Our semester includes in-person instruction and all of your favorite activities, but with safety measures in place, like masks and distancing, to keep our community healthy. Our Admission Office is offering virtual visits, as well as in-person tours. The Skyhawk community cares — respect and protect each other's well-being!
Bring your curiosity, your sense of adventure, and your love of life. Feel them become the future you almost dared not dream.
Your classes are small in numbers, but as wide as the world. They rarely end at the classroom door. Your faculty are guides and mentors in this modern life as much as they are teachers of academic subjects. Your peers are collaborators in coursework, and co-conspirators in adventure.
Your campus on the mesa looks over our iconic Colorado town. A town that brings together mountains and desert, concepts and reality, people and their landscape.
A history of FLC
Today’s FLC is a place of experiential learning and an incubator of ideas and opportunity. It emerged through a series of changes uniquely tied to this region and its people. From military outpost to Indian boarding school, rural high school to public college, we have been at the heart of Southwest Colorado and the Four Corners region or over a century.
More history of FLC
From art galleries to eateries, 300 days of sunshine to 300 miles of local trails, Durango, Colorado is a launchpad like no other for your adventures. Situated along a rolling river between wild mountains and desert canyons, you have culture and history, outdoor adventure, and nightlife at your fingertips.
Check out Durango
From the citizen members of the Board of Trustees to the elected leaders of the Associated Students of FLC, we are led by individuals committed to our community. Our mission and values guide our decisions and propel us toward ambitious strategic goals. We invite you to see what we’re up to.
From carbon neutrality to rural economic development, Skyhawks take the initiative to solve the problems we as a society face today. Current initiatives tackle engineering problems in developing nation and water issues in the American west. They launch independent businesses, direct campus sustainability, and uphold the Native American Tuition Waiver.
Bring safe water and sanitation to communities in developing nations. FLC engineering students design and build projects around the world. All students are welcome to join for the installations.
Residents, ranchers, river guides, and ecologists--we all have a stake in the future of water in the west. Find out what this multidisciplinary and collaborative project is doing about it.
Win $5000 to launch your brilliant business idea in the next HawkTank competition.