Start your journey at a Colorado community college, and finish at FLC with a bachelor’s degree. All in four years. You’ll be assigned an FLC advisor when you start at your community college to make sure the courses you take in the first two years will transfer toward the credits you need to graduate at FLC in your second two years.
This program is available to anyone starting their associate degree at any Colorado community college as a first time first-year student. You’ll need to complete your associate degree with at least a 2.4 GPA.
Find more information below, get curious about student life and academics at FLC, and most importantly, talk with your advisor at your community college about your interest in being in the FLC-CC Admission Promise program.
For some students, the path to a bachelor’s degree begins with an associate degree. Admission Promise means your FLC application fee is waived, and a guide to support you on the path.
Talk with your advisor about the FLC-CC Admission Promise. Check in monthly with your FLC advisor once advised. Earn your Associate degree with a GPA of at least 2.4.
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As you're finishing your associate degree, apply to FLC as a transfer student. We’ll waive your application fee. Check which courses transfer for credit at FLC using the Transfer Guides. Consider attending an FLC event in Denver, or come visit our campus in Durango.
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You’ll need to declare a major when you apply to FLC, since you’ll be starting as a junior. Once you’re here, take advantage of our small classes and opportunities for personalized study and faculty mentorship.
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Earning a bachelor's degree is no small feat. Between the cost and the challenge, sometimes it can seem unattainable. Admission Promise can help put it within reach.
Whether you're the first in your family to go college, struggle to make ends meet, or face barriers to traditional education, your success is our goal.
For most people, paying for college is a patchwork of federal assistance, scholarships, and some out-of-pocket expenses. Find out more about how you can finance school.
Graduate from your community college with 3.0 GPA and you could receive $2000. The scholarship is even higher with a 3.5 GPA. Additional scholarships are available, too.