Corporate & Workforce Solutions is a perfect fit to handle your business’ training needs by aligning effective industry practices with the resources of an academic institution. Clients turn to us for corporate training courses to meet strategic business goals and to improve individual, team and organizational performance.

We are committed to improving today’s workforce by strategically analyzing industry demands and developing training to meet those needs. We do this by partnering with industry leaders and subject matter experts to create industry-specific training programs that result in a highly-skilled workforce.

Corporate Solutions at Front Range Community College in partnership with ProTrain, offers certificate and certification programs that are designed to help you begin a new high-demand career or advance your current career. Courses are created by Subject Matter Experts and prepare individuals for nationally recognized certifications. Learn more >

Tuition Assistance options available!

Our Live Online courses offer the convenience of online study with an instructor-led course and allow students to interact with both instructors and classmates in real-time.Students complete training in less than 3 months.

Providing Opportunities to Students

The FRCC Foundation was established in 1994 to give a voice and rally the community around providing opportunities for individuals seeking to change their lives through education. In order to support our students we seek out individuals who are willing to contribute to funding for scholarships, programs, and facilities at the College. Tax-deductible contributions help open doors for people to advance themselves, their families and our communities.

Our Mission: Transform Lives

The mission of the Foundation is to transform lives and the regional economy by developing private resources to support scholarships, programs and facilities for Front Range Community College.

When you choose to give to the Foundation, you give opportunity by helping hardworking students pursue an education. With degrees and certificates in hand, FRCC graduates are able to earn higher salaries, improving circumstances for themselves and for their families.

You advance community by supporting your neighbors, friends, and fellow citizens. The majority of FRCC graduates stay right here on the northern Front Range, where they become the trained workforce that businesses and organizations need to succeed.

“FRCC is the first step in achieving my goal of helping people and creating a path toward success. Education is one of the most important investments a person can make. I want to improve not only myself but the world around me.”

– Makinzie Hamilton, Foundation Scholarship recipient

Funding Scholarships

The necessities of our students continues to increase each year. In response, the Foundation continues to reach out to the community to meet this need. Thanks to donor generosity, the Foundation awarded more than $750,000 in scholarships in 2017-2018. Scholarships represent one of the highest funding priorities at FRCC, and we depend on people who care deeply about the importance of higher education. Support from individuals and the surrounding community can make a college education more accessible for deserving students, and help us turn our students’ dreams into reality. See how you can fund a scholarship and other ways to give.

Q How do I contact a student, staff member or department?

If you know the name of a faculty or staff member, you can search our online directory.

To contact a department see our Academic Departments webpage.

See contact information in this A-Z listing of other college departments, such as Admissions & Outreach or Financial Aid.

We do not have a student directory.

If you need assistance or need general information, please call your main campus:
Boulder County Campus: (303) 678-3722
Brighton Center: (303) 404-5099
Larimer Campus: (970) 226-2500
Westminster Campus: (303) 404-500

Q How do I withdraw from the school?

You can withdraw from your courses for the semester you are enrolled. Look at your detailed class schedule available on the Registration page in eWOLF for drop and withdraw deadlines specific to each class. It is recommended that you speak with an advisor prior to dropping or withdrawing from a course It is important to check with the cashier’s office and financial aid regarding any outstanding balances and/or financial consequences.

To drop or withdraw from a class, log in to your eWOLF account and click on the Add/Drop Classes icon on the Dashboard. Or you can complete, sign, and submit a drop/add form at the Admissions and Records Office on your campus.

Q When are school holidays and breaks?

See the semester academic calendar for important dates.

Q Who is the school president?

Andy Dorsey is the President of FRCC. View the President's Welcome page or meet the campus vice presidents and the cabinet on our website. You can also read the president's blog posts.

Q How do I contact Human Resources?

Contact information for the Human Resources Office at each FRCC campus:

Boulder County
(303) 678-3708

(970) 204-8111

Westminster / Brighton Center
(303) 404-5315

To view a list of our current job openings, please visit our careers website.

Q How do I contact the Housing Office?

FRCC does not offer on- or off-campus housing. We recommend students search for housing options on Housing Helpers,, College Student Apartments or the local newspaper. You can also contact your Student Life department for additional suggestions.

Q Can you send me information about your school?

To receive information about our college you can request information using this form.

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