Fullerton College Hosts Civil Discourse Event

The Fullerton College Speech and Debate Team in partnership with the North Orange County League of Women Voters hosted the first ever Civil Discourse Day on Thursday, July 12 in the College Center. The event included over 120 Fullerton College students along with community members from several Orange County cities that held round table discussions on several important city, state, and federal issues. Some of the topics included...

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Get Social During Commencement
May21

Get Social During Commencement

Snap, share, like, and tag us in all your Commencement photos using #FCGrad18 and look for a special Snapchat filter on May 26 during Commencement activities as we prepare to celebrate the Class of 2018. Get all the details you need about Commencement by visiting the website. The ceremony will be live streaming on Facebook starting at 9 a.m. at...

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Children’s Summer Swim Lessons Offered at Fullerton College

Fullerton College has one of the best summer swim programs in Southern California offering swim lessons by a staff of athletes dedicating their time and skills to youngsters. Read more…

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Temporary Parking Lot Closure

Please be advised that Student Parking Lot 6 (located north of the baseball field and south of Sherbeck Field) will be closed through Friday, June 1 for commencement. Temporary bleachers are being installed on the football field. For any questions or concerns, please call Melisa McLellan in the Office of Administrative Services at 714-992-7017.

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May 16-17, Rest and Relaxation Event
May15

May 16-17, Rest and Relaxation Event

Health Services will host a Rest and Relaxation event for students on Wednesday, May 16 and Thursday, May 17 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. in Room 224-228. Take a break from studying and focus on some self-care. Coloring, snacks, meditation and nap tents will be available.

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Gustavo Arellano’s Weekly, Canto XI: Goodbye, Profe Padilla

Gustavo Arellano, the former publisher and editor of the OC Weekly, book author and the author of the column ¡Ask a Mexican!, paid homage to retiring Ethnic Studies Professor Jerry Padilla. Read more…

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