Office of Campus Communications
The Office of Campus Communications serves both the college community and the general public by keeping them informed of college programs and events through the Fullerton College News Center, social media, videos, press releases, print publications, online newsletters and other methods of communication. The office is also responsible for special event planning, marketing, community outreach, website content development, group tours of the campus, the master calendar, operations of the college’s switchboard and the Fullerton College Student Ambassadors.
Director of Campus Communications
Administrative Assistant/Master Calendar
Marketing and Outreach Assistant
Web Content Specialist
Fullerton College offers general guided tours of its campus by appointment only on Fridays during the fall and spring Semesters, excluding holidays, finals, Students of Distinction, Commencement and when the college and/or Student Activities is closed.
The tour schedule is as follows:
First and third Fridays: Tours offered from 3 – 4 p.m.
Second and fourth Fridays: Tours offered from 11 a.m. – noon
To request a tour, please contact Student Activities by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (714) 992-7095. Please provide the following information when scheduling a tour.
Name of person interested in tour
How many people in the group
Phone number and email
Large group tours may be arranged on an as-needed basis by calling the Office of Campus Communications at 714-992-7013.
Marketing Inventory Check-Out
Click here for a full listing of materials available for check-out, such as the Fullerton College tradeshow booth, EZ-Up canopies, etc. Please contact Melissa Serrato to check out available marketing inventory.
Marketing Materials Request
To request copies of various Fullerton College marketing materials, please include the name of the publication(s), quantity desired, and date needed. To view the marketing materials catalog, please contact Melissa Serrato.
Fullerton College has a blanket image release policy which states Fullerton College, a non-profit California Community College, reserves the right to take and use photographs, video and electronic images of students and visitors taken on college property and at college-sponsored events for marketing and promotional purposes. Objection must be made in writing to the Campus Communications Office.
However, certain instances still require an image release. These situations include, but are not limited to, students under eighteen years of age and subjects used in a high-visibility location of a marketing piece (front covers, banners, billboards, etc). If you are unsure whether you need a release, it is advisable to get one. Contact Lisa McPheron, Director of Campus Communications, for assistance.
The Student Ambassador program features continuing Fullerton College students who enjoy sharing their knowledge of Fullerton College with high school students, fellow Fullerton College students, constituents, faculty, staff and the community. Fullerton College Student Ambassadors strive to encourage students, staff and community involvement in the mission of the college.
Meet the 2017-18 Student Ambassadors
Robert Darkwood has a passion for nursing and an interest in law. The resilience of overcoming an impoverished childhood that included alcohol/drug domestic violence has inspired him to study human health, as well as explore the impact of emergency medicine volunteers in communities overwhelmed by natural disasters.
Darkwood has held internships in medical/surgical care and student health outreach, co-facilitating blood drives with the American Red Cross, and received a 2017 Exemplary Service Award from Community Outreach Education and Prevention Health Scholars.
He represents the 23,000 students of Fullerton College in various, student-government committees as well as the community service-based honor society Alpha Gamma Sigma. He was chosen to receive the 2017 Associated Students Senator of the Year Award and 2017 Gay and Lesbian Association of District Employees scholarship for the North Orange County Community College District. Darkwood dreams of applying his strong resolve to help solve health problems. His goal is to earn a nursing and law degree as well as improve health care policies with the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Fabbiha Khan is majoring in mathematics at Fullerton College. She plans to transfer to a four-year university and attend medical school. Khan brings awareness to women in STEM majors and is proud of her Bengali culture and traditions. Following the completion of her educational goals she dreams of returning to Bangladesh to help treat the underprivileged people that are denied medical attention.
Being the first member of her family to attend college, she is a hard worker and shows dedication not only to her academics but also to her Fullerton College community. Khan became a student ambassador because she is passionate about serving others and giving back to the community. She wants to help other students realize their own potential to succeed at Fullerton College, utilizing the abundance of resources the campus has to offer.
Using her personal story as an example of encouragement she hopes to help other students assess and reach their goals. During her free time, she enjoys watching movies, playing chess, and practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Aide Murillo is completing her last year at Fullerton College. Her major is sociology with plans to transfer to University of California, Irvine next fall. She is currently a member of Phi Theta Kappa and the Sociology Club.
In addition, she is a member of the Honors Program and aims to earn her Associate of Arts with Honors Certification. Murillo enjoys volunteering for local non-profits in her free time. She is currently a community outreach volunteer for Alzheimer’s Orange County and is excited about being a student ambassador because of the beautiful campus and great professors.
As a student ambassador she hopes to help prospective students learn about the opportunities for campus involvement and resources that Fullerton College has to offer.
California has always been home to Kimberly O’Campo. She grew up in Garden Grove as the second oldest of six siblings. As a child, she discovered her love for anything that would get her and her brain working. She thoroughly enjoyed science, judo, fitness tests, and reading, and has added travel, health, and current events to her lifelong interests.
School has always been a huge part of her life and being a Fullerton College student has made her eager for every day of learning. Her goal is to transfer to Cal State Fullerton as an English major and would like to become an Audible editor or college English instructor.
As a student ambassador, she looks forward to welcoming others to the accepting and supportive community found at Fullerton College.
Lauren Ritchie is in her second year at Fullerton College majoring in political science. Her campus involvement includes the Fullerton College Dance Team, Associated Students, and Students for a Greener Planet.
Upon completion of her studies at Fullerton College she plans to transfer to University of California, Irvine and attend law school. Her interests include reading, playing with her dogs, and spending time with her family.
Her advice to future Hornets, “Immerse yourself in all that Fullerton College has to offer to get the best experience possible. Go Hornets!”
Annaliese Tusken is in her second year at Fullerton College majoring in English and anthropology with plans to transfer to a university in the fall of 2018. She is a member of the Honors Program, a student senator with Associated Students, the historian for Alpha Gamma Sigma (AGS) and a member of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK).
She’s also a foodie who loves to read, write, volunteer, dance (ballet, jazz, folklorico), and perform in her free time. Tusken hopes to be a screenwriter someday and create films that highlight social inequalities, the unique experiences of every individual, and the beauty of diversity.
As a student ambassador, she looks forward to interacting with many current and prospective students and informing them of all the opportunities for success present at Fullerton College because FC is a place to help students thrive.