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Complete List of Student Services
The Academic Support Center (ASC) provides free services to ALL Fullerton College students and staff in achieving academic success. The center is comprised of three related services: the Skills Center, the Tutoring Center, and the Writing Center.
- Instructional support for individuals in study skills, vocabulary improvement and critical thinking.
- With instructor approval, administer make-up exams for any Fullerton College course.
- Instructional support for courses in reading, English-asa- Second Language (ESL), foreign languages and writing. (Software, audio, and print materials available.)
- Free tutoring for most college courses by faculty recommended tutors
- Walk-in tutoring for accounting, chemistry, physics, math (Monday-Saturday) Inspiration software (for organizing ideas for any subject)
- Math Anxiety Workshop offered each semester
- E-mail tutoring in math and English through website: tutoringcenter.fullcoll.edu
The Writing Center provides tutoring on writing projects at any stage, from brainstorming to the final draft. The center also provides assistance with academic writing projects such as transfer letters and scholarship applications, whether for class or personal use. Both walk-in and by-appointment tutoring are offered. Frequent workshops on a variety of topics related to academic writing are held in the Writing Center.
2000 Bldg — (714) 992-7075 — admissions.fullcoll.edu
The Admissions and Records Office admits and registers all students; maintains, retrieves and distributes student records and transcripts; serves as the final evaluation of all graduation applications; reports attendance data to appropriate agencies; and provides information and supportive contracts to students, faculty, administrators, and the community.
500 Bldg, Rm 513 — (714) 992-7084 — staffwww.fullcoll.edu/gmenchaca
The Assessment/Orientation Center offers required assessment tests for enrollment in Math and English courses. No appointment is needed; come to the center during operating hours to complete your assessment. Upon completion of the assessment and orientation, new students will be scheduled for a group advising session.
2000 Bldg, 1st Floor — bookstore.fullcoll.edu
Offering all of the materials needed for Fullerton College students to succeed in their education, the Bookstore is located in the Student Services Building (2000) facing Chapman Avenue. A complete selection of the textbooks and course materials required or recommended by faculty is arranged in easy-tolocate fashion by department, course numbers and CRN. In addition, extensive classroom and office supplies, study aids, college clothing, giftware, software at education discounts, small electronics, books, magazines, and snacks are available. During the semesters, the Bookstore is open Monday through Thursday, 7:30 am to 6 pm; Friday, 7:30 am to 5 pm. Special hours for breaks, holidays, rush periods, and inventory are posted in the the Bookstore, online, and via phone at (714) 992-7008. Go to our website for online ordering and additional information.
College Center, Room 212, 1st Floor — (714) 992-7086 — http://cadena.fullcoll.edu
The Cadena Cultural Center supports the core values of the college to elevate excellence in serving the needs of its diverse student population. The center strives to be an advocate and the nexus for the community to engage in conversations and action to enhancing multiculturalism at Fullerton College. The center offers students, faculty, and staff information about serving the needs of AB540, undocumented students, Lesbian/Gay/ Bisexual/Transgendered/Queer/Intersexed/Questioning, as well as students from historically underrepresented groups such as African American, Native American, Latino/a, Asian/Pacific Islander, low income, and former foster youth. The entire college community is welcomed to attend and participate in the center activities and services.
Some activities and services offered through the Cadena Cultural Center include:
- Welcome services for AB540, LGBTQIQ, historically under - represented students, low income, foster youth and first-intheir- family college students
- Host-invited speakers to discuss issues of self-empowerment and ways to eradicate sexism, heterosexism, racism, ageism, bias regarding physical/mental ability, classism, monocultural ethnocentrism, religious dominance, language discrimination, bias regarding immigrant status and other pertinent topics
- Resource library with books, listings of scholarships, intern - ships, and off campus opportunities that promote transfer
- Fieldtrips to local museums and cultural exchanges
- Cultural celebrations, recognitions, and honoring diversity in current events
- Collaborations with student clubs, campus committees, and community members that provide a space for active dialog on diversity issues and self-empowerment
315 N. Pomona (west of campus between Whiting and Wilshire) — (714) 992-7101
The CalWORKs Program is designed for students who are receiving AFDC/Welfare. CalWORKs students are assigned to a CalWORKs Counselor who provides the guidance and support needed to meet both their academic goals and the requirements mandated by their County Social Worker. A team approach is used to advocate for student rights. Services include:
- Academic, career and personal counseling
- Child care grants for both on/off-campus child care providers
- Emergency assistance for bus passes, parking permits and books
- Referral to both on/off-campus resources for basic needs and emergency support services (housing, utilities, mental health, shelter, etc.)
