Summer Transition Program Prepares Promise Students for Fall Semester
Jul16

Summer Transition Program Prepares Promise Students for Fall Semester

More than 1,500 new Promise students were welcomed to campus July 8 – 11 during the inaugural Summer Transition and Registration Time (START) program. The program provided students with an opportunity to connect with key resources on campus, complete financial aid requirements, and learn how to register for fall classes. START also helped facilitate the Promise program’s free-tuition requirements for first-time students. START...

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October 14 – 18: Undocumented Student Action Week
Jul15

October 14 – 18: Undocumented Student Action Week

Save the Date! Fullerton College will join California Community Colleges across the state in recognizing October 14 – 18, 2019 as Undocumented Student Action Week. More details to follow. View the Facebook event post.

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North Star Award Recognizes Four Outstanding Hornets
Jul11

North Star Award Recognizes Four Outstanding Hornets

Four members of the Fullerton College community earned top honors at the North Orange County Community College District Board of Trustees meeting in May. Fine Arts faculty Philip Dimitriadis, Frank Guthrie, and Michael Sheehan, as well as Business Office specialist Catalina Olmeda, each received the 2019 North Star Award for their outstanding work at the college. Established by the Chancellor’s Staff, NOCCCD’s North Star Award...

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Fullerton College First to Offer New Spanish Language Media Certificate
Jul09

Fullerton College First to Offer New Spanish Language Media Certificate

Fullerton College is leading the way in training students to become bilingual journalists. A new Spanish Language Media Certificate approved by the state makes Fullerton College the first and only community college in California to offer this certificate. The Spanish Language Media Program of the Journalism Department combines a set of courses in journalism and Spanish language and cultural studies to provide a robust knowledge base...

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New Partnership Supports Food and Housing Insecure Students
Jul02

New Partnership Supports Food and Housing Insecure Students

Fullerton College, Cypress College and North Orange Continuing Education (NOCE) have partnered with Pathways of Hope to increase services for students struggling with food and housing insecurity at each of the three schools. The North Orange County Community College District (NOCCCD) and Pathways of Hope launched this partnership on July 1, 2019. Through the partnership, Pathways of Hope will operate and scale up existing food banks...

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