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beComInG a stUDentÀ 1 .      applY    New	students	and	students	with	an	absence	of	12	months	or	more	must	submit	an	Applic...
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FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
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FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
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FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
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FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
FRCC Larimer Campus 2011 Spring Schedule
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  1. 1. H ow to R e a d tHe ScH e d u l e t H i S d i ag R a m w i l l H e l p yo u b e t t e R u n d e R S ta n d H o w t o R e a d t H e S c H e d u l e l ayo u t.course name — Course name is abbreviated to Accounting 970-204-8171fit the space. cr. — Credit hours are based on the number of Acc - 101 Fundamentals Acctng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 hours per week the class meets and the lengthcourse # — The course number consists of two of the term.parts: 001 . . . .MWF . . .0800am-0850am . . . 08/22/05-12/12/05 . . . B1605 . . . .9/8 . . . Faculty . . . . . . . . . . . .10017• Three-letter prefix for the subject area. 002 . . . .tR . . . .1000am-1115am . . . . 08/23/05-12/13/05 . . . B1501 . . . .9/8 . . . Faculty . . . . . . . . . . . .10015 Evening classes fee — A lab/program fee is charged to• Three-digit course number. (Use this number 003 . . . .MW . . . .0535pm-0650pm . . . 08/22/05-12/12/05 . . . B1501 . . . .9/8 . . . Faculty . . . . . . . . . . . .10016 defray the costs of materials and supplies to look up the course description in the col- used during your class. Equipment is not cov- lege catalog.) Acc-115 Payroll Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17 .10** . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 ered by lab or program fees. Program fees Prerequisite: Acc 101 or Acc 121 or permission of instructor corequisite: Acc 101 or Acc 121 or permission of instructor are designed to cover extra costs associated with the program i.e., insurance for nursing— Evening classes see Fees, page 5. (**) Referencing note appears 001 . . . .W . . . . .0535pm-0815pm . . . 08/24/05-12/07/05 . . . B1603 . . . .9/8 . . . Faculty . . . . . . . . . . . .10022 on actual page. Acc-121 Accounting Prin i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Time instructor — If this reads “Faculty,” it means that 001 . . . .MW . . . .0800am-0950am . . . 08/22/05-12/12/05 . . . B1501 . . . .9/8 . . . Hampel F . . . . . . . . . .13301 the instructor had not yet been assigned when the schedule went to press. Names subject to 002 . . . .MW . . . .1000am-1150am . . . 08/22/05-12/12/05 . . . B1501 . . . .9/8 . . . Hampel F . . . . . . . . . .10027 change.Three-digit section number. Several sections Evening classes(classes) of the same course may be taught in 003 . . . .MW . . . .0500pm-0650pm . . . 08/22/05-12/12/05 . . . c1156 . . . .9/8 . . . Faculty . . . . . . . . . . . .10026one semester. The following section numbersidentify the campus: 004 . . . .tR . . . .0500pm-0650pm . . . 08/23/05-12/13/05 . . . c1157 . . . .9/8 . . . Faculty . . . . . . . . . . . .10029 Late Starting classesboulder county Acc 121005: Last 12 Weeks . dates — Indicates starting and ending dates.courses 100-199, blended courses 200-249,online courses 500-599; 005 . . . .MW . . . .0900am-1050am . . . 09/14/05-12/12/05 . . . B1501 . . . .9/26 . . Faculty . . . . . . . . . . . .10028 Hybrid classes (combined online/classroom instruction . See page 85)larimer campuscourses 600-699, hybrid courses 700-749, 300 . . . .tR . . . .0430pm-0640pm . . . 08/22/05-10/16/05 . . . B1408 . . . .8/29 . . Hampel F . . . . . . . . . .13302online courses 500-599 online classes class location — Some locations are off campus. 500-502 . . . . . . .See online Sectionwestminstercourses 000-059, blended courses 060-079, Acc-122 Accounting Prin ii . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4online courses 500-599; Prerequisite: Acc 121 Last day to drop with a refundbrighton center 001 . . . .tR . . . .1000am-1150am . . . 08/23/05-12/13/05 . . . B1605 . . . .9/8 . . . Froman A . . . . . . . . . .10046courses 400-449; Flex-a-course 450-469,blended courses 470-489 Evening classes 002 . . . .tR . . . .0500pm-0650pm . . . 08/23/05-12/13/05 . . . B1501 . . . .9/8 . . . Froman A . . . . . . . . . .10047CCCOnline C01-C99 Hybrid classes (combined online/classroom instruction . See page 85) cRn — The course reference number (CRN) is 300 . . . .tR . . . .0330pm-0540pm . . . 10/17/05-12/13/05 . . . B1408 . . .10/24 . Hampel F . . . . . . . . . .13303 a five-digit number that identifies each individualdays — Days refers to the days of the week the class section. This number is crucial for classclass is held: online classes identification when using the Online registrationM Monday 500, 501 . . . . . . .See online Section system. EXAMPLES:T Tuesday tR = Tuesday and Acc-131 income tax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 ThursdayW Wednesday Prerequisite: Acc 121 is strongly recommended Su = Saturday and SundayR Thursday Evening classes Color shaded classes areF Friday evening classes. 001 . . . .tR . . . .0700pm-0815pm . . . 08/23/05-12/13/05 . . . B1603 . . . .9/8 . . . Hull A . . . . . . . . . . . . .10057S Saturday Gray shaded classes are Acc-135 Spreadsheet App’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 notes:U Sunday weekend classes. Prerequisite: Acc 122 and ciS 155 tba — TBA means “to be arranged.” Contact the online classes instructor or the department for specifics whenever 500 . . . .See online Section “TBA” appears in one of the columns. Acc-245 computerized Acctng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $17 .10** . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 General notes — Notes appear directly under the subject area heading, and usually apply to the entire Prerequisite: Acc 101 or Acc 121 list of courses under that prefix. Evening classes 001 . . . .M . . . . .0535pm-0815pm . . . 08/22/05-12/12/05 . . . c0157 . . . .9/8 . . . Anderson J . . . . . . . .10067 V i S i t o u R w e b S i t e at w w w. f Ro n t R a n g e . e d u
