Front Range Community College focuses on the success of more than 29,000 students annually in credit classes and more than 5,000 people in business training and continuing education. FRCC has three campuses and one learning center from Denver’s north metro area to the border with Wyoming, as well as outreach classrooms in the middle of our communities.
A Quality Education
FRCC is the No. 1 transfer institution for the University of Colorado and Colorado State University and a major transfer site for other Colorado colleges and universities. Studies from the four-year institutions show FRCC students do as well or better than students who started there. FRCC also has special transfer agreements with Colorado School of Mines and Regis University, as well as other institutions. Our students transfer all over, including successful transfers to universities such as Cornell and Duke.
The Secret Sauce
A commitment to career/technical education is reflected in the more than 20 certificate or Associate of Applied Science programs with state, regional, and/or national accreditation. U.S. Secretary of Labor Tom Perez, in fact, recently mentioned FRCC when he talked with the nation’s governors about community colleges being the “secret sauce” for economic development.
Commitment to Quality Teaching
FRCC has earned continued accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission, a commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. After a three-year study, the evaluation team commended FRCC “for its unwavering commitment to students and its ability to maintain its focus on high-quality teaching and learning … .”
"I enjoy the academic freedom and support from the administration. I also enjoy the challenge of delivering a quality program to students, making sure we advance their journey."