Feather River College

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Feather River College
Motto Small school, Big Education
Established 1968
Type Public
President Dr. Kevin Trutna
Students 1,495
Location Quincy, California, United States
Colors Green & Yellow
Nickname Golden Eagles
Mascot Golden Eagle
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 added 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.[1]


The campus occupies 256 acres (104 ha) on the edge of Plumas National Forest in the Sierra Nevada.

Organization and administration[edit]

The college president is Dr. Kevin Trutna.

Academic profile[edit]

Enrollment in the fall 2008 semester was 1,495 students total.

Student life[edit]


The college athletics teams are nicknamed the Golden Eagles. Cal Hunter, the former News Director/Anchor of KRCR-TV, often provided play-by-play for the Feather River College Golden Eagles on KBLF radio.[citation needed]

Sports played at the college:
American Football

   Head Coach:  Bart Andrus


   Head Coach:  Terry Baumgartner

Women's Basketball

   Head Coach:  Haley White

Men's Basketball

   Head Coach:  Randy Rick

Men's Soccer

   Head Coach:  Don Williams

Women's Soccer

   Head Coach:  Don Williams

Cross Country/Track

   Head Coach:


   Head Coach:  Jesse Segura


   Head Coach:  Meredith Aragon


   Head Coach:  Sarah Ritchie

Cheerleading & Dance

   Head Coach:  Jeni Johnson

Notable people[edit]

For a more comprehensive list, see Category:Feather River College alumni.


  1. ^ "History and Setting". Feather River College. 

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