Since 1968, Feather River College has been providing
education. We stand out by offering students a
unique learning environment
inthe mountains where the clean air, the our seasons, and
helpstudents transition rom high school to college. The tradition o
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 oers
which will satisy 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 transers to
all Caliornia State University and Universityo Caliornia 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 transerred 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 CaliorniaState University and the University o Caliornia systems. From Shakespeare tomolecular biology, rom calculus to philosophy, let Feather River College takeyou on the
Ed-venture o a lietime!
Try something dierent...
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.