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Disney Aspire Adds California State University, Fullerton and Fullerton College

Disney Aspire, The Walt Disney Company’s education investment and career development program that offers 100% tuition paid upfront for hourly employees, has welcomed two new additions to its growing network of educational providers: California State University, Fullerton and Fullerton College.

Upcoming Events

01/23 Spring Semester Begins

02/07 President Open Office Hour – Building 100

02/15 President Open Office Forum – Zoom

Group and single tours available


Dr. Olivo becomes president of Fullerton College

Dr. Cynthia Olivo Named President of Fullerton College

Dr. Cynthia Olivo has been named as the new president of Fullerton College. She will assume her new position in January 2023. Dr. Olivo’s appointment was announced Thursday morning by the NOCCCD Board of Trustees. The Board will formally approve Olivo’s appointment at its regular meeting on November 8.

Male students attend MAS Conference held on January 11, 2023

6th Annual Males Achieving Success Conference Held in Partnership with Chapman University

The Office of Educational Partnerships and Outreach in partnership with Chapman University held the 6th annual Males Achieving Success (MAS) Conference on Jan. 11. Nearly 600 high school males from four local high school districts (Anaheim Union, Fullerton Joint Union, Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified, and Whittier Union High School Districts) attended the conference this year.

Orange Empire Conference Champions!

The No. 5 FC basketball squad finished off the regular season on Friday defeating Golden West College 111-79 earning the right for its 3rd Orange Empire Conference title under head coach Perry Webster.


Omar Garcia

Class of 2021

“I enjoyed every moment at Fullerton College, I would not be the person or student I am today without the wonderful Professors and Counselors that have helped me along my journey. If I could give any current or future Hornets any advice it would be to get involved on campus with clubs and ask for help from counselors and professors; they are more than willing to help.”

Janet Carreño

Class of 2020

“The Pledge/Promise Program made me feel welcomed and walked me through all the steps I needed to do to get started, and would always send reminders of important dates and opportunities which helped me stay on track and connect with the campus/other students. Pledge influenced my career choice, too, because I realized that I also want to help students like myself who need support as they are starting out on their college journey.”