- Collaboration with on-campus programs in order to ensure student needs are met (DSP&S; EOPS/CARE; Financial Aid; Skills Center, etc.)
In addition, students that are not currently receiving AFDC/ Welfare, but may be in the process of applying, are encouraged to schedule an appointment with a CalWORKs Counselor prior to applying through their local County office. Students will secure an overview of the CalWORKs Program requirements. Students that have been sanctioned and want information regarding how to cure their sanction are also encouraged to contact our office. Office hours: Mon-Thurs, 8 am-5 pm.
CalWORKs Program Eligibility
- Parents as well as children must be receiving cash aid (i.e., parents who are no longer receiving cash aid and are only receiving cash aid for their children are not eligible);
- Must be able to provide proof of program eligibility via county documentation in order to receive CalWORKs program services;
- No unit minimum.
Fullerton College is served by two Campus Dining locations. Located in the College Center (200 Building), the Food Court offers several branded concepts including Grill 155, Ultimate Baja, La Vincita Pizza and Pasta, Stacks Deli, and grab-and-go items including chips, snacks, salads, sandwiches, beverages and school supplies. Hours are Monday - Thursday, 7 am - 8 pm; Friday, 7 am - 2 pm; and closed Saturday.
Stinger's Cafe, located behind the LLRC, features a full-service coffee bar, and several grab-and-go items. Hours are Monday - Thursday, 6:45 am - 8:30 pm; Friday, 6:45 am - 8:30 pm; and Saturday, 8 am - 2 pm.
Beverage and snack vending units are located throughout the campus for 24/7 availability.
2000 Bldg, 2nd Floor — (714) 992-7097 — eops.fullcoll.edu
CARE is an integral program of EOPS. It is designed to provide specific support services for single parent students who receive cash aid and are in the CalWORKS Program or deferred. Assistance is provided to ensure the opportunity for students to succeed and attain their educational goal. CARE offers the following services:
- Auto Repair Payment
- Book Grants (money for books)
- Bus Passes
- Child Care Referrals
- Educational Supplies
- Financial Aid Assistance
- Life, Career and Academic Planning
- Monthly Gas Cards
- Parenting Workshops
- Social Services Referrals
Information on Eligibility
- 18 years of age or older
- Currently receive cash aid benefits
- EOPS eligible
- Have at least one child under fourteen years old
- Single head of household
2000 Bldg, 2nd Floor — (714) 992-7121 — careercenter.fullcoll.edu
The Career and Life Planning Center provides students with a comprehensive approach to career/life planning and development including a variety of resources and services such as:
- Individual and group counseling
- Counseling to facilitate career exploration and career decision making
- Counseling for career/life transitions
- Occupational and educational information utilizing computerized/internet systems
- Career-related assessments tools
- Special workshops and courses for undecided and re-entry students
- Assistance with resumes, cover letters and applications
- Career research assistance
- Extensive research library of career reference materials
The Fullerton College Child Development Center and Lab School provide high quality early childhood programs for preschool children ages 21⁄2-51⁄2. Teachers design the early care and learning programs to meet the developmental needs, interests and learning styles of the children. The center is licensed and holds accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children. The Center serves families without regard to sex, race, religion, sexual preference or physical handicap.
In addition, The Child Development Lab School serves as a college classroom for students in the Child Development and Educational Studies Department. Teachers provide an environment that supports and promotes early care and learning through the creation of natural learning spaces where children can investigate, learn and develop.
The hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 6:00 pm. The Center is open year round and follows the holiday schedule of Fullerton College. There are 2, 3 and 5 day enrollment options. The program is available to students, Fullerton College staff and the greater community. We provide the children with a nutritious breakfast, lunch and snack daily at no additional cost. Please call to visit, check availability and tuition rates or to be added to our waiting list. The Center offers free and reduced cost child-care services to eligible families.
The Child Development Center is a part of the Fullerton College Social Sciences Division and works in conjunction with the faculty of the Child Development and Educational Studies Department.
Academic Computing Technologies operates four PC based open computer labs on campus. Four of the labs, (901, 2000, 511 and 611) are general purpose computer labs while lab 720 is geared towards CAD and mechanical engineering students. Alternatively, there is an Apple Mac based computer graphics lab located in room 1024.
Students and staff members who have established FCNet accounts are welcome to use any of the labs during open hours. Your FCNet account allows you access to all computing facilities. A small fee is charged for printing. Print credit can be purchased at the FC Bookstore.
