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Earn a Degree or Certificate

Earn a Degree or Certificate

Achieve your educational goals with a one-year certificate or two-year degree. Earn a transfer degree and seamlessly transfer to a 4-year university to pursue your field of study.  Ready for the workforce? Choose one of our Career & Technical Education programs.

Visit Our College

Visit Our College

Arrange a visit day with Frontier Community College to see what it's like as a student.  You'll have the opportunity to tour our campus, meet with academic advisors and instructors, and learn about financial aid.  We'll work around your schedule!

Take a Class or Two

Take a Class or Two

Are you a current high school student? Register for a night class or summer class to be on the fast-track to an Associate's Degree.  Thinking about going back to school? We offer a variety of courses in the day and evening to fit your busy schedule.

Train for a New Career

Train for a New Career

Our Career & Technical Education programs span a variety of in-demand industries, including healthcare and the electrical field.  Each program provides a blend of classroom learning with hands-on training to equip you with valuable skills.  Many programs also include internships with local organizations, providing real-world experience and career opportunities.

Learn Something New for Fun

Learn Something New for Fun

Learning doesn't stop after the degree!  FCC provides a broad variety of fun and interesting Community Education classes, such as stained glass, quilting, baking, and more. We also offer kid camps and cultural trips to accommodate all ages in our community.

Earn Your GED

Earn Your GED

It's never too late to go back to school. If you didn't earn your high school diploma, we offer GED Test Preparation classes to prepare you for the computerized exam.  Classes are free, review all the subjects on the exam, and provide job preparation skills.  Join a class on our campus or in an area near you, including Albion, Bridgeport, Flora, Lawrenceville, and Newton.

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Average Class Size
62%
Average on-time graduation rate (#1 among Illinois community colleges)
9
average years of teaching experience among faculty
35+
scholarships available to incoming and current students