Feather River College

Feather River College

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students =1,495
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city =Quincy
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affiliations = California Community Colleges system
website = http://www.frc.edu

Feather River College is a 2-year community college located in Quincy, California. Enrollment in the Fall 2008 semester was 1,495 students total.

Feather River College was founded in July 1968, when Plumas County was annexed to the Peralta Community College District. The association with the Peralta district was ended in 1988, and the Feather River Community College District was formed. [http://www.frc.edu/institutionalresearch/historyandsetting.htm]


*Chris Roberson - a Philadelphia Phillies player who is a graduate.

External links

* [http://www.frc.edu/ Feather River College website]

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