Hornets Honor Black History Month with Campus Events
Feb13

Hornets Honor Black History Month with Campus Events

Across the country many will celebrate Black History Month during the month of February with events that recognize and honor the historical contributions of African Americans. At Fullerton College, Black History Month is an important part of education and each year the campus celebrates with a series of campus-wide events designed to honor those historical events, build community, and strengthen connections across campus. Black...

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Students Connect with Resources and Volunteer Opportunities at CommUNITY Day
Feb04

Students Connect with Resources and Volunteer Opportunities at CommUNITY Day

For the fourth year in a row, the Cadena Cultural and Transfer Center has teamed up with Associated Students, the Umoja Center and the Service Learning Program to bring to life CommUNITY Day, a welcome event designed to celebrate African American History Month, connect students with campus resources, and encourage them to take active roles in their community through volunteer opportunities that exist on and off campus. This year’s...

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‘Water’ Exhibition Explores Quiet, Contemplative Qualities
Feb01

‘Water’ Exhibition Explores Quiet, Contemplative Qualities

A new exhibition at the Fullerton College Art Gallery explores the calming, meditative qualities of our planet’s most abundant fluid. “Water” features more than 20 works by four artists: Lindsay Carron, Vicky Hanrahan, Don Ryan and Caroline Zimmermann and will run through Feb. 20. Carron is an artist and activist best known for her works relating to the indigenous people of Alaska and for creating art with an environmental message....

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Planning and Design Underway for Projects
Jan25

Planning and Design Underway for Projects

Work is well underway on the first round of Measure J funded-projects at Fullerton College, including the design of a 74,927-square-foot instructional building that will serve as the home base for the Humanities Division. The passage of Measure J in November 2014 established $574 million for facility improvements, upgrades, and repairs at Fullerton College, Cypress College and North Orange Continuing Education. The first upcoming...

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More Hydration Stations Installed Throughout Campus

A total of 23 hydration stations have been installed across the Fullerton College campus. At least one hydration station is available in each of the major buildings on campus and many have more than one station. Combined, the stations have saved more than 168,000 plastic disposable bottles as of January 23. Here is a map of where to access free and filtered water: 100 building – first and second floor 200 building – Dining Hall (2)...

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High School Students Introduced to Career Education during CTE Showcase Day
Jan24

High School Students Introduced to Career Education during CTE Showcase Day

About 380 students from nine Anaheim Union high schools visited Fullerton College in December for CTE Showcase Day. The inaugural CTE Showcase Day provided students with the opportunity to engage in career technical education programs with hands-on demonstrations and presentations with career-experts and instructors. Fullerton College is a proven regional leader in this area of higher education. Among its 140 career education...

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