La Plata County has moved to COVID-19 Dial Level Red: Severe Risk — individuals at risk of severe illness are advised to stay home, in-person social gatherings are prohibited, and masks are required in all public spaces. FLC has modified fall operations and moved most classes online for the remainder of the semester.
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Students must take a COVID-19 test and receive a negative result before returning to their home communities. Tests are free for FLC community members -- register today!
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Experience FLC virtually
When you can't come to FLC, we'll bring FLC to you. Travel may be complicated right now, but you can still make an informed decision. Quick to pivot, we created tons of videos on a range of topics to help you get a sense of life at FLC. Also, our Admission Counselors are available for one-on-one appointments to give your questions the attention they deserve.
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Suites, apartments, rooms—living on campus simplifies life and puts you at the center of the action. You’re still just a short bus, bike, or walk to downtown, too.
Double rooms open along a single corridor with large shared bathroom, laundry, lounge areas, and other amenities.
Choose from several suite layouts that cluster bedrooms into something of a pod--perfect for a small group of friends.
Double-occupancy bedrooms (2 and 4 people total) with a living room, kitchen, and bathroom, as well as shared amenities in the building.
Skyhawks belong to more than 50 student-run organizations, from the American Indian Science and Engineering Society to KDUR Radio to the Taekwon-Do Club.
Sit down for a meal, or grab a bite to go. With locations in the Student Union Building, Berndt Hall, and Jones Hall, we'll keep you fueled for your next adventure. Get a taste for what's available, find out about meal plans, and discover how we keep it sustainable and responsible.
GO TO CAMPUS DINING
The main cafeteria, centrally located within the Student Union, San Juan Dining Hall offers a wide variety of meals from brick oven pizzas to vegan entrées, and includes a huge salad bar.
Pay with meal plan swipes, Dining Dollars, Flex Dollars, cash, or card.
SAN JUAN DINING HALL'S HOURS
Centrally located above San Juan Dining hall, the Rocket Grille offers burgers, salads, BBQ, and most importantly, tater tots.
Pay with Dining Dollars, Flex Dollars, cash, or card.
ROCKET GRILL'S HOURS
Centrally located in the Student Union, Animas Perks offers espresso drinks, baked treats, bagels, cold beverages and snacks to keep you perky for class.
ANIMAS PERKS' HOURS
For a coffee and snack between classes, you'll find this kiosk in Berndt Hall between Advising and the Physics and Engineering department.
BERNDT HALL CAFÉ'S HOURS
Fill your mug and grab a bite at this kiosk located by the east entrance of Jones Hall, near the main doors to the Roshong Recital Hall.
SIMPLY TO GO'S HOURS
Immerse yourself: Southwest Native cultures, ancient history, natural beauty, trails to hike and bike, rock and ice to climb, music and food and mountains to ski.
If you’re a student, you’re a member. Rent gear, get training, go on guided trips with Outdoor Pursuits.
Art galleries, ancient archaeological sites, historic buildings. Durango is a showcase of human creativity.
From food trucks to coffee shops to live music—Durango offers lively evenings in a cozy, hometown atmosphere.
minutes to class
Neighbors & friends
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Student clubs & organizations
Club + intramural sports
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