These strategic partnerships illustrate the College’s dedication to offering diverse pathways to and from our institution that help develop students for their early college careers and move them into the professional world.
The CU Nursing Fort Lewis College Collaborative is a new cross-state resource and knowledge-sharing model between Fort Lewis College and CU College of Nursing at Anschutz Medical Campus. The two institutions combine their strengths to create a hands-on, culturally sensitive, patient-centered healthcare curriculum for a four-year nursing degree program.
Students who want a career in social work can complete an accelerated master's program in five years through the Fort Lewis College and University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work (DU/GSSW) Cooperative Undergraduate/Graduate Degree program.
Students who want a career in Public History can complete an accelerated master's program in five years through the Fort Lewis College and University of Colorado-Denver Cooperative Undergraduate/Graduate Degree program.
The Colorado Department of Education granted Animas High School $13.7 million to build a permanent facility co-located on the FLC campus, allowing AHS to better serve its mission for the students of Durango and become an on-campus partner for learning opportunities for FLC Teacher Education students.
Through the $3.6 million RISE grant, FLC partnered with five local high schools and Pueblo Community College to create the Southwest Colorado Education Collaborative. This partnership supports students exploring college and career opportunities through concurrent enrollment, summer enrichment, work-based learning, and targeted high school curriculum. FLC is a lead partner for Environmental Studies, Health Sciences, and Education pathways.
College Connect provides a direct path from earning an associate degree at San Juan College to completing your bachelor’s degree at FLC.
The Springboard Fellowship opens a world of possibilities for eager students looking to build social capital and launch into life after college.
As a partnership between Fort Lewis College and Colorado Mesa University, the Fellowship is a free, year-long program to support hard-working students excited about their future careers.
This collaborative program between CU Boulder and Fort Lewis College looks to improve teaching across the state by offering postdoctoral teaching fellowships and visiting assistant professorships to recognized newly graduated PhD students.
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Alana RomansDirector of Strategic Initiatives
Phone: 970-247-6550Email: firstname.lastname@example.org