570 Golden Eagle Ave Quincy, CA
Location is everything, right? FRC’s location provides students access to our million acre classroom, and with that, all the benefits that come along with it. Think about quick study breaks at the local swimming hole, joining a back country ski class, or joining in on local recreational opportunities.
Make sure you stand out upon graduation with one of our unique programs or certificates. FRC provides students the opportunity to earn degrees in areas that they love! This includes everything from nursing, to environmental sciences, to rodeo, eco farming, early childhood education, and more.
Making sure you get the attention you need in the classroom is very important to us. Intimate class sizes allow you to build connections with your instructors and ensure a high-quality educational experience. You also get to meet more friends, be involved in more student activities, and really engage with your college.
Perched on a mountain side forested with pine and oak, Feather River College is tucked away in one of California’s hidden, quiet spots. Bordering Plumas National Forest, the campus is more than 400 acres and hosts a variety of wildlife, including a resident deer herd. Students often stop in their tracks just to soak in the beautiful setting.
Far removed from the bustle of city life, the campus provides a sanctuary for self discovery, study and relaxation. Academic rigor is maintained in a friendly atmosphere by faculty and staff members dedicated to student growth and success. In addition to the classrooms and laboratories, the campus features unique facilities that include a trout hatchery and an equestrian center with horse boarding facilities. Feather River College is also known for its unique academic opportunities and successful athletic programs.
Feather River College is a public, two year community college, fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
The campus truly is a beautiful place to learn. Most days you can see our local deer herd foraging in the forests, as well as the flock of wild turkeys. If you really keep your eyes open, sometimes you can spot hawks soaring high in the sky. I can honestly say FRC is a special place.
Alberto Martinez – Environmental Studies Major