  2. 2. Important Dates • sprInG 2011 Payment DeaDline Full payment must be made or a deferred payment plan must be inÀ november - DeCember 2010 place by Jan 6, 2011. If payment is not received nov 16 Registration begins. by this date, students nov 25 Thanksgiving holiday. All campuses closed. risk being dropped Dec 1 International Student Application deadline. from course(s) for non-payment, and may Dec 24-Jan 2 College closed. only re-enroll if spaceÀ JanUarY 2011 is available. Payments for enrollments after Jan 3-Feb 2 Cashier services at Boulder County Campus. Jan 6, 2011 are due at Jan 6 Payment deadline - see note at right. the close of the next business day. Jan 11 Priority deadline for In-State Residency Petition for 15 week classes. If the student is not Jan 15 Last day to waitlist for a 15 week class. planning to attend Jan 17 MLK, Jr. holiday - no classes - campuses open. FRCC, he/she must Jan 18 Spring semester begins. log on to his/her student account and Jan 18-20 Textbook buyback - see note at right for campus dates. drop classes by the Jan 21 Weekend classes begin. published add/dropÀ Febr UarY 2011 date for the course. Even though FRCC Feb 2 Last day to use Financial Aid bookstore account. intends to drop students Feb 2 Graduation Application deadline for spring degree/certificate. who do not pay by the deadline, the college Feb 17 Final deadline for In-State Residency Petition for 15 week classes. cannot guarantee Feb 19 CAAP Examination, see note at right for campus dates. that classes will be dropped for unpaidÀ marCh 2011 accounts. Students are mar 5 CAAP Examination, see note at right for campus dates. responsible for dropping classes even if they mar 14-20 Spring Break - Larimer Campus | no classes - campus open. do not pay on time. If mar 21-27 Spring Break - Boulder County & Westminster | no classes - campus open. they do not, they willÀ apr Il 2011 be responsible for any balance owed.  apr 4 Registration for Summer 2011 semester. apr 4 CAAP Examination, see note at right for campus dates. CaaP apr 9 CAAP Examination, see note at right for campus dates. All students graduating apr 15 Last day to withdraw for 15 week classes. with an Associate Degree apr 16 CAAP Examination, see note at right for campus dates. must take the CAAP. Register online atÀ maY 2011 frontrange.edu/testing Boulder County Campus: may 8 Weekend classes end. Mar 5; Apr 4, 9 may 9 Spring semester ends. larimer Campus: may 10 Larimer Campus Commencement (tentative). Feb 19; Mar 5; Apr 9, 16 may 11 Boulder County Campus Commencement (tentative). Westminster Campus: may 12 Westminster Campus / Brighton Center Commencement (tentative). Feb 19; Mar 5; Apr 9, 16 may 31 Summer classes begin. Brighton Center: Apr 16 SPRING 2011 • IMPORTANT DATES textBOOk  BuyBaCk Boulder County Campus: Last day to add or Last day to change audit Last day to withdraw “W Dec. 10, 13, 14 Class Sessions Semester Dates Jan 18, 19 drop with refund to credit, credit to audit Recorded” (no refund) larimer Campus: Dec. 10, 13, 14 15 weeks Feb 2 Feb 2 apr 15 Jan 18 - may 9 Jan 18, 19 12 weeks Feb 21 Feb 21 apr 20 Feb 8 - may 9 Westminster Campus: Dec. 10, 13, 14 1st 10 weeks Jan 28 Jan 28 mar 21 Jan 18 - apr 4 Jan 18, 19, 20 Bookstore Hours: 2nd 10 weeks mar 4 mar 4 apr 25 Feb 22 - may 9 frontrange.edu/bookstore 1st 5 weeks Jan 24 Jan 24  Feb 14 Jan 18 - Feb 21 2nd 5 weeks Feb 28 Feb 28 mar 28 Feb 22 - apr 4 note: Some classes meet during 3rd 5 weeks apr 11 apr 11 may 2 apr 5 - may 9 the semester at times that do not correspond 1st 7.5 weeks Jan 24 Jan 24 Feb 28 Jan 18 - mar 9 to the sessions on the left. Please check with 2nd 7.5 weeks mar 18 mar 18 apr 26 mar 10 - may 9 Office of Admissions and Weekend Feb 7 Feb 7 apr 18 Jan 21 - may 8 Records at your campus to determine drop/ CCCOnline (Ses 1) ADD: Jan 26 | DROP: Feb 8 Feb 8 apr 18 Jan 24 - may 8 withdrawal dates for those classes. CCCOnline (Ses 2) ADD: mar 1 | DROP: mar 9 mar 9 apr 25 Feb 28 - may 8
  3. 3. QUICklIst phone DIreCtorY boUlDer CoUntY CampUs (bCC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 303-678-3722 larImer CampUs (lC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .970-226-2500 ext . 0 onlIne learnInG (ol) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 303-404-5513 or 970-204-8250 WestmInster (WC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 303-404-5000 brIGhton Center (bG) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 303-404-5099 w ww .frontrange .edu See Page 90-91 FoR a ComPLete DePaRtmentaL DiReCtoRy ContentsImportant Dates ................................................................ 1 EDU • Education .................................................. 24, 68, 76 PSY • Psychology.....................................42, 58, 67, 71, 81Financial Aid ...................................................................... 4 EMS • Emergency Medical Services ..........................24, 64 REA • Reading ..................................................... 42, 58, 81Admission .......................................................................... 4 ENG • English .........................................25, 55, 64, 68, 76 RUS • Russian .................................................................. 47Assessment ....................................................................... 5 ESL • English As A Second Language .............................. 26 SCI • Science.................................................................... 47Advising ............................................................................. 6 ETH • Ethnic Studies ........................................................ 26 SOC • Sociology ...................................... 47, 58, 67, 71, 81Registration ....................................................................... 6 FIN • Finance ..............................................................26, 76 SPA • Spanish ............................................................ 47, 81Payment............................................................................. 8 FLD • Floral Design........................................................... 26 TEL • Teaching English As A Second Language . 48, 58, 67,New Student Orientation................................................. 11 FRE • French ..................................................................... 26 81Wolf Card ......................................................................... 11 FSW • Fire Science Wildland......................................27, 64 THE • Theatre ..............................................................48, 81Books and Supplies ........................................................ 