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Academic Services

The Office of Academic Services is no longer available.  However, you may still learn about and contact the individual services that the Office oversaw.  Please see the list below for more information.


The Catalog and Schedule

Laurie Triefenbach, Catalog and Schedule Coordinator (714) 732-5004

The Fullerton College Catalog is published each year and is also available on the college website. It contains information on admission to the college, campus procedures, student support and special programs, graduation requirements, degrees and certificate and transfer information, a list and description of all approved Fullerton College courses, and a listing of full-time faculty and administrators with their disciplines and degrees.

A Fullerton College Class Schedule is published each fall, summer, and spring and is available in the bookstore before the semester begins and at various locations on campus. An online version of the schedule is available on the college website. The schedule contains registration and fee information as well as a list of courses offered for a specific term. 


Curriculum

Jennifer Combs, Curriculum Committee Chair (714) 992-7553
Rachel Roschel, Administrative Assistant (714) 732-5001

The Curriculum Committee gives faculty, through their Division representatives, the responsibility for curriculum development and approval, as well as general education and graduation requirements. The committee reviews, approves and/or disapproves modifications of existing curricula and adds new curricula and programs on campus. It also adds, deletes, and modifies curricula and approves courses for general education lists for California State University, University of California, Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum, and Fullerton College associate of arts and associate of sciences degrees. Curriculum at Fullerton College is managed through CurricUNET, a Curriculum Management System.

 

Distance Education

Terence Gleason, Special Project Manager (714) 992-7792
Betty Howard, Multimedia/Graphics Specialist (714) 732-5008
Linda Clark, Distance Learning Specialist (714) 732-5007
Vacant, Distance Learning Assistant

Distance Education supports college courses that are delivered wholly or partially over the Internet and/or through cable television. Instructors who teach these courses may integrate as teaching methods E-mail, Internet, multimedia, voice mail, chat rooms, message boards, listservs, cable television broadcasts, online quizzes and exams, and may require attendance of one or more on-campus meetings.

 

Fullerton College Alumni
 

Staff Development

Nancy Ikeda, Staff Development Coordinator (714) 992-7062
Wendy Bailey, Administrative Assistant (714) 732-5005
Staff Development Teaching Effectiveness Center (714) 992-7146

The Fullerton College Staff Development Office provides information on flex activities and funding opportunities for professional growth so that Fullerton College faculty and staff can engage in workshops and conferences on and off campus that will ultimately improve teaching, student learning and campus wide services.

 

Student Learning Outcomes and Assessments

Danielle Fouquette, SLOA Trainer (714) 992-7311

Fullerton College's focus on student learning has included cross-campus training with various departments and programs defining what they want students to be able to do upon completing courses, attending workshops and/or utilizing workshops and services. Please visit the Student Learning Outcomes website for additional information.

 

The Title V Grant (completed in 2006)

In 2001, Fullerton College was one of 45 colleges and universities serving a significant number of Hispanic American students that received a grant from the U.S. Department of Education. To qualify for the award, Fullerton College was identified as a Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) which means Hispanic Americans represent at least 25 percent of the student population, at least half of whom are low-income. The intent of the grant focused on improving academic programs, student services, and facilities, including laboratories and classrooms and included 1) Focused Academic Improvement Through The Development Of Learning Communities; 2) Strengthening Student Information Systems For Institutional Effectiveness; 3) Strengthening Faculty And Staff Development Through Development Of A Teaching Effectiveness Center; and 4) Closing The Funding Gap To Improve Institutional Capabilities To Respond To The Needs Of Students By Creating An Endowment Fund And Developing New Resource Development Tools And Fundraising Capability. The Grant concluded September 30, 2006 and the College submitted a final report for the grant in December, 2006.
 
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