Return to the Hive: COVID-19 Recovery and Vaccine Mandate

Fullerton College welcomes students to the 2022 Spring Semester! Classes begin on January 24. Visit the Return to the Hive website to learn about the NOCCCD vaccine mandate and free COVID-19 testing.

View the college’s reopening website.

Connecting Students to Resources

Students are invited to view all resources available to them at the college by visiting an updated Current Students page

Visit the Current Students page.

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. Read more…

Upcoming Events

12/23 Winter Break Begins – Campus Closed

01/01 Winter Break Ends – Campus Closed

01/17 Martin L. King Holiday – Campus Closed

01/24 Spring Semester Begins

NOCCCD Launches National Search for FC’s Next President

The North Orange County Community College District (NOCCCD) launched a national search for its next President at Fullerton College. The President is the Chief Executive Officer of the college and reports to the Chancellor of the District.

The Arts are Back at Fullerton College

Fullerton College is lifting the stage curtains and reopening the art gallery doors as a variety of in-person Fine Arts activities return after a long hiatus brought on by the pandemic. A combination of 13 events within the Fine Arts Division will be featured over the next few week.

Women’s Water Polo: Third Place Finish at State

The FC women’s water polo team traveled up to Las Positas College in Livermore over the weekend splitting games to take third place overall at the CCCAA State Championship Tournament.

Testimonials

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.”