11 GEO • Geography..................................................27, 69, 76 VET • Veterinary Technology .......................................48, 67Other Important Information ........................................... 89 GER • German .................................................................. 27 WEL • Welding .............................................. 50, 58, 60, 67Directory .......................................................................... 90 GEY • Geology ......................................................27, 55, 76 WST • Women’s Studies ...................................... 50, 71, 81 GIS • Geographic Information Systems ........................... 27 HHP • Holistic Health Program.........27, 55, 59, 64, 69, 77 HyBriD ClaSSeS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52-58AAA • Advanced Academic Achievement ..................12, 73 HIS • History .................................... 29, 55, 59, 64, 69, 77 How Hybrid classes work ................................................ 52ACC • Accounting ............................ 12, 52, 59, 62, 68, 73 HLT • Horticulture & Landscape Technology..............30, 65 Getting Started................................................................ 52AEC • Architectural Engineering & HOS • Hospitality ......................................... 30, 56, 65, 77 Course Information ......................................................... 52 Construction Technology ........................... 12, 52, 62 HPR • Health Professions....................... 31, 56, 65, 69, 77 How to Log into your Hybrid Class .................................. 52ALT • Animal Lab Technology ........................................... 13 HUM • Humanities .........................................31, 56, 69, 78 Information and Assistance ............................................ 52ANT • Anthropology ................................13, 52, 62, 68, 73 HVA • Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning .... 31, 56, 65 HWE • Health & Wellness ......................32, 59, 66, 69, 78 WeekenD ClaSSeS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59-60AQT • Aquaculture ............................................................ 13ARA • Arabic ..................................................................... 13 IND • Interior Design ..................................................32, 57 ITA • Italian ....................................................................... 32 late Start ClaSSeS . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62-71ART • Art .............................................................. 14, 68, 74ASE • Automotive Service Excellence ........................15, 62 JOU • Journalism ........................................................33, 78 LIT • Literature .............................................. 33, 60, 70, 78 Online ClaSSeS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72-84ASL • American Sign Language........................................ 16AST • Astronomy.................................................. 16, 53, 74 MAN • Management ......................................33, 57, 66, 78 How Online Classes Work ............................................... 72BIO • Biology .......................................... 16, 53, 59, 63, 74 MAR • Marketing ...........................................33, 57, 70, 78 Course Syllabi and Information ...................................... 72BUS • Business ......................................18, 53, 63, 68, 74 MAT • Mathematics ...................................... 34, 66, 70, 79 Books............................................................................... 72CAD • Computer Aided Drafting................... 18, 53, 59, 63 MET • Meteorology ........................................................... 35 Software Requirements................................................... 72CHE • Chemistry .................................................. 19, 54, 74 MGD • Multimedia Graphic Design ..................... 35, 57, 79 Registration ..................................................................... 72CIS • Computer Information Systems ...........20, 54, 63, 74 MTE • Manufacturing Technology..................................... 36 Information and Assistance ............................................ 72CNG • Computer Networking...............................20, 54, 63 MUS • Music ................................................. 36, 60, 66, 79 Payment........................................................................... 72COM • Communications ...................................... 21, 68, 75 NRE • Natural Resources ...........................................38, 57 Getting Started................................................................ 72CRJ • Criminal Justice ......................................... 21, 68, 75 NUA • Nurse Aide ..........................................38, 57, 60, 66 FRCC Online Classes ..................................................72-81CSC • Computer Science ...........................................21, 75 NUR • Nursing.............................................................39, 66 CCCOnline Classes.................................................... 82-84CUA • Culinary Arts ....................................................22, 75 PAR • Paralegal ..........................................................39, 79 PED • Physical Education...........................................40, 67 COntinuing eDuCatiOn . . . . . . . . . . 85-87CWB • Computer Web Based .............................. 22, 55, 75DAN • Dance..................................................................... 22 PHI • Philosophy ............................................40, 67, 70, 80DEA • Dental Assisting ...............................................22, 63 PHT • Pharmacy Technician................................. 41, 70, 80ECE • Early Childhood Education ................. 23, 59, 64, 75 PHY • Physics .............................................................41, 58ECO • Economics................................................. 24, 68, 75 POS • Political Science ....................................... 41, 70, 80
