From Front Range Community College's President Andy Dorsey:
It has been a year since the beginning of a global pandemic that has changed so much about the way we live our lives. I know that all of us—students, faculty, and staff—have been waiting for a return to life before the pandemic.
I am excited to share that we are planning to be close to full capacity on campus for fall semester 2021. We will continue to offer Real-Time Remote and Online courses for those who prefer learning remotely. Student services will continue to be available both virtually and in person. This applies to all of FRCC’s campuses.
This summer, we will be transitioning back to campus in a safe, phased approach. This means that about 40% of summer classes will be offered in person on campus, and the remaining classes will be offered as Real-Time Remote or Online classes.
We will continue to follow local, state, and federal guidance regarding social distancing and safety as we welcome more of our community back to campus.
Registration opens in April for both summer and fall semesters. Current student will receive information about registration dates, links to the course schedule and other resources. Our Pathways Advisors and other student services are all currently available virtually and in person to help you plan.
Summer registration opens April 15
Classes start June 1
Fall registration opens April 26
Classes start August 23
This past year has been challenging for our community, and I have been so impressed with our students and employees—their resiliency, flexibility and achievements. We are proud of our campus communities, and we are thankful that you are a part of our FRCC family.