On-campus and Virtual Resources Available to Students
Fullerton College will offer a limited number of in-person classes and many online options this summer and fall semester. Students who are taking in-person or online classes have access to the resources listed below.
What to expect this summer
This is a quick list of on-campus resources, please browse this entire page to learn about all resources available to students.
- Free Parking and Wi-Fi: Parking is free and available in the Parking Structure on the corner of Lemon Street and Fullerton College Drive and in Parking Lot 7 at the corner of Berkeley and Chapman avenues. Students may also park in Parking Lot 4, which is west of Sherbeck Field, to access free Wi-Fi from their vehicles.
- Quiet Study Space: Students who are enrolled online or in-person are welcomed to use our quiet study space in the library
- Free hot meals and groceries: Enjoy a hot breakfast and lunch Monday-Thursday served in the Campus Dining Room. Weekly groceries are given out on Thursdays at the Healthy Hornet Drive-Thru.
- Free technology: Request to borrow a laptop, headphones, and hot spots by filling out this form and load up your computer with software available through the college.
- Bookstore: order and pick up your books in person or have them mailed to you.
- Library Curbside Service: Borrow and return books through the curbside service.
- Printing Kiosk: No way to print at home, no problem. Use our printing kiosk near the 200 Building.
Before you come to campus, check out these safety instructions
- Vaccines are free and widely available! Learn more on our Health Services website.
- Health Screening for Students – There’s an App for That! Before beginning an in-person class or accessing campus services, students will be required to take a health self-assessment, available on the Fullerton College Mobile app, and have their temperature taken. It’s easy, learn more here.
If you can’t find what you need on this page, please visit the college’s Directory, email email@example.com or call during business hours at 714-992-7000, and we will connect you with someone who can help.
Distance Education + technology support
Most online classes are taught through Canvas, which is a free learning management system. The Distance Education Department provides resources to help students learn how to use Canvas. Additionally, many support programs like the Library, Career and Life Planning Center, EOPS, Academic Support Center and others use Canvas to connect students with their resources. Mygateway is the student portal that provides access to do all the “business end” of things such as register for classes, drop classes, check grades, see holds, etc.
Academic Success Resources
Support Services + Communities
The warm and welcoming Office of Student Life and Leadership team helps you get involved with your campus and community through an array of services.
Make your voice heard! Join the group that represents students in Fullerton College’s government. AS is meeting virtually.
Finding a community is so enriching during your college years. Fullerton College has 49 student clubs, so no matter what your interests are, you’ll find like-minded friends!
Fullerton College has a rich athletics legacy. Due to COVID-19 fall sports are delayed until spring, and we are counting down the days until we can cheer on our teams again.
Faculty and students in music and theatre arts have taken innovative steps to continue the arts online during COVID-19.
Students share the space with world-renown artists at Fullerton College’s Art Gallery. Works normally on display in the Art Galley in Building 1000 can still be enjoyed virtually.
Health, Wellness + Safety
The Student Health Center is providing virtual services during COVID-19. They are available by phone to answer questions and provide referrals.
Sign up for weekly meals! Fullerton College partners with Sodexo and Pathways of Hope to distribute pre-packed bags of groceries.
Fullerton College offers practice groups, Canvas workshops, and a 3-unit course that each explore mindfulness practice and self-compassion.
The Student Support Services Division can connect students with many outside agencies to assist with crisis care, housing, food, childcare, and social services.
While the campus continues to remain closed to students and the public during COVID-19, campus safety officers are available 24/7. On-campus emergencies should be reported to 714.992.7777.
Complaint, Conduct + Sexual Misconduct
NEWS + PUBLICATIONS
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The official news source of Fullerton College managed by the Office of Campus Communications.
Learn about upcoming academic deadlines, social events, sports competitions and more with these calendars.
Fullerton College is home to numerous cultural events, such as WorldFest and CommUNITY Day. See what’s coming up next!