  4. 4. WelCome to FrCCÀ HERE’S wHAT IT TAkES TO bEcOME A STuDENT. 1. aPPly fOr aDmiSSiOn 2. lOg in tO eWOlf aCCOunt anD aCtivate StuDent email 3. aPPly fOr tuitiOn aSSiStanCe 4. take tHe aSSeSSment 5. meet WitH an aDviSOr 6. regiSter fOr ClaSSeS 7. Pay tuitiOn anD feeS 8. aCtivate frCC e-mail 9. get BOOkS anD SuPPlieS 10. attenD neW StuDent OrientatiOn 11. get tHe WOlf CarD/StuDent i.D. hoUrs oF operatIon RegULaR SeRViCe HoURS in PeRSon: aCCeSS to onLine SeRViCeS: Monday 8:30 am – 6:00 pm Tuesday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm Wednesday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm Thursday 8:30 am – 6:00 pm 24 hours a day /7 days a week www.frontrange.edu Friday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm eXtenDeD SeRViCe HoURS - in PeRSon: Monday - Thursday 8:30 am – 6:00 pm Friday 8:30 am – 4:00 pm 3
  5. 5. beComInG a stUDentÀ 1 . applY New students and students with an absence of 12 months or more must submit an Application for Admission (center section of this schedule or online at www.frontrange.edu). For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/getstarted. Students will be automatically admitted if they are 17 years of age or older; admission to the college does not assure acceptance into any specific program. Current high school students may enroll in college courses; for more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/highschoolprograms. If students are under 17, special procedures are required. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/admissions.resIDenCY For t UItIon pU rposes Students are classified as a Colorado “resident” or “nonresident” for tuition purposes based upon the information provided on the Admissions Application. A student’s age determines whose residency information is considered. If a student is under the age of 23, residency is based on the parent’s or legal guardian’s information. Residency information provided by the student/ parent must prove that legal ties and physical presence have been established in Colorado for 12 full months before the first day of the semester. For students who file a Petition for In-State Residency by the priority deadline listed in the Important Dates section, FRCC will provide a residency determination prior to the add/drop deadline for 15 week classes; however, students may need to pay the non-resident rate by the payment deadline in order to secure class registration. Filing a residency petition does not guarantee that students will be granted resident status. The final deadline listed in the Important Dates section to submit a Petition for In-State Residency is 30 days after the start of the semester. Residency determinations for petitions filed after the priority deadline cannot be guaranteed by the add/drop deadline and students may be subject to non-resident tuition. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/residency. Students in some western states may enroll in many two-year and four-year public college programs at reduced tuition, which is the total cost of FRCC resident tuition, through the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) agreement. WUE students are not eligible for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) tuition credit. Please contact the Admissions and Records Office for a current list of WUE participating states. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/admissions.laWFUl U .s . pr esenCe (hb 1 023) verIFICatIon HB 06S-1023 requires Colorado institutions of higher education verify the lawful U.S. presence of all applicants for public postsecondary education benefits. Applicants who fail to meet verification requirements may be subject to non-resident tuition and removal of the College Opportunity Fund (COF) tuition credit and other state funded benefits. For more information, go to highered.colorado.gov/finance/residency.Internat Ion al stUDents (F-1 vIsa) F-1 Visa students must submit an International Application packet. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/international. veterans ’ beneFIts Eligible veterans may be entitled to veterans’ benefits for approved classes in this schedule. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/veteran.À 2 . s IGn Up For ColleGe op portU nItY FUnD (CoF) Resident students must apply for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) in order to receive the state tuition credit. For more information and to sign up, go to www.frontrange.edu/COF. À 3 . applY For FInanCIal aID FRCC provides financial assistance in the form of grants, work study, loans and scholarship programs. These funding sources include federal, state, institutional and private sources to assist in funding educational goals. Information regarding Financial Aid programs may be obtained online at www.frontrange.edu/financialaid or in any of the FRCC Financial Aid Offices listed below: boulder County Campus: 303-678-3696 • larimer Campus: 970-204-8376 • Westminster Campus/brighton Center: 303-404-5250 The first step to begin the financial aid process is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov. This application is used to determine federal, state and institutional financial aid eligibility. There are mandated requirements in order to be eligible for financial aid, and these are found on the FRCC financial aid webpage. Primary consideration for certain funding sources will be given to those who submit their financial aid application by the priority deadline date posted on the FRCC financial aid webpage for each term. This also assures that funding will be in place to meet payment deadlines and allows time for financial aid to be processed. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure all funding sources are in place to cover all obligations owed to FRCC, such as tuition and fees. In order to remain in classes, the student must have 4
