Registration is available at www.fortlewis.edu/latinocollegeday. The deadline to register is Monday, February 8.
Doug Ewing, Director of Recreational Services, is stepping down from his position as Co-Director of Competition of the NIRSA Championship Series National Soccer Tournament after more than a decade with the organization.
WellPAC, FLC's student wellness peer advisory council, was recognized by NASPA (Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education) as an Outstanding Peer Education Group.
In honor of Groundhog Day, History and Southwest Studies Professor Andrew Gulliford weighed in on how the changing temperatures affect local mammals.
Maureen Brandon, dean of the School of Arts & Sciences, has announced that she will be retiring on June 30, 2017. Brandon first came to FLC in 2008 as the dean of the School of Natural & Behavioral Sciences.
Durango topped National Geographic Traveler's list of Where to Backpack in 2016.
Senior Exercise Science major Sofia Gomez Villafane placed in the Top 20 in the UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championships in Heusden-Zolder, Belgium.
FLC ranked at #18 on Great Value Colleges' listing of Colleges with Beautiful Campuses.
Exercise Science major Lane Franklin wrote a story about the Environmental Center's impact on Navajo students that was published in the Navajo Times.
Alumnus Trey Duvall (Art, '09), a graduate student at the University of Houston, was featured in a prestigious site-specific installation exhibition inside 34 renovated grain silos called SITE HOUSTON.
Alumnus Jason Pierce (History and English, '98), associate professor of History at Angelo State University, published his first book, "Making the White Man's West: Whiteness and the Creation of the American West."
Alumni Ben Luck (Physics, '14), Nate Klema (Physics, '15), and Matt Klema (Engineering, '14) were part of a team that broke a 32-year-old speed record down the Grand Canyon using non-motorized watercraft.
Fort Lewis College students and recent graduates have an opportunity to compete for a $5,000 award by writing the best business plan in the School of Business Administration's new Hawk Tank competition. [VIDEO]
FLC was included on College Values Online's listing of Best Value Bachelor's Degrees in Parks & Recreation for its Tourism & Hospitality Management and Adventure Education degrees.
Marc Reed, associate professor and chair of the Music Department, was featured as the cover story in Durango Neighbors magazine's January 2016 issue.
Juquelle Thompson, a senior Business Administration major and Skyhawks Football wide receiver, was profiled by NFL Draft Diamonds.
Alumnus and Skyhawk soccer player Luc Cisna (Biology, '99) has been selected to the 2016 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Hall of Fame, the first men's soccer player from any RMAC school to be inducted.
The FLC Cycling team won 2nd place in the Division I Collegiate Cyclocross National Championships in Asheville, North Carolina.
Jen Pack, electronic resources librarian, was interviewed about her solo art show held at the Durango Arts Center.
Student Ruthie Edd authored a resolution adopted by the City of Durango to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day rather than Columbus Day.
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