3645 W 112th Ave, Westminster, CO 80031
Westminster, CO 80031
Accrediting Agency:North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
Established in 1994, Front Range Community College serves more than 20,000 students in the north Denver metropolitan area. This institution of higher education’s mission is to impact lives and the regional economy through private resources that support scholarship, programs, and facilities. Through campuses in Brighton, Ft. Collins, Longmont, and Westminster, FRCC provides general education courses, industry-specific associate degrees and certificates, online education opportunities, continuing education for professional development and personal growth, and customized skills training and consulting services for Colorado companies.
This institution of higher education has degree and certificate programs in more than 60 fields of study. With more than 350 online courses, nontraditional students have the option to participate in online learning. These classes are available in subjects like accounting, art, biology, business, communication, criminal justice, computer science, early childhood education, economics, English, history, psychology, and more. In addition, three degrees can be earned entirely online including an Associate of Applied Science degrees in accounting and business and Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees in the areas of business, economics, history, mathematics, and psychology. Six certificate programs in accounting, business, and computer information systems can also be earned online.
Since 1975, Front Range Community College has been regionally accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission. It also has specialized accreditation from the American Dietetic Association and the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, which can be verified on College Navigator.
FRCC practices an open admissions policy, meaning that anyone who completes the application process will be admitted. Applicants must be at least 17 years of age to apply to specific program, but younger students can take classes for career exploration and college credit. Acceptance into specific programs may vary by department. To be admitted, transfer students must complete an application for admission, a transfer credit evaluation request form, and a transcript request from previous school request form.