  6. 6. enough financial aid in the “accepted” status to cover their tuition bill by the payment deadline. All grants and scholarships are automatically accepted on the student’s behalf if awarded, but the student must manually accept their loans on their studentaccount. Students may view their student account at www.frontrange.edu or contact the Cashiers Office to determine their tuition bill and to ensure they have enough financial aid in the “accepted” status to cover that bill. Otherwise they must make a full payment or sign up for the FACTS deferred payment plan by the close of business on the payment deadline. Payments for enrollments after the payment deadline are due at the close of the next business day. If payment is not received by the deadline, student risks being dropped from course(s) for non-payment, and may only re-enroll if space is available. Even though FRCC intends to drop students who do not pay by the deadline, the college cannot guarantee that classes will be dropped for unpaid accounts. Students are responsible for dropping classes even if they do not pay on time. If they do not, they will be responsible for any balance owed. If the student is not planning to attend FRCC, he/she must log on to his/her student account and drop classes by the published add/drop date for the course. Students who receive financial aid are subject to all Satisfactory Academic Progress and Return of Title IV requirements. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/financialaid. For more payment information, please contact the Cashier’s Office, www.frontrange.edu/cashier.À 4 . assessmentAll new students must take an assessment that evaluates academic preparation in written language and mathematics, or qualify for an exemption, in accordance with Colorado Community College System Board Policy. The assessment is computerized, untimed, and takes approximately two hours to complete. Students must arrive at the Testing Center at least two hours prior to closing. The initial placement assessment is free of charge; fees apply for re-tests. Assessment scores are valid for five (5) years. Study guides are available. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/testing.All English as Second Language (ESL) students must take an assessment prior to enrollment in college courses. Individual campuses may require specific steps prior to taking the assessment. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/continuinged. aCCUplaCer eXemptI onsSome students may be exempt from taking all or part of the assessment. Exemptions are granted with appropriate documentation at Testing, Advising and Counseling, or Admissions and Records Offices. Larimer Campus exemptions are only provided through Testing. 1. Possess an Associate of Arts (AA) or Associate of Science (AS) degree or higher from a regionally accredited college or university. Associate of Applied Science (AAS) or Associate of General Studies (AGS) degrees may not qualify for this exemption.2. Completed English composition and/or mathematics with a grade of “C” or better from a regionally accredited college or university. 3. ACT or SAT scores within the past 5 years. aCt teSt SCoRe Sat teSt SCoRe ACT English 18 SAT English 440 ACT Reading 17 SAT English 430 (exempt from reading only) ACT Math 19* SAT Math 460 * CT math scores place students in varying levels of courses. For scores needed for placement in algebra, trigonometry, A and calculus go to www.frontrange.edu/testing.4. Enrollment in one course for either employment enhancement or personal interest. Note: • Students under 20 years of age are not eligible for a one course waiver. • gtPATHWAYS courses are not eligible for a one course waiver. • English and math courses are not eligible for a one course waiver.test In G aCC ommoDat IonsReasonable accommodations will be provided with advance notice for persons with documented disabilities. No variation of the assessment can be made without prior approval. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/disability.boulder County Campus, Westminster Campus/brighton Center: 303-404-5302 • larimer Campus: 970-204-8112 5
  7. 7. À 5 . a DvIsInG Advising is important to student’s success each semester and advisors are available throughout the year. Students can discuss career planning, select a program of study, plan transfer to a four-year college, ask general questions about academic progress, plan for subsequent semesters, and receive referrals to appropriate resources. All new students are required to meet with an advisor to discuss their academic plans. The advisor will remove the registration hold on the student’s account after the meeting. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/advising. At Larimer Campus and Boulder County Campus, students must first attend a First Step Advising Session. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/lcfirststep (for Larimer) or www.frontrange.edu/bccadvising (for Boulder County). Students attending the Westminster Campus are encouraged to attend a Get Started session. If a student is unable to come to campus contact the Online Advisor at advise@frontrange.edu. For more information go to www.frontrange.edu/advising.À 6 . re GIster For C lasses Students may add, drop, and withdraw online at www.frontrange.edu by accessing their student account, or in person at all sites during service hours. Please refer to the specific add/drop deadlines listed with each course. Courses that are less than five (5) weeks in length may require registration/add/drop before the first day of the course. aDDInG a CoUrse /late reGIstrat Ion Open registration is allowed through the second day of the semester. Late registration may be allowed for courses after the second day of the semester and up through the first 15% of the course. To register for a course after the second day, students must obtain instructor permission on an Add/Drop Form; forms must be submitted to Admissions and Records within one (1) business day of obtaining instructor permission. Students may request late registration for FRCC Online courses by forwarding the instructor’s emailed permission to OL@frontrange.edu or by bringing a printout of the email to Admissions and Records. Certain restrictions may apply; contact the campus Admissions and Records Office. CCCOnline courses have specific registration procedures and deadlines. Add/drop deadlines may vary and are listed with the courses in the schedule. For more information, go to www.ccconline.org. Payment for registration that occurs after the payment deadline date is due by the end of the next business day. WaItl Ist The waitlist allows students an opportunity to get into a class that is full, but could have space available before the course begins. Not all courses are available for waitlist. Students can waitlist for courses at www.frontrange.edu by accessing their student account in eWolf. If space becomes available, students will be given the opportunity to register themselves in the course in the order placed on the waitlist. Notification of this opening will be sent to the students FrCC email address only and will provide students with a 48-hour window of time to register themselves in the opening before the system moves onto the next student. If a student does not register for the course within the 48-hour window, he/she will be dropped from the waitlist and the next student on the waitlist will receive a notification email. Students are responsible for monitoring their FRCC e-mail account, registering themselves within the given window of time, and paying any additional tuition and fees by the payment deadline. Special conditions apply to the number and type of courses in which a student may concurrently waitlist and enroll. