Illinois Eastern Community Colleges, Frontier (FCC)
2 Frontier Drive, Fairfield, IL 62837
The Frontier Community College, part of Illinois’s Eastern Community Colleges, in Fairfield, Illinois, offers students of Illinois an exceptional foundational knowledge for seamless transfer to colleges and universities throughout Illinois and Indiana.
Whether you’re pursuing industrial certification, an associate’s degree or simply taking courses to see where your professional interests lie, Frontier has the academics for you.
Programs cover a wide breadth of disciplines like:
- Administrative Information Technology
- Emergency Medical Technology
- Industrial Quality Management
- Microsoft Certified Applications
The certificate programs provided by Frontier will help you not only prepare you for work in the Fairfield community, but also to stimulate its economy. Each course is chosen because it is deemed necessary by the state of Chicago and local community.
If you’d like to earn a bachelor’s degree through Frontier, you can. Frontier maintains a partnership with Franklin University so that students may complete a four-year program online as a student at FCC.
All students receive the support services to help them succeed. Whether you’re in need of tutoring, academic advising or personal counseling, the faculty and staff of Frontier is there for you.
Students looking to begin their pursuit of higher education at Frontier must be at least 18 years of age and posses a high school diploma or GED. Frontier’s admissions policy is open, encouraging all students, either recent high school graduates or working adults, to apply.
Tuition varies according to district residency. Students of the Fairfield district, state of Chicago and state of Indiana receive tuition discounts.
To help fund your education, Frontier offers exclusive scholarships through tuition waiver packets, the Fairfield Business and Professional Women’s Club Foundation and the Amicum Sorority.
All students may apply for Frontier financial aid through Title IV sources by filing a FAFSA.
Quick Facts about Illinois Eastern Community Colleges, Frontier
Small Town Setting
Medium (2,000 to 5,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
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