I’m glad you are taking the time to educate yourself about all the options and opportunities available to
you at F ullerton C ou’ll e
ollege.Y find that w offer over 80transfer programs and 90Associate D and egree
C ertificate options.
Established in 1913, F ullerton C ith
ollege has evolved to keep up w the changing career trends and needs
of our students. In the past fewyears, newconstruction has allow us to provide updated learning
The foundation of F ullerton College’s success is the uniquely talented and dedicated faculty,
administrators and staff w share a commitment to high academic standards, comprehensive
opportunities for students and individual attention to student needs.
Fullerton College has one of the highest transfer rates to the California State U niversity and University of
C alifornia campuses and other institutions of higher education. Fullerton College also offers career technical education courses
in C osmetology, Automotive, Printing, and A dministration of Justice.
hether taking online or campus courses, you w find that Fullerton C ays
ollege is easily accessed from local freew and public
ow n ullerton, and is an open campus that seamlessly transitions into the city of
transit, is located a fewblocks from D ntow F
I hope that you choose Fullerton C eel
ollege to begin your college education. F free to contact us to visit our beautiful campus!
Rajen Vurdien, Ph. D M
President, Fullerton C ollege
About Fullerton College
–Established in 1913
–Located in N Oorth range C ounty
– T o-year public community college
–Student O rganizations: Some clubs on campus include the A dventure Club,
International C and M h.A. .E.C
–H Societies: Phi Theta Kappa and Alpha G amma Sigma
–N umber of students: over 22,000
op-ranked in transfers to C State U niversity, Fullerton
–90Associate D Programs offered
–O 160C ertificate Programs offered
–Located w ow n ullerton
alking distance from D ntow F
–A ccessible by public transit and M etrolink *Beverly Hills
* Hollywood Los Angeles
–A ccredited by the A ccrediting Commission for C ommunity and 605
Junior C olleges,W estern Association of Schools and C olleges 5
–Fullerton C ollege is a Hispanic Serving Institution as defined by the Fullerton *
H ispanic Association of C olleges and U niversities Berry Farm
Angel * 55
*Long Beach 22
Fullerton College to... *Huntington
• Disneyland -5 miles Pacific Ocean
• Knott’s Berry Farm -7 miles
• Honda Center -7 miles
• Angel Stadium -8 miles
• Huntington Beach -20.5 miles
• Los Angeles -27 miles
• Big Bear -87 miles
Library Learning Resource Center
What’s the FC campus like?
It doesn’t take long to figure out that the quad is w you’ll find the
majority of students hanging out.The Student C enter, located in the
C enter, atch ,
ollege C gives students a place to w TVplay pool, play video
ext ining all, hich
games and relax. N door you’ll find the D H w offers
a variety of snacks and food, as w as ample room to eat and enjoy
the campus-w w ide i-fi.
W 20different sports teams to choose from, F ullerton College gives
students the opportunity to become student athletes. As part of the
O range Empire C onference, the FCH ornets have been champions in
Basketball, F im ive, rack
ootball, Softball, Sw &D T &Field and W ater
Polo, and have prepared students to make the transfer from
community college athletics to four-year universities such as
N M State, A SU arcos
uburn, C San M and Kansas W esleyan University.
Thanks to an approved bond measure in 2002, F ullerton College has
since built the Library Learning Resource C Parking Structure,
C enter, lassroom O Building, O
ollege C C ffice lympic-size pool, Field House,
Science Building, Sport C and remodeled the Physical Education facilities.
Parking Structure 1400 Building
Transfer Programs and As
Transfer Programs: These programs provide the lower division (freshman and sophomore) classes
required for the bachelor degree.