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu and access your student eWolf account; on the "Student" tab you will see FAQs about the waitlist.Dropp InG a Co Urse Students may drop a course online or in person during the first 15% of the course and receive a refund of the applicable tuition and fees. Drop deadlines are listed next to the courses in this schedule or by session dates in the Important Dates section. All course drops must be performed by close of business on the deadline date. If the student is not planning to attend FRCC, he/she must log on to their student account in eWolf and drop classes by the deadline date. Students are responsible for any balance owed. Dropped courses will not appear on student transcripts. Financial Aid students: If a student stops attending a class without officially dropping the course(s), or has received funds for the course prior to dropping or withdrawing from course(s), the student may owe a repayment. If a student drops a course, financial aid will be adjusted based on actual enrollment. For information on specific situations, contact the campus Financial Aid Office. International students may only drop a course with international advisor permission. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/international.6
  8. 8. WIth DraWInG From a CoU rseStudents may withdraw from a course online or in person during the first 80% of the course. There are no refunds for withdrawals. Withdrawal deadlines are listed by session dates in the Important Dates section in this schedule, or on the students account online. All course withdrawals must be performed by 5:00 p.m. on the deadline date. Courses from which a student withdraws from will appear as a “W” grade on the student transcript.Financial Aid students: If a student withdraws from a course, a portion of the financial aid may have to be repaid and the student could be ineligible to receive future financial aid at any institution until the funds are repaid. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/financialaid.High School Concurrent Enrollment students should meet with their advisor and high school counselor prior to withdrawing from a course. For more information to www.frontrange.edu/highschoolsprograms.International students may only withdraw from a course with international advisor permission. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/international.C anCeleD C lassesFRCC will refund 100% of tuition and student bond fees for a course that FRCC cancels. Students are responsible for initiating the refund by contacting the Cashier’s Office or completing a Tuition Adjustment Form. If a course is canceled, financial aid will be adjusted based on actual enrollment. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/refund.aUDItInG CoUrses“Auditing” means students pay for and attend classes but do not receive a grade. Audited courses are not eligible for the COF tuition credit, and the student is responsible to pay the COF portion. Audited courses do not meet either degree requirements or credit hour requirements for financial aid or VA benefits. Students must complete a Request to Audit form at the Admissions and Records Office by the drop/add deadline for Final gradesthe course. Final grades are availableGraD es anD oFFICIal transCrI pts approximately 3-5 days after theStudents may access grades through eWolf. The Student ID number (SID) and password are required and semester ends.students may request a copy of a transcript if desired. Grades will not be provided over the phone.There is no cost for an official transcript, unless requesting same day service. For same day service, there is a charge of $10.00 for each official transcript requested. Official transcripts may be requested through eWolf. Official transcripts may also be requested in writing, either by mail, or by completing the Transcript Request Form available from www.frontrange.edu/transcript or by visiting the campus Admissions and Records Office. Transcripts will be issued in accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act graduation(FERPA). Official transcripts will not be released if a student has financial obligations to the college. Checklist • Apply for graduation byGraDUat Ion (Commen Cem ent) deadline • Take CAAP ExamFormal Commencement ceremonies are conducted once a year, after the spring semester. Certificates and • Transfer credit to FRCCdegrees are awarded at the end of each semester; students may participate in commencement regardless • Attend Commencementof the semester in which the degree or certificate was earned. If a student expects to receive a certificate or www.frontrange.edu/graduationdegree at the end of this semester, they must apply for graduation by the date listed in the Important Dates section of this schedule. All students receiving an associate degree must complete the CAAP (Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency) exam during the semester of their intended graduation. Please see Important Dates section for CAAP testing dates. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/graduation. 7
  9. 9. À 7 . paYment hoW to paY Payment is due by the close of business on the payment deadline listed in the Important Dates section of this schedule. Regardless of the payment method (Financial aid loans, grants, or scholarships, FACTS deferred payment plan, third party payment, or payment in full by student, parent, or other), it is the students responsibility to ensure that payment to cover all tuition and fees is made prior to the published deadline. For enrollments that take place after the published payment deadline, payment is due by the close of the next business day. If payment is not received by the published deadline, the student risks being dropped from all courses for non-payment (or underpayment), and may only re-enroll if space is available in desired courses. Please note that changes to the students schedule can result in an outstanding balance. Even though FRCC intends to drop students who do not pay by the published deadline (or in cases where the deadline has passed, by close of the next business day), the college cannot guarantee that classes will be dropped for