1,500 Kindergartners to Visit Fullerton College
Feb27

1,500 Kindergartners to Visit Fullerton College

Nearly 1,500 energetic and excited kindergartners will visit Fullerton College on Friday, March 8 for the 24th annual KinderCaminata. The event inspires children to begin thinking about higher education and careers in the early stages of their education. More than 70 kindergarten classes from Anaheim Elementary, Fullerton, and La Habra City school districts will enjoy over 40 hands-on learning experiences presented by Fullerton...

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Launch Your Career at Fullerton College
Feb26
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Mindfulness Institute for Students Offered in March
Feb26

Mindfulness Institute for Students Offered in March

The Mindful Growth Initiative will once again host a Mindfulness Institute for Students starting March 6. This is a great introductory program to mindfulness. The opportunity is available to all students who are interested in learning how mindfulness can help meet the challenges of everyday life and help enhance a student’s ability to pay attention, increase overall well-being, and improve academic performance. Three sessions will be...

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Making Friends with Yourself: Eight-week Mindful Self-Compassion Series

The Mindful Growth Initiative is sponsoring a new eight-week program for young adults titled “Making Friends with Yourself” which encourages mindful self-compassion and provides participants with specific tools for recognizing and managing struggles with kindness and compassion. The program is open to all students and will meet on Fridays starting March 1 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. in Room 1426. Additional dates are listed in this...

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Save the Date! Major Declaration Day set for March 27
Feb26

Save the Date! Major Declaration Day set for March 27

The Counseling Division is proud to present Fullerton College’s 2nd annual Major Declaration Day event on Wednesday, March 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the campus quad. Major Declaration Day is a campus-wide event hosted by the Counseling Division, Student Services and Associated Students. Research shows if students are able to first identify their major, know what classes to take, and utilize campus resources, they are more likely to...

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