FRCC's Taste of College Community Block Party

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Front Range Community College is celebrating 50 years of supporting students with a community celebration at its Westminster campus.

What: Taste of College

A celebration of FRCC’s 50th anniversary!

FRCC’s Westminster Campus

(3645 West 112th Avenue)

Come join us and enjoy:

• Live entertainment (music and dance)

• Food trucks (cash or credit card)

• Fun activities and games for kids of all ages

• Campus tours

Who: Open to the public—free entry!

Why: To celebrate 50 years of supporting “Successful Lives and Strong Futures” in our community.

A Little History:

When the college first opened its doors to students in the fall of 1968, it was as the very first campus of the new Community College of Denver—eventually called the North Campus of CCD. More than 1,800 students crowded into two metal buildings with a very small faculty, and just a handful of program offerings.

What would eventually be known as the Westminster Campus opened in the fall of 1977. The first semester at the new solar-heated and -cooled building brought in 4,838 students. At the time, it claimed the title as the country’s largest solar installation. The school officially became known as Front Range Community College in the summer of 1983.

Fast Forward to 2018:

Things look a little different now that FRCC is the largest community college in Colorado. Today the college features:

• Three campuses (plus several other locations for classes and labs).

• A large selection of online courses.

• Approximately 28,000 students.

• More than 160 degrees and certificates.

FRCC is also the number one transfer institution for Colorado State University, the University of Colorado-Boulder, the University of Northern Colorado, and other four-year colleges in the state.

This type of tremendous growth and improvement takes a lot of work. Over the last 50 years, many dedicated employees have helped make FRCC into what it is today. A lot of hard-working students have walked through our doors since 1968—striving to enrich their lives, and going on to accomplish great things. We are excited to celebrate how FRCC’s efforts have changed people’s lives and the communities we serve.


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