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Fort Lewis College first-year students are eligible for free local season ski passes

Fort Lewis College first-year students are eligible for free local season ski passes

Mountain Capital Partners is providing all first-time, first-year students carrying 12-credit hours with free season passes to Purgatory Resort and Hesperus Ski Area.

At two years old, Sitter Family Hall has transformed the sciences at FLC

At two years old, Sitter Family Hall has transformed the sciences at FLC

It’s been only two years since Sitter Family Hall first opened its doors to students and faculty, but the new facility already has transformed the way physics, engineering, and geology are studied and taught at FLC.

Skyhawk Persistence Grant helps students continue with their education

Skyhawk Persistence Grant helps students continue with their education

With the newly created Skyhawk Persistence Grant, Fort Lewis College is bridging a gap to degree completion for students facing unexpected financial hardships.

SOBA hosting Southwest Economic Outlook on January 8

SOBA hosting Southwest Economic Outlook on January 8

Experts in business and economics will present their view of the current status of local, state, and national economies, and their predictions for the future, at the Community Concert Hall from 8 to 11 a.m.

New scholarship program offered to Navajo students studying health sciences

New scholarship program offered to Navajo students studying health sciences

President Begaye and FLC President Tom Stritikus signed an agreement that provides $2,500 per student, per term. The agreement also establishes a partnership between FLC and the Office of Navajo Nation Scholarship and Financial Assistance (ONNSFA), which will distribute and monitor the funds.

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