Are you looking for a way to make a little more money during the semester while getting more involved in your campus? If so, you should consider a work-study position at Front Range Community College.
Technology has taken huge leaps in the academic field. New technology has enabled students to learn and earn credits outside of the classroom. Online classes can be a convenient way for busy students to earn their degrees. But for many students, online classes present specific challenges.
Writing a research paper is no easy feat, but it is a skill that students need to succeed in college and beyond. A good research paper takes time, effort and ample editing.
Poet Charles Bukowski said, “Find something you love, and let it kill you.” Bukowski was no stranger to working hard for what he loved, and in the end, it may have indeed killed him.
Front Range Community College’s “Taste of the World” events allow you to take a quick trip to a far-flung locale in-between your chemistry and English composition classes.
Students planning to graduate from Front Range Community College this semester must apply for their degrees or certificates before March 15.
Front Range Community College’s bus and light rail service, known as the Regional Transportation District, or RTD, is cost effective, convenient and environmentally friendly. Continue reading “FRCC Students Should Opt For Public Transportation”
Every other Tuesday or Thursday this semester, Amber Kavehkar, the High Plains Fitness Center coordinator, will host a Fit Talk – an informative session teaching Front Range Community College students about health and fitness.
Society has been clinging on to the social norm of shaving body hair for about 101 years. For women, removing body hair is socially preferred and there is a stigma attached to women who choose to opt out. Some argue that this stigma is not only misguided, but senseless because body hair has beneficial functions for the human body.
Front Range Community College’s Westminster campus hosted a blood drive on February 9th benefiting the Red Cross.
Students dropped by the Rocky Mountain Room and gave blood, saving lives in the process.