unpaid accounts. Student are responsible for dropping classes even if they do not pay on time. If they do not, they will be held responsible for any balance owed. If the student is not planning to attend FRCC, he/she must log in to his/her student account in eWolf and drop classes by the published add/drop date for the course. Payment options include: • ail the payment (check or official employer/agency authorization only) to the Cashier’s Office at M Larimer or Westminster campus. Payment must be received by the published deadline. • n person at campus Cashier’s Offices by cash, check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, or official I employer/agency authorization. Please note: cash payments are not accepted at the Boulder County Campus or the Brighton Center. • Online at www.frontrange.edu with Visa or MasterCard by accessing the student account. • Sign up for a Deferred Payment Plan (FACTS), online at www.frontrange.edu/facts. DeFerreD paYment FRCC utilizes FACTS, an independent firm to administer and manage its Deferred Payment Plan. All deferred payment arrangements are made online. Sign up at www.frontrange.edu by accessing the student account. Select “FACTS Deferred Payment Plan.” Several payment plan options are available. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/facts. stUDents nee D to knoW… If a student withdraws from courses after the drop/refund period, the student is still responsible for completing payments. A student will not be dropped from the current semester’s classes if the student failed to make payments on the Deferred Payment Plan; however, a financial hold will be placed on the student account preventing any future registrations. FRCC and a collection service will pursue unpaid balances, and the student will be held responsible for any collection charges.8
  10. 10. tUIt Ion rat es Please note: Tuition and fee rates presented are the actual rates for FY 2010-2011. tUition anD Fee RateS for Larimer Campus and for FRCC Online courses. Example: TOTAL BASE IN-STATE TUITION $158.25 Registration Fee + 11.45 plus FEES Student Fees + 9.70 minus “COLLEGE OPPORTUNITY FUND” STIPEND – 62.00 STUDENT’S SHARE OF IN-STATE TUITION = $117.40 these are the rates For the 2010-2011 aCaDemIC Year please note as approveD bY the state leGIslatUre anD state boarD For CommUnItY ColleGes anD oCCUpatIonal eDUCatIon . • onlIne stUDents LARIMER camPuS TuITION AND FEES please refer to the online learning and CCConline tuition Student Share- and fees table . Total Base Tuition Fees COF Stipend* Tuition/Fees • nUrsInG DIFFerentIalCReDit nOn RegistRAtiOn stuDent nOn nOn tUItIon rate note: ResiDent ResiDent ResiDent resident students HOuR ResiDent Fee Fees ResiDent ResiDent please add $40 .35 per credit hour to 1 158.25 413.60 11.45 9.70 (62.00) 0.00 117.40 434.75 the resident tuition rates in these tables 2 316.50 827.20 11.45 19.40 (124.00) 0.00 223.35 858.05 for all nursing courses (nUr prefix) . 3 474.75 1240.80 11.45 29.10 (186.00) 0.00 329.30 1281.35 • For each additional 4 633.00 1654.40 11.45 38.80 (248.00) 0.00 435.25 1704.65 credit hour over 18, 5 791.25 2068.00 11.45 48.50 (310.00) 0.00 541.20 2127.95 resident students add $161 .00 6 949.50 2481.60 11.45 58.20 (372.00) 0.00 647.15 2551.25 and non-resident students add 7 1107.75 2895.20 11.45 67.90 (434.00) 0.00 753.10 2974.55 $398 .60 to total 8 1266.00 3308.80 11.45 77.60 (496.00) 0.00 859.05 3397.85 cost of attendance . 9 1424.25 3722.40 11.45 87.30 (558.00) 0.00 965.00 3821.15 • program and high cost course fees are 10 1582.50 4136.00 11.45 97.00 (620.00) 0.00 1070.95 4244.45 not included in this 11 1740.75 4549.60 11.45 106.70 (682.00) 0.00 1176.90 4667.75 table; please refer to the fee section 12 1899.00 4963.20 11.45 116.40 (744.00) 0.00 1282.85 5091.05 below for more information about 13 2057.25 5376.80 11.45 121.10 (806.00) 0.00 1383.80 5509.35 all fees . 14 2215.50 5790.40 11.45 125.80 (868.00) 0.00 1484.75 5927.65 15 2373.75 6204.00 11.45 130.50 (930.00) 0.00 1585.70 6345.95 16 2532.00 6617.60 11.45 135.20 (992.00) 0.00 1686.65 6764.25 17 2690.25 7031.20 11.45 139.90 (1054.00) 0.00 1787.60 7182.55 18 2848.50 7444.80 11.45 144.60 (1116.00) 0.00 1888.55 7600.85 rates ContInUe D on neX t paGe 9
  11. 11. these are the rates For the 2010-2011 aCaDemIC Year please note as approveD bY the state leGIslatUre anD state boarD For CommUnItY ColleGes anD oCCUpatIonal eDUCatIon . • onlIne stUDents FRcc ONLINE AND cccONLINE TuITION AND FEES please refer to the online learning and CCConline tuition Student Share- and fees table . Total Base Tuition Fees COF Stipend* Tuition/Fees • nUrsInG DIFFerentIal tUItIon rate note: CReDit nOn RegistRAtiOn stuDent nOn nOn resident students ResiDent ResiDent ResiDent HOuR ResiDent Fee Fees ResiDent ResiDent please add $40 .35 per credit hour to the resident tuition 1 232.15 259.30 11.45 0.00 (62.00) 0.00 181.60 270.75 rates in these tables 2 464.30 518.60 11.45 0.00 (124.00) 0.00 351.75 530.05 for all nursing courses (nUr prefix) . 3 696.45 777.90 11.45 0.00 (186.00) 0.00 521.90 789.35 • For each additional 4 928.60 1037.20 11.45 0.00 (248.00) 0.00 692.05 1048.65 credit hour over 18, 5 1160.75 1296.50 11.45 0.00 (310.00) 0.00 862.20 1307.95 resident students add $161 .00 6 1392.90 1555.80 11.45 0.00 (372.00) 0.00 1032.35 1567.25 and non-resident students add 7 1625.05 1815.10 11.45 0.00 (434.00) 0.00 1202.50 1826.55 $398 .60 to total 8 1857.20 2074.40 11.45 0.00 (496.00) 0.00 1372.65 2085.85 cost of attendance . 9 2089.35 2333.70 11.45 0.00 (558.00) 0.00 1542.80 2345.15 • program and high cost course fees are 10 2321.50 2593.00 11.45 0.00 (620.00) 0.00 1712.95 2604.45 not included in this 11 2553.65 2852.30 11.45 0.00 (682.00) 0.00 1883.10 2863.75 table; please refer to the fee section 12 2785.80 3111.60 11.45 0.00 (744.00) 0.00 2053.25 3123.05 below for more information about 13 3017.95 3370.90 11.45 0.00 (806.00) 0.00 2223.40 3382.35 all fees . 