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College Courses - Concurrent Enrollment

- Campus Select -
(classes taken at the college campus)

TSD will pay tuition costs if all steps below are completed.

Fees, books, and other course materials must be paid by the student.

Front Range Community College (FRCC)

Important Summer/Fall 2024 Registration Dates:

  • March 4th - Summer Class search opens

  • March 6th - Fall Class search opens

  • March 11th - Summer/Fall registration opens for students with 30+credits

  • March 12th - Summer/Fall registration opens for students with 1-29 credits

  • March 18th - Summer/Fall registration opens for all students   

Click the FRCC Academic Calendar for a complete listing of important dates for the coming semesters.

Campus Select Registration Process at FRCC:

1. Use the FRCC College Now Application Guide to APPLY to FRCC. FRCC will email you a unique 8-digit ‘S number’ (FRCC student ID) and eWolf account access.
  • At the end of your ‘Application Certification’, select YES when asked to authorize COF.
  • For students under age 16 at the start of their first Campus Select semester, please complete the Underage Admission Waiver. We will email you to schedule an underage meeting to approve registration.

2.  Only new Campus Select students complete the Campus Select Orientation FormOnce you complete the orientation, we lift your New Student Advising HOLD and email you registration instructions and important startup information.

  • You will be asked to list the classes you want to take (e.g., BUS 1016, ENG 1021, WEL 1000). If you do not know the specific course prefix and number, feel free to use FRCC's Course Catalog.
  • For help determining the best FRCC class(es) for your degree path, contact Gaby Tabor, Concurrent Enrollment Representative, at or (970) 204-8427. You can also schedule a virtual appointment with Mrs. Tabor or stop by the FHS Counseling Office to schedule an in-person meeting with her.

3.  Complete a separate online TSD Concurrent Enrollment Agreement Form. List the course number and title (e.g., ENG 1021, College Composition I) for the class(es) you want to take. All courses must be approved for tuition costs to be paid by the districtYou will be emailed by the district Concurrent Enrollment Coordinator, Tyler Schlagel, regarding approval of each requested class.

4.  Use your eWOLF account to register for approved classes.

5.  Be sure you send a copy of your “Detailed Student Schedule with Drop/Withdrawal Dates” to your high school counselor (found in eWolf, under “Registration”).

6.  Visit the Campus Select Semester Startup page for information and tutorials on accessing your course(s), buying books, the academic calendar, and how to pay your student fees (approximately $25 per credit hour - some courses have additional fees).


**Helpful Resources for FRCC Students: How to Use Degree Check; How to Access Student Email; How to Request an Official Transcript; How to Withdraw from a Course; How to Register for Campus Select Courses

**Students who fail or withdrawal from a college class may be responsible for tuition repayment to the school district.

**A withdrawal will not affect a student’s college GPA, but it can affect future financial aid eligibility. Students who do not complete at least 67% of their college credits will be ineligible for financial aid if they return to FRCC in the future. 

 **Students with an IEP or 504 must schedule an appointment with our Disability Support Services office,, to request accommodations at FRCC.

Check with your FHS counselor, Laura Anderson, if you need any further information.


Aims Community College:

Students who want to take a class at Aims Community College, please complete the following steps below.

  1. Apply to Aims Community College

  2. Complete a Campus Select Form.
  3. All courses must be approved for tuition costs to be paid by the district. You will be emailed by the district Concurrent Enrollment Coordinator, Tyler Schlagel, regarding approval of each requested class.
  4. Once you receive email from district coordinator, Tyler Schlagel, register for your class(es) using these instructions.
  5. Send your Aims schedule to FHS Counselor, Laura Anderson, after you have registered for classes.

For assistance enrolling at Aims Community College, contact Charlotte Parnell at or call 970-378-3636.