Arapahoe Campus: 6600 E. Arapahoe Rd, Boulder, CO 80303
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Paddock Campus: 805 Gillaspie Drive, Boulder, CO 80303
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447-5220 (FAX: 447-5258)
Arapahoe Campus: M-Th 7:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Fri 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
WHAT SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE:
Front Range Community College-Arapahoe Campus is part of the largest community college system in the state, with campuses in Boulder as well as Westminster, Fort Collins and Longmont. The school provides vocational training as well as core academic classes through associate of arts, associate of science and certificate programs. A variety of credit and noncredit classes are also available for upgrading skills and personal enhancement. Please consult the FRCC catalog and class schedules for a list of available courses. FRCC provides the following services to students enrolled:
DO I QUALIFY FOR HELP:
There are no requirements for Front Range classes, although some may require prerequisite course work or demonstrated skill levels. Financial aid applicants must qualify. Teen parents need not be enrolled in Front Range, but must be enrolled in secondary school in Boulder Valley.
WHO DO I CONTACT:
Call or come by the main campus to make an appointment with a counselor, to request catalogs, class schedules, information packets or to ask questions of a general nature. Persons interested in the Teen Parenting Program may call Gloria Parmerlee-Greiner, coordinator, at 447-5346.
HOW DOES IT WORK:
Depending on needs or areas of career interests, a prospective student may be referred to a counselor for further discussion, to the admissions secretary or, for a secondary student, to the home high school counselor for registration materials. Most certificate classes enroll students at the semester, although some classes begin at the quarter. Students interested in financial aid must complete an application and meet with a financial aid officer for further assistance.
WHAT ARE MY CHANCES FOR SUCCESS:
Certificates, associates degree or completion of a course of study qualify a student for entry-level employment or upgrading in a specific technology.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST:
High school students attend free. A small fee may be charged for some classes. Postsecondary students pay tuition, which is established each year. Class fees vary from $10-150 per class.
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