2000 Bldg, 2nd Floor — (714) 992-7084 — counseling.fullcoll.edu
The Fullerton College Counseling and Student Development Division provides services for students through the Counseling Center, the Counseling Resource Center, the Career and Life Planning Center, the Cadena/Transfer Center, the Assessment Center, Disability Support Services and the Workforce Center. In addition, the division provides student development counseling and guidance courses in College Study Skills, Career Develop ment and Educational Planning. (See course offerings under Counseling.)
The center also provides on-line counseling. This is a web based e-mail service through the Fullerton College website for students to ask general counseling questions. This service is not intended to take the place of our in-person appointments, but rather as a resource for general questions.
The Counseling Center offers new, continuing and returning students individual appointments with counseling faculty to:
- Assist students in appropriate selection of math, English and basic skills courses
- Assist students in clarifying their career goals
- Assist students in preparing a Student Educational Planning Program (SEPP), which meets the requirements for college majors, career preparation and transfer to four-year colleges and universities
- Assist students in resolving concerns about life management issues
- Provide information on college policies and regulations
- Provide orientation and new student group advising
- Provide students with information on transfer, major prepara - tion, and general education requirements
- Provide students with unofficial progress checks for certifi - cates, associate degrees and transfer requirements
- Provide unofficial evaluations of other college transcripts
- Provide walk-in general information counseling
840 Bldg, Room 842 — (714) 992-7099 — dsp.fullcoll.edu
The Disability Support Services (DSS) office offers a variety of support services for students with documented disabilities. Services and educational accommodations are provided in compliance with state and federal legislation.
Fullerton College’s Disability Support Services office supports students in achieving their educational goals by providing services which are above and beyond what is available to the general student population. The DSS staff is committed to providing services in a timely and effective manner.
Eligible students who have a verifiable disability qualify for support services through the DSS office. The services are designed to support students in the achievement of their academic and vocational goals. Reasonable accommodations are determined by the DSS counselor/specialist on an individual basis. Services and accommodations are based on the educational abilities and limitations unique to each student.
In order for you to receive services from DSS, you must be currently enrolled as a Fullerton College student, and you must provide detailed documentation of your disability from an appropriate professional and/or participate in the learning disability assessment process through DSS.
What Services Are Provided?
- Test taking accommodations
- Specialized counseling
- New DSS student orientation
- Alternate media
- Notetaking assistance
- Interpreting services
- Learning disability assessment
- Assistive and adaptive technologies
- Adaptive computer and learning strategies classes
2000 Bldg, 2nd Floor — (714) 992-7097 — eops.fullcoll.edu
EOPS is a support services program designed to provide entry, retention and transition services for educationally and economically needy students. The support services are designed to assist and contribute to the student’s success in college.
Experienced staff is available to assist students in adjusting to the college environment by providing information on campus policies, financial aid, scholarships, campus, and community referrals. The counseling staff is comprised of professional counselors and paraprofessionals. Professional counselors are available for guidance, assessment, academic, career and personal counseling. Paraprofessionals assist in class scheduling, registration and a variety of other services for the purpose of supporting student retention and successful transition to either employment or higher education.
Financial Aid Information
The EOPS Financial Aid specialist acts as the formal link between EOPS and the Financial Aid Office. The specialist provides assistance to students in applying for the various types of financial aid available and in completing the various financial aid forms. Assistance is available in the research and application for appropriate scholarships.
Information on Eligibility
The following eligibility criteria apply in order for a student to be considered for the EOPS Program:
- Completed less than 70 units (or 6 semesters) of college level coursework
- Educationally disadvantaged as determined by the EOPS Program
- Enrolled full time (12 units) when accepted by the EOPS Program
- Qualified to receive a Board of Governors Grant (BOGG)
- Resident of California
This component provides prospective students with information and assistance on admissions and services available at Fullerton College. Efforts are focused on the local high school campuses and in the community to identify EOPS eligible students interested in Fullerton College. Prospective students are provided with college presentations, seminars and a College Preparation Conference.
100 Bldg, Room 115 — (714) 992-7091 — financialaid.fullcoll.edu
PHILOSOPHY — In keeping with the open-door philosophy of Fullerton College, the Financial Aid Office endeavors to support the dignity and worth of each individual. The office is vitally concerned with the educational needs of all individuals in the community and recognizes that the specific needs for education vary among students. Students and their individual needs then become the chief focal point of the Financial Aid Office. Its goal is to provide monetary assistance to students who may benefit from higher education, but who cannot do so without financial assistance.
