Transferring Out of FRCC

FRCC & Transfer Success

FRCC is one of the top community colleges in the country for student outcomes when they transfer to four-year colleges. Our students generally do as well as—or better than—students who start at their four-year destination school.

How is This Possible?

Our average class size is 19 students. That means more personalized attention from supportive instructors who really care about your success. And because 100% of our dedicated, passionate faculty have master's or doctoral degrees—along with valuable real-world experience—you can tap into a wealth of knowledge and expertise.

Personal Attention- 19 Average Class Size
Affordable Tuition- Get your first two years of college for half the cost of a university.

Save Big on Tuition

Starting college at FRCC means you'll save thousands of dollars. Our tuition is less than half what you would pay at a four-year school, and there are no dorm or dining hall costs. Finish your first two years at FRCC and you'll head off to college with all your credits—and way less debt.

On Campus or Online

Front Range Community College has three campuses—in Longmont, Westminster and Fort Collins—so we're located right near you.  What's more, FRCC was recently ranked one of the top 10 community colleges in the country for online learning.* We've got 20 years of experience offering online classes—so FRCC faculty members are well-trained and experienced in teaching online.

This gives you the added flexibility to take your classes on campus, online—or both!

30 programs guaranteed to transfer to Colorado public colleges

Completing Your Associate Degree at FRCC Has Its Benefits

Where You Can Transfer

With an Associate of Arts (AA) or Science (AS) degree from FRCC, you can transfer to any Colorado public four-year college or university, including:

  • Adams State University

  • Colorado Mesa University

  • Colorado State University-Fort Collins

  • Colorado State University-Pueblo

  • Fort Lewis College

  • Metropolitan State University of Denver

  • University of Colorado-Boulder

  • University of Colorado-Colorado Springs

  • University of Colorado-Denver

  • University of Northern Colorado

  • Western State Colorado University

See transfer guides for these schools.

Have Questions?

The first step is applying to FRCC. If you have any questions about the process, you can request information or contact our Admissions team.

If you're a current student, contact your advisor to talk about your transfer plans.

*Ranked ninth in the U.S. by College Consensus.




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