Dog days of summer Hope everyone has a nice weekend! #FortLewisCollege #FLCClocktower #DogsofFLC #CampusViews
The Fort Lewis College campus is open again, July 7, 2022. Law enforcement investigated a bomb threat to the Art Hall—they did not find a bomb or any evidence of a bomb. Law enforcement is clearing the scene along with Durango Fire. The Art Hall will remain closed for the evening out of an abundance of caution, reopening at 7 a.m. tomorrow. All other parts of campus have reopened for normal operations.
A bomb threat has been made at the Art Building on campus. Please evacuate the Fort Lewis College campus. Police are responding. Investigation is ongoing at this time.
Durango Theatreworks productions are ready—toi, toi, toi! “Heathers: The Musical” will be performed on the Theatre Hall's Main Stage from July 6 to 17. Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” will be performed evenings in the outdoor Busby Amphitheater from June 30 to July 10.
Outdoor Pursuits is on a journey to be as inclusive as possible as it seeks to serve all students and create opportunities for different cultural experiences of the great outdoors.
“Fort Lewis and the Johnson Scholarship gave me, a Rez girl from Lók’aa’ch’égai, the opportunity to grow into the businesswoman and leader I am today,” Danielle Joe said. “I’m not making a million dollars, but I am back home serving my community.” When the JSF scholarship program was launched at FLC in 2019, 200 Native American business majors were enrolled in SOBA. Three years later, 248 Native American students are enrolled in SOBA, the largest number of Native American business majors in the nation. Read how the rising SOBA enrollment rates and student success stories