ELIGIBILITY — Specific eligibility requirements vary from program to program. Please contact the office or access the website for the various State aid programs. Basic Federal grant eligibility criteria are as follows:
- Demonstrates a financial need according to a recognized Federal system on need analysis
- Does not owe a repayment on any previously-received Federal grants
- Does not yet possess a Bachelor’s Degree
- Enrolled as a regular student in an eligible program
- Has no drug-related convictions while on Financial Aid
- Maintains satisfactory academic progress
- Males must be registered with the Selective Service Board
- May not be in default on any Perkins, Stafford, Plus or Direct Loan
- Possesses a high school diploma, GED certificate or passes the California High School Proficiency Exam
- Student must be an American citizen, or eligible non-citizen
- Working toward a degree or certificate program
Basic Loan eligibility criteria are:
- Demonstrates a financial need
- Enrolled in at least 6 units (half time)
- Maintains satisfactory progress
- Prior loan aggregate amounts are taken into account to determine loan eligibility
For more information on Financial Aid Programs, see the Financial Aid Web Site.
The Fullerton College Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit, public charity. It was founded in 1959 by Dr. H. Lynn Sheller, then President of Fullerton College for the purpose of providing to Fullerton College and its students. The foundation solicits, receives, and distributes gifts, grants, and contributions from individuals, businesses, corporations, and private foundations in order to financially support programs and projects that benefit the college. Today the foundation has more than 200 scholarships available to help students achieve their educations goals and continues to provide institutional support to the college. For more information go to fullcollfoundation.org or call 714.525.5651. The Foundation is located at Ben Franklin House - 315 North Pomona Avenue - Fullerton, CA.
The Honors Program offers a variety of courses that fulfill the general education requirements of most majors. Since students from many fields of study are encouraged to participate in the Honors Program, you will find yourself working with a group of students who come from a wide variety of backgrounds and have diverse perspectives. You will interact with many other students whose points of view may be quite different from your own. Honors courses are innovative classes that encourage all participants to explore the ideas, the people, and the writings that give shape to our world.
1200 Bldg, Room 1204 — (714) 992-7093 — http://healthservices.fullcoll.edu
The Health Center provides health care and personal counseling to the students of Fullerton College. The Health Center is open from 8 am to 7 pm Monday through Thursday and 8 am to 5 pm on Friday during the Fall and Spring terms. The summer schedule is variable. The mandatory health fee (payable at the time of registration) includes the following services:
- Clinical Medicine — Physician and nurse-practitioner consultation by appointment, diagnosis and treatment is free of charge. Clinical laboratory testing*, radiology referral and follow-up*, medications and/or prescriptions*, minor surgery*, referral to community hospitals/specialist. *Available at low cost for students
- Crisis Intervention and Personal Counseling — Individual consultation with a licensed psychologist based on crisis intervention model. Referrals available to private and community health agencies.
- Health Care — Health/wellness counseling, screening for immediate or follow-up care, emergency care for illness, first aid for traumatic injuries, hearing appraisals, maintenance of health records, accident reporting, health education, referral to community agencies. A student accident insurance plan* is maintained by Health Services.
*Deductibles and limitations apply
Your Health Fees at Work
Student Health Services provide all of the services you find in a routine medical clinic. Most of the services such as a visit to the physician, nurse practitioner, RN, psychologist, or health educator are at no cost to you. Laboratory tests, immunizations, medications, pelvic exams and employment or wellness exams are provided at very low fees. HOURS: Nurses are available from 8 am - 7 pm Monday through Thursday and from 8 am - 5 pm on Friday. Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Health Educator, and Psychologists by appointment.
The International Student Center (ISC) provides services to international students on the F-1 student visa and those seeking an F-1 student visa. The ISC is a full-service office dedicated to supporting international students both academically and personally. International students benefit from specialized and individual attention. Services and programs include:
- International admissions (new, transfer, and change of status students)
- Academic counseling
- Immigration advising
- New Student Orientation and Welcome Week activities
- Housing and American host family resources
- Employment authorization and resources
- Cultural activities and social events
- California Cousins Mentor Program
More information on the F-1 student visa can be found at http://educationusa.state.gov.
800 Bldg (LLRC) — (714) 992-7039 — library.fullcoll.edu
The Library (LLRC) assists students, faculty, and staff to attain their educational and informational goals in a supportive library environment. The library offers traditional services such as a large circulating book and audiovisual collection, periodicals, interlibrary loan service, reserve materials and reference and research assistance.
