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Feather River College Viewbook

Feather River College Viewbook

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FRC View Book
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Published by: Feather River College on Jun 17, 2009
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FRC Student Center
 Why FRC?
Michael Smith ‘06Major: Criminal JusticeHometown: Reno, NV 
Transferred to Quincy University in Spring 2007 
“When I enrolled at FRC, my goal was to further my educationand still have the opportunity to play football. In doing all of that I had accomplished many things that I had never thought I could achieve. I met a lot of people that I know I will have life long friendships with. I competed on the foot-ball field, as well as in the classroom which got me ontothe Dean’s List. While at FRC, another door was opened inmy life. I received an athletic scholarship to the prestigious Quincy University in Illinois. It was because of my time at Feather River I was able to be so successful”.
AA Administration o JusticeAA Administrative Ofce ManagementAA ArtAA BusinessAA Early Childhood EducationAA EnglishAA HistoryAA Liberal StudiesAA Social ScienceAA University Studies
(Transer agreement w/CSU, Chico)
AS BiologyAS Health, Physical Education and Exercise StudiesAS MathematicsAS Physical ScienceAS University Studies, Agriculture
AS Vocational NursingAS Construction Technology
In addition, FRC oers two-year degree programsin felds as unique as its High Sierra location.
AS Environmental StudiesAS Equine StudiesAA Outdoor Recreation Leadership
 Academic and Unique Programs
FRC Oers...
• A million acre classroom
and natural laboratory orFRC’s unique programs inOutdoor Recreation Lead-ership and EnvironmentalStudies are provided bythe Plumas National For-est.
• With a 20 students to 1
teacher ratio, students re-ceive personal attentionrom your instructors...you’re a student, not anumber.
• FRC offers degree and
transer program courseswhich parallel the lowerdivision courses at ouryear colleges, providingan accessible and aord-able transition towards abachelor’s degree.
• Small, liberal arts college
atmosphere and diversestudent population pro-vides a unique learningexperience as you ormlasting riendships withother students, acultyand sta.
• The Plumas National For-
est provides a recreationalwonderland or you toenjoy. From skiing to bik-ing, rom rock climbing towhite water kayaking tocamping, fshing, horse-back riding, gol, swim-ming...
FRC’s two year Associate in Arts or Science degree program prepare students for employment or for transfer to a four-year university.
Since 1968, Feather River College has been providing
in higher
education. We stand out by offering students a
unique learning environment
inthe mountains where the clean air, the our seasons, and
sae community
helpstudents transition rom high school to college. The tradition o 
excellence inacademics
is lead by the incredible aculty at FRC, one quarter o aculty membershave a Ph.D., the highest academic degree. Here, students are taught by acultymembers in
small classroom settings
, not by graduate assistants in a huge lecturehall. The aculty actually know your name!
Whether you have your higher education goals clearly in mind or are still considering
your options, FRC oers
transerable programs
which will satisy lower divisionrequirements at a university.
Advisors are on campus
to help you plan your coursesin order to make the jump to the university level.
FRC’s AA in Liberal Studies transers to
all Caliornia State University and Universityo Caliornia campuses.
We also have agreements with University of Nevada - Reno,
University o Nevada - Las Vegas and many other out-o-state public universities.Our students have transerred to universities
across the country
including TexasA&M, St. John’s in Maryland, University o Montana, Southern Oregon University,University o Nevada, University o Hawaii as well as to schools in the CaliorniaState University and the University o Caliornia systems. From Shakespeare tomolecular biology, rom calculus to philosophy, let Feather River College takeyou on the
Ed-venture o a lietime!
 Try something dierent...
Outdoor Recreation Leadership student,Max Cheney navigates from on top of the world. J.D. Davis, Lydia Sandlin, Gloria Maillard, and Elsey Duncan work on a group project.FRC Environmental Studies students work toimprove the habitat of wood ducks at nearby  Snake Lake. Students learn about the geology of the Sierra Nevada at Big Bald Rock.

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