Get back on track at FLC

Are you trying to return to FLC to finish your degree? Or a current student needing support to stay on track? Maybe you want to take time off from school and could use some help to plan?

The Circle Back Program is here to help you get back to success at Fort Lewis College. Join us!

Current and returning students in the Circle Back program receive holistic support, helping students navigate college processes, connect to support systems, build campus and community connections, and reach goals.

Circle Back logo with blue text, a blue graduation cap, and a yellow circular arrow

The Circle Back Program helps you:

Navigate college processes
  • Admission to FLC
  • Securing financial aid
  • Mapping out your academic plan
  • Registering for courses
  • Securing housing 
Connect to academic support systems
  • Connect with success coaching
  • Get academic support like tutoring in the Peer Education Center
Engage with social-emotional supports
  • Connect with the Counseling Center
  • Learn about FLC's Student Wellness programs
Build campus and community connections
  • Get involved in a club or organization
  • Attend events
  • Build positive relationships 

Current students

For support & inspiration to stay on track.

Learn more

Returning students

To navigate the college process back to school.

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Our Staff

We're here to support current and returning students. Please reach out so we can find the best way to make you successiful.

Contact Circle Back
Josh Munson

As the Circle Back Coordinator, Josh is motivated by helping students reach their goals and graduate. He knows a college degree opens doors that students may not even know exist before they appear! Josh has worked in education for over 20 years, teaching outdoor and experiential education and middle and high school social studies in the United States and Ecuador. He has a B.A. in Religious Studies from Colorado College and earned his M.A.T. at Lewis and Clark College. 

Larenz Esplain

As the Circle Back Specialist, Larenz is ready to help students achieve their dreams and improve their lives with the opportunity of a college degree. Larenz is from the Navajo Nation and has worked in various educational positions as a high school teacher, counselor, and scholarship advisor. He earned his B.S. in Psychology from Utah State University in Logan, Utah. Currently, Larenz is pursuing a master's degree in Educational Leadership, emphasizing higher education and community colleges.