Administration of Justice Communications Plant Science
(C riminal Justice) A dvertising Political Science
Anthropology G eneral Pre-C hiropractic
Architecture Journalism/Broadcast Pre-D Hental ygiene
Art Public Relations Pre-M edicine
C eramics Telecommunications, Radio-TV , Pre-N ursing
C or 3-DM edia Film Pre-O ptometry
D ing &Painting Computer Science Pre-Pharmacy
G eneral D ance Pre-Physical Therapy
G raphic D esign D entistry Pre-Physician Assistant
H istory Economics Psychology
Illustration Engineering Recreation
Photography Engineering T echnology Religious Studies
Printmaking English ork/H
Social W uman Services/
Sculpture Ethnic Studies Social Ecology
Studio Art Fashion (M erchandising/Textiles) Sociology
T eaching French Spanish
Biochemistry G eography Theatre Arts
Biological Sciences G eological Science G eneral
Business A dministration G erman M usical
H Science Performance/Playw riting
C D H istory T eaching
H &Restaurant M anagement T echnical Production
Interior D esign
Liberal Studies (N eaching/T eaching)
M Tusic echnology
N ood ietetics)
ssociate Degrees offered...
Associate Degrees: These programs include completion of general education courses and study in a specific
major or area of specialization.
Accounting Fashion Journalism M usic
Administration of Justice Fashion M erchandising Commercial
Advertising and G raphic D esign Foreign Language N utrition &F oods
Anthropology G eography ffice echnology
Architecture G eology A ffice
dministrative O Assistant
Art H istory Legal O Affice dministration
Astronomy H orticulture ord
Automotive T echnology Landscape M anagement Paralegal Studies
Biological T echnician N ursery M anagement Philosophy
Biology O rnamental Physical Education
Business A dministration Industrial Arts Physical Education (Fitness)
Business M anagement Industrial Laboratory T echnician (Chemistry) Physics
Entrepreneurship Industrial T echnology Political Science
International Business M anagement ith
Interdisciplinary Studies w Areas of Pre-N ursing
M arketing M anagement Emphasis Printing T echnology
Carpentry Science &M athematics Psychology
Chemistry Arts &H uman Expression Radio Broadcasting
Chicano/C hicana Studies Social Sciences Radio Production
hild evelopment &Educational Studies
C D Social Behavior &Self-D evelopment Real Estate M anagement
C Engineering T echnology esign
Interior D Assistant Religious Studies
Communications-G eneral Journalism Social Science
Computer Information Systems Latin American Studies Sociology
Computer Science Liberal Studies: (N on-teaching/T eaching) Speech
Construction Inspection M anufacturing T echnology Television/ Film
Construction M anagement M arketing M anagement Textiles &C lothing
Construction T echnology M athematics Theatre Arts: D (Arama cting)
Cosmetology M edical Technology
Cosmetology Instructor M icrobiology
D rafting Technology
Early C hildhood Education
Environmental T echnology
Fashion D esign
How we help you excel...
Academic Support Center: H F elps ullerton College students achieve academic success in all subject areas by providing
enter, utoring C and the W C
instructional support to students and faculty throughout the Skills C T enter riting enter.
Associated Students: O students leadership opportunities, providing a w variety of campus events that involve the
student body and student representation in shared governance.
Cadena/Transfer Center: Serves as a student resource and advising center w provides a variety of academic, transfer,
personal enrichment and diversity services.
Career and Life Planning Center: O individual and group appointments w career counseling faculty and provides
students w career information.
ffers , ith
Counseling Center: O newcontinuing and returning students individual appointments w counseling faculty to
receive assistance in reaching educational goals.
Disability Support Services: Provides support and educational accommodations to qualified students w disabilities.
D students may also take advantage of the D computer lab located in the Library.
EOPS: The Extended O pportunity Program and Services is a student support services program designed to assist students in
PS, ARE. PS
meeting their educational and career goals. Also under EO is C This supplemental program assists EO eligible students
w are also the parent of a child under 14years of age and a T Frecipient.
Financial Aid: Provides assistance and processing of federal and state financial aid for eligible students.
