Discover Life at Fort Lewis College
If a picture is worth a thousand words, how much is a trip to campus worth? Come and see for yourself! Visit our campus, meet faculty, and talk with students.
We can also bring FLC to you. With tons of videos accessible on our site, you can get a feel for campus from the comfort of your couch. Our Admission Counselors are also available for one-on-one appointments, too.
If you’re a student, you’re a member of Outdoor Pursuits. Rent gear, get training, and go on guided trips with our campus adventure experts.
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.
Skyhawks can join more than 50 student-run organizations, from the American Indian Science and Engineering Society to KDUR Radio.
Find your crew
Sit down for a meal, or grab a bite to go. Find out about meal plans and discover how we keep it sustainable and responsible.
Explore the many styles of residence halls and apartments available to students on campus.
FLC programs for families include New Student & Family Orientation before Fall term begins, and Family Weekend in October.
Stay up to date on news and events and subscribe to our Facebook Family Group.
Read the latest news about students, faculty, staff, and alumni of Fort Lewis College.
Keep up with FLC events on and off-campus. Our community does interesting things!
Whether you're looking for assistance integrating into campus life, choosing your classes for the upcoming semester, or planning the next step after graduation, we're committed to providing the support you need to succeed.
The Skyhawk Station is your student services hub. You can drop by Skyhawk Station in person, send them an email, or call 970-247-7301.
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