14 3250.10 3630.20 11.45 0.00 (868.00) 0.00 2393.55 3641.65 15 3482.25 3889.50 11.45 0.00 (930.00) 0.00 2563.70 3900.95 16 3714.40 4148.80 11.45 0.00 (992.00) 0.00 2733.85 4160.25 17 3946.55 4408.10 11.45 0.00 (1054.00) 0.00 2904.00 4419.55 18 4178.70 4667.40 11.45 0.00 (1116.00) 0.00 3074.15 4678.85baD C heCksBad checks constitute non-payment. If the student’s check is returned before the drop date, the student will be dropped from all classes and will be charged a bad check fee of $17.00 in addition to the registration fee. A hold will be placed on the account, and the student will be unable to re-register for classes until the financial obligation is cleared. If the student’s check is returned after the drop date, the student will not be dropped from classes. A hold will be placed on the account, and the student will be responsible for all outstanding tuition, fees, bad check fees, and resulting collection charges. CreDIt CarD Cha rG e baCksA credit card charge back constitutes non-payment. If a credit card charge is reversed before the drop date, the student will be dropped from all classes and will be charged a $15.00 fee in addition to the registration fee. A hold will be placed on the student account, and the student will be unable to re-register for classes until the financial obligation is cleared. If a credit card charge is reversed after the drop date, the student will not be dropped from classes. A hold will be placed on the account, and the student will be responsible for all outstanding tuition, fees, credit card chargeback fees, and resulting collection charges. FeesPlease note: Tuition and fee rates presented are the actual rates for FY 2010-2011.The State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education establishes and approves fees to recover some of the costs of providing certain classes and services. Bond fees vary by campus and are special fees approved by student vote through their recognized governance bodies. Fees are subject to change.registration Fee: Students pay a registration fee of $11.45 each semester. The fee is the same no matter how many courses are taken.high-Cost Course Fees: High-cost courses are assessed a fee of $6.05 per credit hour to defray the cost of materials, supplies and equipment. Be sure to add in these fees (listed with the relevant courses in the schedule) when calculating the total cost for tuition and fees.program Fee: Certain courses require services performed by outside parties. One example is malpractice insurance in health care courses. These fees are listed with the relevant courses in the schedule. 10
  12. 12. student Fees: A student fee of $4.70 per credit hour supports various Student Life services and the maintenance of parking services, including snow removal. Student Life services include all student publications and the operations of various programs and activities that supplement student learning, including recognized student organizations and clubs.Facility Fee: Boulder County Campus students pay a facility fee of $2.60 per credit hour up to 12 credits.bond Fees:Larimer Campus students pay a bond fee to fund the Longs Peak Student Center of $5.00 per credit hour up to 12 credits.Westminster Campus students pay a bond fee to fund the Campus Center of $30.00 per semester regardless of credit enrollment and a bond fee for parking lot renovations of $3.00 per credit hour up to 12 credits.Career/technical programs: Certain programs may have additional costs for items such as tools, uniforms, and insurance, which are required for some career/technical programs. Contact the appropriate career/technical program department for approximate costs. reFUnDsStudents can request a refund if they are dropping a course by contacting the Cashiers Office. All refunds will be issued electronically to the students CCCS Refund Card Debit Master Card®. Refunds will be issued within 21 days of the request, beginning after the first day of classes. For financial aid students, refunds begin after the last day to add/drop for the 15-week courses. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/refund.À 8 . aCt Ivate FrCC stUDent e- maIlFRCC provides all students a free college email account. FRCC uses college e-mail as its primary form of communication; it is essential that students activate the e-mail account and check e-mail regularly. Activate the college e-mail account at www.frontrange.edu/email.À 9 . books anD sU ppl IesTextbooks and supplies are available at the FRCC Bookstores for all FRCC courses including courses offered through FRCC Online. Students should bring a course schedule to ensure textbooks and materials obtained are correct. Students may also order textbooks online. Restrictions apply for refunds or exchanges. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/bookstore. Financial Aid Bookstore Accounts: Bookstore accounts are available for Financial Aid students; see the deadline in the Important Dates section. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/financialaid. CCCOnline Students: Textbooks for CCCOnline courses are not available via the FRCC Bookstores. For more information, go to www.ccconline.org/students/bookstore. Students receiving Financial Aid may call 303-595-1665.À 10 . neW stUDent orI entatIonFRCC has many opportunities for students to reach their goals, and orientation serves as a fun and exciting way to learn about the services and resources that help students succeed while meeting other students new to FRCC. Research shows that students who attend an orientation are better prepared for success and feel more connected to college. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/orientation. Students enrolled in online courses, go to www.frontrange.edu/online.À 11 . FrCC WolF C arD – stUDen t IDBecome part of the FRCC community with the FRCC Wolf Card. Use the Wolf Card as a student ID card for identification, library and fitness center access and for signing in at the campus computer centers, media centers and more. The Wolf Card costs $5; replacement for a lost card is $10. Nursing, EMS, and other specialty cards cost $8. For more information, go to www.frontrange.edu/wolfcard. Wolf cards are only available to currently enrolled students. Bring a copy of a paid registration or class schedule and a government-issued ID to: Boulder County Campus: Student Life Desk Larimer Campus: Longs Peak Student Center, Information Center Westminster Campus: Student Life Office Brighton Center: Front Desk Online Learning: Any campus locationÀ What else?A government-issued photo ID, a high school ID or FRCC Wolf Card is required for all in-person transactions at the college.Students can find out more about academic advising, career planning and counseling, child care, computer labs, learning support services, disability services, testing options, transfer options, and tutoring (to name a few services). Contact the campus department listed in the Directory on page 90 or for more information, go to www.frontrange.edu. 11

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