Discuss and StrategizeDiscuss the College Before Graduation Program with your parent/guardian. Meet with your counselor to determine if the course you want to take will work with your high school schedule. Check the course catalog to know if the course you are interested in has any prerequisites. You cannot take a course unless you have met those prerequisites. It is also advised that you meet with a college advisor to align your courses with your career plans. If you are not sure which courses to take, reach out to FRCC for more direction on career pathways.
GT Pathways courses, in which the student earns a C- or higher, will transfer and apply to GT Pathways requirements in AA, AS and most bachelor's degrees at any public Colorado college and university.
Know What Level of Course is Right for YouMath, Composition and World Language courses above beginning level may require an assessment for proper placement. This site has self assessment guides for Math and Composition. For World Languages go to this link and choose the Foreign Language Placement exam when scheduling an appointment.
CBG AgreementIt is important that both the parent and student read and understand this form before submitting. Each year there are two forms available depending on the program you are in. The Agreement addresses student privacy, authorization of COF (College Opportunity Fund), transcription of grades and other important topics. If there is anything you do not understand, please reach out to your counselor, Grad+ Site Lead or email@example.com. The Agreement needs to be submitted every semester in order for the student and class to be approved for BVSD tuition support.
AccommodationsColleges and universities do not recognized 504 and IEPs. If you need any accommodations, contact Disability Support Services before classes start. Check out their web page for lots of helpful information.
The Application and S NumberThe FRCC application is free and does not require an essay. All who apply are admitted. FRCC will assign you a 'Student ID 'S' Number (S00000000). You will use this number to sign up for classes so write it down or keep a copy. It may take a few days to get so check your email. Make sure you authorize COF (Colorado Opportunity Fund) when enrolling.
If there is ever a hold on your account, please email FRCC to find out how to get it removed.
Tuition and FeesTuition for FRCC classes are covered by the State of Colorado (through COF) and BVSD. A part of the FRCC application includes applying to and authorizing COF to make payment to FRCC on your behalf. If you do not do this, your family will be responsible for that portion of the tuition (currently $116/credit hour). Sometimes students authorize COF but it doesn't get applied due to other errors in the application (incorrect DOB, transposed SSN, etc.) Check to confirm COF is applied through your eWolf account by clicking on the COF icon. BVSD's portion of your tuition bill may not be applied until later in the semester. If you are receiving bills after the second month of class, please contact BCC.CE@frontrange.edu.
When you are approved, you will receive an email from BVSD Career and College Connections letting you know that you have been approved and what are the required next steps. Please check your SPAM folder and email us if you are close to the deadline to apply and have not received an email. Students taking class in the high school will not receive an email.
Register for Classes
After you have received your FRCC 'S' number or student ID and you have been approved by BVSD, you are ready to register for classes. Go online to your student eWOLF account (FRCC website link at the top left corner). Pay attention to registration deadlines!
- Check your college issued email account in eWolf, this is where you will communicate with your instructors
- Check your syllabus for course materials and expectations.
Note: If your course is on the high school campus, FRCC will register you. If your course is on the FRCC campus or online, you are responsible for registering for classes. If you are taking a course after school or during the summer at a BVSD campus (District Select), you are responsible for registering for classes and you will be emailed a unique CRN to complete registration.
- If your class meets in person, know where you are going and how long it will take to get there.
- Login to D2L/MyCourse on the first day of the semester, regardless when your class starts
- Remember to check your FRCC email frequently (found in eWolf)
- The course syllabus that the teacher provides lists all of the reading and course assignments. Check the syllabus daily to stay on top of what needs to be done. Also, when the class is finished, save the syllabus in an electronic file - you may need it when transferring the credit to a university!
We strongly encourage students taking classes with FRCC to get BVSD approval prior to November 6 for Spring 2024.
Registration for FRCC classes opens October 31 for students with 1-29 credits and November 6 for all students. Some classes fill up fast. The FRCC Concurrent Enrollment team is holding Registration Bootcamps for high school students on November 10th and 11th. Please sign up for a session HERE.
Step 1: Apply to FRCC FRCCClick here for video Instructions for completing the FRCC application
If you have already applied and have an FRCC S number,
please go to STEP 2
Step 2: Complete CBG Agreement For FRCC classes in your high school
Step 3: DON'T MISS THIS STEP! After steps 1 and 2 are completed, if you are approved, you will receive an email with steps on how to register for Campus and District Select classes in the FRCC eWolf system. If you do not receive an approval email, check your SPAM folder. Reach out to CareerandCollege@bvsd.org if you have questions. Sign up for a REGISTRATION BOOT CAMP to learn how access and use eWolf
Step 4: Attend NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION
If this is your first time attending FRCC please sign up for an ORIENTATION SESSION. In person, virtual and online-asynchronous sessions are available.The last day to complete class registration for Campus and District Select classes in eWolf for Spring 2024 is January 17th.
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- Request a Course
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If you have specific, individual needs (i.e. 504 or IEP), you must contact FRCC's Office of Disability Services to learn about how your needs will be met. Accommodations provided at the high school may not be allowed as reasonable accommodations at the college level. Please do this as soon as possible so that accommodations are in place when classes start. For more information from the Colorado Department of Education please click here.
If you have an IEP or a 504 plan at your high school, you qualify for the following:
Time and a half (1.5x) on tests
Quiet testing location
Copies of lecture notes
For more information about accommodations please click here. Students must advocate for these accommodations. Please contact FRCC’s Office of Disability Services at 970-775-8418 or email Alexandra.Sanchez@frontrange.edu.
Before you sign up for testing, apply as a FRCC student (if you haven't already).
FRCC offers a testing center for placement in Math, Writing, ESL, Biology, Chemistry, Spanish, French, German and Russian language. Please schedule the test here: https://www.frontrange.edu/
If you are testing for ASL (American Sign Language), email Barbara Meddaugh to schedule an appointment.