Denver-area community college enrollment rising
FORT COLLINS, Colorado – Fall enrollment in northern Colorado’s Front Range Community College system is running about 26 percent higher than last year.
Andrew Dorsey, president of the system, says enrollment at the Westminster campus in suburban Denver is up about 40 percent. The Larimer County campus in Fort Collins, where space is more limited, has seen an increase of about 16 percent.
Front Range had about 8,600 students last year.
The college has locations in Longmont and Brighton in addition to Westminster and Fort Collins.