Getting Started at FRCC

We're so excited that you've decided to start your journey at Front Range Community College. Whether you are a first-time student, returning student, or international student, we'll guide you through the entire process, from application to enrollment.

How to Enroll

Once you've completed your application, it's time to complete the enrollment steps. Look below to identify your student type so you can find your enrollment checklist. If you have any questions, you can contact one of our new student navigators.

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New College Student

You're graduating from high school or have a diploma or GED and want to attend college for the first time. 

transfer student


Transfer to FRCC

You've taken college classes at another college or university and want to continue your education at FRCC.

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Returning FRCC Student

You're a previous FRCC student who has not enrolled in more than a year. 

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High School Student

You're currently a high school student and want to take college classes while still in high school.

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Guest Student

If you just want to take one or two classes at FRCC for credit or for your personal or career development.

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Military & Veterans

We're here to help you make the most out of your GI Bill® benefits and support you throughout your education at FRCC.

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International Student

We welcome international students who plan to study at FRCC with an F1 visa. 




Meet Your Team

Getting started is so much easier when you have a team to help you along the way. From filling out the application to completing your enrollment steps to deciding which classes to take,  we've got you covered.

Admissions Counselors

Want to learn more about FRCC?  Need help with your application? Our admissions counselors are here to answer any questions you have and can help you fill out your application.

New Student Navigators

Once, you've applied, our new student navigators are available to help get you through the enrollment steps, and provide valuable information and guidance for your next steps.

Academic Advisors

Once enrolled, you'll meet with your academic advisor. Your advisor can help you decide on a major, map out the courses needed for your program and help you register for your first semester classes.