Health Services: Provides clinical services, counseling, medical testing, health workshops and some medications.
elps orld ith nited
International Student Center: H students from all over the w w their transition to the U States and in
reaching their academic and personal goals.
Library: The W TBoyce Library assists students in attaining their educational and information goals by offering
a combination of innovative and traditional library services.
On-site Child Development Center: This nationally recognized program serves as a high quality environment for
preschool-aged children as w as a training and research facility for students from many disciplines.
Student Affairs: O students the opportunity to
become involved on campus and in the community.
Veteran’s Services:Assists Veterans w their
educational goals and provides support along the way.
Workforce Center: Provides students w information
on local job openings, resume and cover letter assistance,
interview skills and holds w orkshops to prepare
students seeking jobs.
Student & Staff Testimonials
John Lien, Disability Support Services Student
“Fullerton C SS ay
ollege D opens doors for people to find a pathw to their
future. It provides great assistance to me and many other students in
need of guidance assistance. FCis close to home, and I heard about this
program from my high school. I love this place, and w ouldn’t choose any
other community college to attend.”
Crystal Loria, Associated Students Senator
“I heard about A.S. from my roommate w had served as the Inter
lub ouncil secretary. Alot of the A.S. Senators and members
encouraged me and once I became a senator it really did change my
life for the better. Before I gained the title of A.S. Senator, my student
involvement w A.S. made it clear that the follow semester Iing
should run for A.S. Senator. In my college experience thus far, my A.S.
involvement has led me to meet influential peers w have become
great friends that I knowI w keep for years to come.”
Olivia Veloz, Director of Academic Support Services
“The A enter )
cademic Support C (ASC offers numerous resources and programs
to students and faculty that help students achieve academic success.The ASCis
comprised of three centers that provide students an opportunity to strengthen
the skills they need to be independent learners by offering resources such as
orkshops, w tutors, single subject tutors, group and individual tutoring, ESL
Specialists, conversation circles, study hall for student athletes, softw programs,
and print materials. Research conducted on campus indicates that the ASC
provides programs and services that increase student retention and success. W e
encourage faculty and students to visit our centers to meet the friendly staff and
to ask questions about our services - this is the first step to success!”
What’s the Cost?
Estimated Annual Cost to Attend College in California*
CCC $780 $6,630
CSU $4,827 $16,053
UC $9,285 $32,002
* Estimates provided by the Community College League of C arch
alifornia, M 2010.
How to Apply...
–Apply online at w w w .fullcoll.edu
–Apply for Financial Aid at w w
–T assessment tests to enroll in M English,Reading or ESL
–N students can make an appointment for group advising
–Speak to a Counselor, call 714-992-7084 to make
–U pdate personal info in myG ayatew
–Register for classes in myG ay
–Pay fees in myG ay or pay in person at A dmissions
and Records O ffice
Want more info?
– Admissions & Records: 714-992-7075
– Administration of Justice (Police Academy): 714-992-7115
– Assessment Testing: 714-992-7117
– Athletics: 714-992-7045
– Cosmetology: 714-992-7123
– Counseling: 714-992-7084
– Disability Support Services: 714-992-7099
– EOPS/CARE: 714-992-7097
– Financial Aid: 714-992-7091
– Fine Arts: 714-992-7034
– Massage Program: 714-992-7474
– Office of Special Programs: 714-992-7067
– Technology & Engineering: 714-992-7051
To schedule a campus tour, please call 714-732-5054.
Find us online:
Fullerton College Alumni @fullcoll
Board of Trustees:
Jeffrey P. Brown
Barbara D unsheath
. ony ntiveros
Ned D .,
offoney, Ed.D Chancellor
Rajen Vurdien, Ph.D M President, Fullerton College
Fullerton College is part of the NorthO m
range County Com unity College District
Fullerton College • 321 E. Chapman Avenue • Fullerton, CA 92832 • 714-992-7000 • www.fullcoll.edu