FLC's community is bright and vibrant, with students, staff, and faculty from abundant cultural backgrounds. With almost 180 Native American Tribes and Alaska Native villages represented and students of color making up over half of the student body, we are one of the most diverse college campuses in the nation.
It's no wonder our campus culture is filled with opportunities for you to explore during your years as a Skyhawk.
Celebrate FLC's preservation and support of our community's creative disciplines and history.
More than fifty student-led clubs, from student government to dance and gaming. Find your crew and do cool things on campus..
Join affinity groups like the Black Student Resource Center, El Centro, the Gender & Sexuality Resource Center, and the Native American Center.
Join conservation and restoration volunteer projects, internships, and connect with people passionate about our planet.
Be a campus leader through student government and event coordination through the Student Involvement Center.
Student media, including our local radio station, KDUR, news source, The Independent, and our literary magazine, Images, give you a channel for your voice.