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.
The food pantry at the Westminster campus is ready to provide food, support and resources to Front Range Community College students in need. The grand opening will occur on Feb. 16, from 11:00am to 1:00pm outside of the student life office. The grand opening will feature food from Panera, grocery giveaways, and even a game of grocery bingo. Continue reading “FRCC Students Can Access Free Food Pantry on Feb. 16”
Front Range Community College is happy to announce wireless network improvements for all three campuses. Presently, the Wi-Fi is reaching peak bandwidth usage during popular times of day. For users, this means slower connection speeds and an overloaded network.
In light of a recent shooting at a community college in Oregon – and bomb threats made to Front Range Community College’s Boulder-County and Larimer campuses — safety concerns are high on the minds of many on campus. Continue reading “How Secure is Front Range Community College?”
When you hear the slogan: “Eat well, do well,” most of us expect an ad for some new, hardcore diet. Or, maybe a quote on a poster you see at your local gym or yoga studio.
But this slogan belongs to Front Range Community College faculty member Jessica Jurgella, who has partnered up with Food Bank of The Rockies to create a local, campus organization called “The Pantry” to help students and faculty staff with nutritional needs. Continue reading “New Campus Food Pantry to Help Student Hunger”
The Front Page recently had the opportunity to talk with Front Range Community College’s Vice President, Therese Brown, about the construction that students and faculty have had to navigate through in the past few years. The construction is nearing completion, so here is a recap of what has been accomplished and what is still yet to be finished. Continue reading “Front Range Community College’s Ongoing Construction”