A Summer of Fun Classes for Kids at FCC

The Community Education Program of FCC has planned a summer of fun and interesting classes for kids!  Sign your child up for any of the below classes by calling 618-842-3711.  Payment (if applicable) is due at time of registration.  Please reference the course registration number (CRN) when you call to register.

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FCC Adult Education Offering FREE GED Classes Around IECC District

FCC's Adult Education department is offering FREE GED Test Prep classes in the following areas: Albion, Bridgeport, Fairfield, Flora, Lawrenceville, Newton, and Noble.  The 8-week classes will begin the week of July 2 and run through August 3.

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FCC Begins Summer Hours on Campus

Frontier Community College (FCC) will be operating on summer hours from Monday, May 14, until Monday, August 13. 

FCC CAMPUS:
7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

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Lavine Receives Spirit of Life Scholarship for Studies in London

Darian Lavine of Fairfield was recently awarded the Spirit of Life Foundation Scholarship, and she is using the award to study abroad in London this summer. 

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EMT Fundamentals Courses Offered for Fall 2018 Semester

Frontier Community College (FCC) will be offering an EMT Fundamentals course beginning in August for the Fall 2018 semester.  This entry-level course is part of FCC’s Paramedicine Program.  Anyone who is interested in the Paramedicine program needs to register soon, as a mandatory orientation is scheduled for Friday, June 29.

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Fire Science Receives Grant for Thermal Imaging Cameras

Pictured with the new thermal imaging cameras includes, from left to right: Scott Meserole, Program Director of Emergency Preparedness; students Nik Carter, Gary Davis, and Jayden Lafferty; and Dr. Paul Bruinsma.

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Concealed Carry Classes Offered at Albion

 

Are you interested in obtaining your Illinois Concealed Carry License?  Enroll now in a Concealed Carry course in Albion through Illinois Eastern Community Colleges.  The course provides the required 16 hours.

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FCC Earns Highest On Time Graduation Rate in Illinois

          Among two-year schools in Southeast Illinois, Frontier Community College (FCC) was reported as having the highest “on time” graduation rate, with a 61 percentage rate.  In the latest compiled daata, FCC not only had the highest rate in the region, but also in the entire state.  The "on time" graduation rate was determined by comparing the school's enrollment numbers against its annual graduates.

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Fall 2018 Quilting Class with Supply List

Frontier Community College is offering an 8-week quilting class beginning August 20 in Fairfield.  The class will meet on Monday evenings from 6:30-9:10 pm in Room 23 of the Richard L. Mason Building.  Gayla Templeman will be the instructor, and the class will run through October 11.  The 1-credit class is open for both beginners and advanced quilters.

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