2018 Clery Report Released

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, Annual Security Report is released by October 1 of each year. Fullerton College’s report is available at this link.  The report is in compliance with state and federal crime awareness and campus security legislation, including The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act and the California Education Code...

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2nd Annual Fullerton College Foundation President’s Gala  Announces Honorees
Oct01

2nd Annual Fullerton College Foundation President’s Gala Announces Honorees

The Fullerton College Foundation, celebrating its 59th anniversary, announced the honorees for this year’s President’s Gala. The Gala, is being held on the Fullerton College campus, celebrates the contributions of this year’s honorees to the College and the community. The honorees and their respective contributions are as follows: Mary Dalessi: 2018 President’s Award for Outstanding Service in Philanthropy and Education Nick Fuscardo:...

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Fullerton College Self-Reports Potential CCCAA Violations

Lisa McPheron Director of Campus Communications 714- 992-7014 | lmcpheron@fullcoll.ed Fullerton (September 20, 2018) – The college recently identified and self-reported two potential California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) violations to the Southern California Football Association. Specifically, these potential violations are related to Bylaw 2.11. The college is fully committed to operating in compliance with...

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A Shallow Creek with a Deep View into History: Project RAISE Seminar Slated for Sept. 11
Aug24

A Shallow Creek with a Deep View into History: Project RAISE Seminar Slated for Sept. 11

The Fullerton College community is invited to dive into a shallow creek with a deep glimpse into the travels of an ancient fish on Tuesday, Sept. 11, at 4:30 p.m. in Building 400, Room 410. Refreshments will be served. Join Cal State Fullerton Geology Professor Jeffrey R. Knott to learn about Salt Creek in Death Valley. This creek is barely a creek, it is two miles long, barely a trickle, saltier than the ocean and begins and ends...

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Fall 2018 Information Booths Available Opening Week
Aug14

Fall 2018 Information Booths Available Opening Week

Whether it’s locating where a class meets or trying to figure out where to pick up a Campus ID, students won’t need to feel lost on campus during the first week of classes; information booths will be available beginning Monday, August 20 and will remain open through Thursday, August 23. The booths offer information about campus resources, academic programs and student support services to help new students navigate the college during...

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