College and Beyond Workshop Series
Feb18

College and Beyond Workshop Series

This five-series workshop will provide students an opportunity to reflect on individual goals, involvement in college, aspirations, and career desires. This program is a unique opportunity to positively influence students in all areas of their personal, professional, and academic development. The first of these workshops is on Wednesday, March 4 at 2 p.m. in Building 300, Room 324. For more information, please contact Professor Kathy...

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Amber Rose González Named 2020 Fullerton College Faculty of the Year
Feb18

Amber Rose González Named 2020 Fullerton College Faculty of the Year

Ethnic Studies Professor and Chair Dr. Amber Rose González has been named the 2020 Fullerton College Faculty of the Year. Student leaders and staff shared the news with González during a surprise visit to her classroom on Feb. 10 after she received many letters of support from current and former students providing testimony to her inspirational role in their student experience. “Thank you, everybody. I feel like I say this all the...

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Fullerton College Offers 2 Years Tuition-Free
Feb13

Fullerton College Offers 2 Years Tuition-Free

Effective fall 2020, Fullerton College will offer two years of tuition-free education to all new students as a result of the North Orange Promise Program expansion.  The tuition-free experience is a substantial expansion of the current one-year program. First-time college students who participated in their first year of the North Orange Promise program during the 2019-20 academic year will be eligible for a second year of free tuition...

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Darwin Day Lecture: Feb. 18
Feb13

Darwin Day Lecture: Feb. 18

In celebration of Darwin Day, Anthropology Professor Karen Markley will host a special lecture to highlight Darwin’s contributions to science, including evolutionary theory and the significance of natural selection today. The lecture is scheduled Tuesday, Feb. 18 at 3 – 3:30 p.m. in Room 1413.

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President Greg Schulz To Be Recognized by African American Male Education Network & Development
Feb12

President Greg Schulz To Be Recognized by African American Male Education Network & Development

Fullerton College President Dr. Greg Schulz has been named a leader and advocate for African American males and will be recognized with the Educational Leadership Award by the African American Male Education Network & Development (A²MEND). The A²MEND Educational Leadership Award recognizes advocacy, mentorship, and support for increasing the success of African American males in both community colleges and beyond. “Your leadership...

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