Technology has been incorporated into the library’s services, available both on campus and off campus via the library’s website. These include the library catalog, online databases for periodicals and in-depth subject resources, as well as Internet searching and documentation assistance. In the library building itself, the staff is on duty to assist students with their research needs. There are computers with Internet connections for student research use, as well as email express and word processing capabilities. In addition, there are Internet connections for laptop computers. Adaptive workstations are available to assist persons with disabilities in accessing information. All computers have printing available for a fee. Four coin-operated photocopy machines are also available for student use.
Library Instruction Sessions are offered throughout the semester to assist students wishing to learn to use the online catalog and periodical databases, to upgrade their Internet skills, and to learn bibliographic citation formats needed for research papers.
Library Hours: Mon-Thurs, 7:30 am-9 pm — Fridays, 7:30 am- 4 pm — Saturdays, 10 am-3 pm
Lost and Found
The central location for all lost and found articles is the Campus Safety Department located in the 1500 Building. Articles will be tagged, logged, and properly secured. Items can be claimed at the Campus Safety Department.
The Fullerton College Mathematics Lab located in the LLRC has been in continuous operation since 1967. It provides services in a supportive environment where students enrolled in MATH 004 F, 006 F, 015 F, 020 F, 030 F, 040 F, 141 F and 142 F can achieve their mathematical goals through various supplemental support services specific to their textbooks and instructors. The Lab offers individual tutoring, CD and DVD lectures, computer tutorials, online homework programs, individual and group study locations, a location for make-up quizzes and tests, and access to textbooks. During the first week of classes each semester, students visit the Math Lab and receive class orientations explaining the services offered. Student attendance is required and is tracked electronically when students scan in and out of the lab using their student ID cards.
2000 Bldg, 2nd Floor — (714) 992-7084 — http://puente.fullcoll.edu
The Puente Project is an Academic Preparation Program that for more than 25 years has improved the college-prep rate of tens of thousands of California’s educationally disadvantaged students. Its mission is to increase the number of educationally disadvantaged students who:
- Enroll in four year colleges and universities
- Earn college degrees
- Return to the community as mentors and leaders of future generations
Students are guaranteed English and Counseling courses, receive one-to-one counseling, mentoring, social events, college field trips and networking
Through arrangements with local universities, reserved officer training is available to students of Fullerton College. For more details concerning concurrent enrollment, scholarships, requirements and opportunities with the three branches of the armed services, contact the following:
- Air Force ROTC Loyola Marymount, Los Angeles 310-338-2770
- Army ROTC California State University, Fullerton 657-278-5545
- Navy ROTC University of California, Los Angeles 310-794-9425
Security escorts are available daily, Monday through Friday. Call ext. 27343 on any campus phone or by dialing *81 on any campus phone or (714) 992-7343 on any cell phone. Emergency phones are strategically located throughout the campus.
College Center, 2nd Floor, Room 225 — (714) 992-7067 — http://specialprograms.fullcoll.edu
Service Learning provides the opportunity for students to connect the classroom to the community. The real-world experiences result in active, enhanced learning, civic engagement, commitment to helping others and helping provide solutions regarding issues that affect the community and world.
Make the most of your Fullerton College experience by getting involved. Balance your time for learning, leading and living by participating in life enriching activities with other students who share your vision. Explore your interests, build your skills, create friendships and become part of the excitement of Fullerton College. Opportunities for involvement are waiting for your in our Student Center and Associated Students Clubs and Student Government.
The Associated Students (A.S.) consists of elected and appointed members including the A.S. President, Vice President, Treasurer, Recorder, Senators, Inter-Club Council (I.C.C.) President, Commissioners and Senate Members. The Student Trustee may also attend and report at the Associated Student Senate meetings. Elections are held in the fall for the current year and in the spring for the following year. The Associated Students and Inter-Club Council provide a comprehensive student activities and club program. Events are planned with sufficient variety and provide an opportunity for all to participate.
The Associated Students holds business meetings every Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. in the College Center, Rm 227. The Inter-Club Council meetings are every other Monday at 1:30 p.m. in the College Center, Rm 227. All students and guests are welcome to attend.
