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View the awesome new video that went out to all our new accepted students this year!
FLC created a new focal point for school spirit by dedicating a 25' wall to Skyler the Skyhawk, FLC's intrepid athletic mascot! Check out this video for a fast-motion walkthrough of the wall's creation from 8 inch pencil sketch to 8 foot bird!
Thanks to the crew from Fastsigns for allowing us to film them in action!
In a series of candid, moving testimonials, FLC students talk about the importance of scholarships, family, Durango, and the change coming to Fort Lewis made in their lives. This film was shown at our 2018 Benefactor's Brunch in November.
In September 2018, FLC alumni and faculty boarded the D&SNGR for a trip back in time.
The Durango Train passes through over a billion years of geology and over 60 years of cinematic history on its 45-mile trek to Silverton. FLC Geology Professor Gary Gianniny lectured on the history of the landscape, while Asst. Professor of English Stacey Sotosky lectured on the many films made in the region!
This fun 5K run/1K walk invites community members to take back the night and stand up against sexual violence!
Study the human mind in all its amazing and fascinating complexity. View this film to get a short overview of what is possible for you as a Psychology Major at FLC!
New FLC President Tom Stritikus asks Skyler the Skyhawk for his thoughts. Skyler obliges in true Skyler fashion.
It's the first day of the Fall 2018 semester and new FLC President Tom Stritikus is excited to welcome you!
Our celebration of diversity and community as we start the 2018-19 school year!
Marketing & Communications just released a commercial that will air before Denver Broncos pre-season games on KREZ. Go Skyhawks!
Students in title Assistant Professor of Marketing Kristin Watson's public relations class presented their research and proposals for boosting marketing for the La Plata County Humane Society to the Society's executives.
Young people in La Plata County voted in this fall's election in numbers far greater than in 2014, and research by Assistant Professor Paul DeBell's political science students suggests why.
The anthology The Andean World, co-edited by Professor and Chair of Anthropology Kathleen Fine-Dare, was recently released by as part of the Routledge Worlds series.
Melinda Arviso-Ciocco (Native American & Indigenous Studies, '12) has been selected to be the state director for the New Mexico for the Old Spanish Trail Association, which is dedicated to protecting, interpreting, and promoting the Old Spanish National Historic Trail.
KDUR and The Durango Herald’s collaborative series “Creating connection: Solutions to youth suicide in La Plata County” was rated one of the best Solutions Journalism stories of 2018 by the national organization Solution Journalism Network.
For the first time, students of color now make up the majority at FLC, reported at 51 percent, with 46 percent white and 3 percent unreported.
Registered nurse Amber DeHerrera (ATT '98-'01) talked to the Durango Telegraph about the lessons she learned working with birthing mothers in Tanzania through the Durango-based Tanzanian Mission Project.
Coordinator of Student Wellness Kendra Gallegos Reichle won the 2018 Outstanding Advisor award from the NASPA Foundation..
Four Biology students and two faculty attended the Sitka Whalefest, in Alaska, thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Indea Stroeve Rogers (Biology, '18) wrote about the value of field work for scientists for the American Geophysical Union following her experience aboard a research vessel in the Baltic Sea last summer.
Economics major Joshua Emerson was awarded the first-ever Native American Bank, N.A. Scholarship at the 2018 American Indian Achievement Awards, in Denver.
FLC launched the Indigenous Arts Festival in November. The inaugral festival's theme was “Resilience: Laugh, Cry, Persevere,” and featured an art exhibit, speakers, and two theatre productions.
The journey of Cristin Haase (Biology, '13) to bring dental care to Native communities was profiled in a cover story in the Fall issue of Winds of Change magazine.
More than 200 students from Durango, Cortez, and Ignacio schools came to campus for the Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival in the Student Union Ballroom.
Parvannah Lee (Pubilc Health, '18) wrote an editorial for Teen Vogue about her experiences learning about food and hunger issues in her home Navajo Nation.
Junior Geology major Sean Englund completed the first-ever slackline crossing between Durango's Twin Buttes, in November.
In October, filmmaker Alexandria Bombach (Business Administration, '08) debuted On Her Shoulders, her documentary about Nadia Murad, who also won the Nobel Peace Price in October.
Philosophy majors Mikayla Bennion and Sophie Schwartz took first place in the 2018 UCCS Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Business Case Competition on November 2 at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs.
Fort Lewis College was included in The Princeton Review's 2018 "Guide to 399 Green Colleges."
The Knowledge Review ranked FLC among its 10 Best Green Schools in America.