It’s time to Gear Up for coming back to campus this fall! Our plans for the semester include 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 still offering virtual visits, as well as in-person tours. The Skyhawk community cares — respect and protect each other's well-being!
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We are Colorado's crossroads of education and adventure. Our beautiful mountain campus in Durango, Colorado, inspires an active and friendly community, and offers transformative learning experiences that foster entrepreneurship, leadership, and creativity.
All tenured faculty have highest degree in their field
Programs in the Top 10 according to Schools.com
Average class size
Classes with fewer than 30 students
Student to faculty ratio
Miles of trails to hike and bike
World-class ski resorts within driving distance
FLC is an active, hands-on, you-have-to-try-this-for-yourself educational experience. We don’t just sit in small classes and look at the mountains. We hold class in those mountains. Or the desert, or the river, or a non-profit in town, or the US-Mexico border. We install solar panels on the Navajo Nation, and water systems in Myanmar. We take trips to the highest peaks on Earth. You have got to try this.
The Fort Lewis College Foundation received $ $6,172,368 from in gifts and pledges for the 2019-20 fiscal year, the largest annual amount in FLC history.
Steve Elias, dean of the School of Business Administration, was awarded the inaugural Anchor Point Foundation’s Startup Champion Award to further support activities that grow local entrepreneurial ecosystems.
The Campus Sustainability Council received funding to install two electric vehicle charge stations, located next to Sitter Family Hall.
Since he was a kid, Gary Schlessman (Business, ’79) has always determined to carve his own path. While his father and siblings chose Colorado College, Schlessman opted to get as far away from the Front Range as possible while still staying in Colorado. He headed to Fort Lewis College in Durango in 1975 and discovered an education to live by and friends to last a lifetime.
After 15 years of service to the FLC community, Dean of the School of Education Richard Fulton is packing his proverbial dry bag and shoving off toward the next horizon of quasi-retirement.