Location: College Center/Bldg 200, Rm 214, 1-714-992-7000, ext 24001
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8am-8pm; Friday, 8am-2pm
Services: Video Games, Pool Tables, Air Hockey, TV, etc.; Campus Photo ID
College Center, 2nd Floor, Room 225 — (714) 992-7084 — tap.fullcoll.edu
The Transfer Achievement Program (TAP) is a comprehensive program designed to encourage and support students in their goal of transferring to a four-year university. Some of the benefits of the program include:
- guaranteed classes
- additional personal and academic support from instructors, counselors and peer facilitators
- opportunities to develop a peer support system
- classes in college success and career and life planning
- opportunities to visit leading universities
College Center, Room 212, 1st Floor — (714) 992-7086 — http://transfer.fullcoll.edu
The Transfer Center is a dynamic campus resource available to all Fullerton College students to help you stay motivated, excited, and prepared to transfer to a four-year university. There are many steps to transfer, from college exploration to college selection, major exploration to major preparation, not to mention the entire application process. The center provides services to help you explore, prepare, and succeed in your transfer plans. The Transfer Center can help you every step of the way! Services and activities include the following:
- Field trips to explore college campuses in the local area such as UCLA, Cal State Fullerton, Long Beach State University, UC Irvine, and USC
- Catalogs from four-year universities in the CSU/UC system, as well as private and out-of-state schools
- Walk-in transfer advising, counseling and assistance
- University representative contact information including email and telephone numbers to receive individual transfer admis - sion information
- Computer stations with Internet access to access www.ASSIST.org, college applications, FAFSA, college exploration, webinars, email admissions representatives
- Monthly e-newsletter for students interested in up-to-theminute transfer information
- Financial aid and scholarship information
- Guide to Majors sheets
- Appointments with visiting representatives from four-year colleges and universities
- Transfer application assistance i.e. application deadlines, personal statement review and preparation
- Workshops on transfer planning for UC/CSU/Private/Outof- state, Women’s Colleges, Historically Black Colleges and Universities
- College fairs with over 20 colleges and universities taking place three to four times a year
College Center, 2nd Floor, Room 225 — (714) 992-7067 — http://teacherprep.fullcoll.edu
The Center for Careers in Education (CCE) helps prepare students to become effective teachers in a profession that is in need of trained, diverse individuals. It offers resources and services to help students reach their career goal through participation in teacher preparation “apple” courses, early field work experiences, an integrated teacher preparation program with Cal State University Fullerton, Club Teach, specialized academic advisement/counseling, and CBEST test preparation workshops.
Veterans, service members, and their survivors and dependents may apply for their VA Educational Benefit Programs with the help of the staff at the Veterans Resource Center (VRC).
VA students must complete and submit a REQUEST FOR ENROLLMENT CERTIFICATION form for each semester in order to collect their benefits. Also, all veterans must submit a SEPP (Student Education Program Plan) form for each semester that they wish to be certified, which can be obtained from the VRC academic counselor or in General Academic Counseling.
VA students must submit all of their official prior postsecondary transcripts (civilian) to be evaluated and declare a program (major) for them to be evaluated. Military credit will be applied upon application for graduation.
Fullerton College, as required by federal regulation and DVA policy, conducts an evaluation of all VA students’ prior postsecondary education, experience and training (civilian and military) before certifying their third enrollment period. Also, as required, Fullerton College grants the appropriate credit, shortening their training period proportionately, and notifies the DVA and these students the amount of credit allowed towards their declared program.
Unless otherwise notified, all programs (majors) in the College catalog are approved for the training of VA students. Transfer programs are approved contingent upon Fullerton College having current articulation agreements with the universities offering the transfer programs.
VA students cannot be certified if their cumulative grade point average (overall GPA) remains below 2.00 for two successive certified enrollment periods. Once their overall GPA is 2.00 or above, their subsequent enrollment periods can then be certified.
2000 Bldg — Room 2002 — (714) 992-7136 — workforce.fullcoll.edu
The Workforce Center’s goal is to educate students on the skills, attitudes, and experiences required to succeed in the workplace. We provide up-to-date information on employment opportunities, job-seeking techniques, employability skills, and business etiquette. The Center offers job placement services and resources to currently-enrolled students and alumni (within two years after graduation). The Center provides:
- Daily postings of full-time, part-time, temporary and seasonal employment opportunities
- Individualized assistance with resume and cover letter writing
- Mock interviews and interview techniques
- On-line resume, cover letter, and interview preparation and practice (password required)
- Workshops to improve employment skills
- Free resume faxing
- Resource materials on relevant job search and business etiquette topics
- Job Fairs each semester which connects hundreds of employers with FC students
- Computers to assist with job search
Students must register each school year by presenting their current student ID or a driver’s license and class printout.
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