Fullerton College welcomes students to our beautiful campus!  Students have the flexibility to shape their college experience by choosing in-person and/or online services and instruction. Whether students select in-person, online or a hybrid approach, Fullerton College faculty and staff will be there at each step of the way to support students throughout their journey.

Keep scrolling this page to learn about all resources available to students.  

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 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.


Online Tools

Support Services + Communities

A & R

Admissions and Records assists students with a variety of things ranging from registration, wait lists, special admits, transcripts, verifications, grades, petitions, etc.


The Fullerton College Bookstore is accepting all orders via its website. Orders can be  shipped or picked up during scheduled curbside pickup times.

Bursar's Office

The Bursar’s Office administers scholarships, third-party tuition payments and some Financial Aid grants. It also collects, processes, and records financial transactions.


In coordination with EOPS, these programs provide services that support Fullerton College socioeconomically disadvantaged students who are parents.

Career Closet

The Career Closet offers a variety of gently-used professional business attire for students in need.

Cultural Center

The Cadena Cultural Center leads activities and programs to enhance awareness of culture and diversity to promote a sense of belonging.


Disability Support Services advocates for the integration of students with disabilities into the mainstream at FC by providing educational accommodations and other support.


EOPS provides resources and support to students who have educationally and socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds.

Financial Aid

There are numerous federal, state and local forms of financial aid that staff in the Office of Financial Aid can help students access.

Foster Youth

The Foster Youth Success Initiative supports ambitious, college-bound students exiting the foster care system.

Grads to Be

Undocumented and AB 540 students have access to services and resources to support their academic journey and personal well-being.

Intl. Center

The International Student Center provides services for international students who are studying or would like to study on the F-1 and F-2 visa.
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This website hosts various LGBTQIA+ resources including events, a Canvas shell, a listserv and more.

Preschool Care

The Lab School is a preschool on the Fullerton College campus. It provides care to children 2-5 and a real-world learning space for FC students.

Promise Program

First-time freshmen may be eligible for free tuition for their first two years at Fullerton College through the North Orange Promise Program.
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Puente Program

The Puente Program is an academic, counseling and mentoring program for educationally under-served students.


Re-Entry is a program designed to support non-traditional students, who are age 24 or over, parents, married individuals, or returning to college after a semester gap.


The Friends of Fullerton College Foundation is in partnership with Fullerton College for college fundraising and student scholarships.

Study Abroad

Study Abroad offers programs every semester for students to expand their horizons and learn in a different country.

Umoja program

Umoja provides educational support and services to increase the academic success, retention, completion, and transfer of African-American students.

Veterans Center

The Veterans Resource Center serves veterans, military personnel, and family members and dependents of those who have served in the U.S. military.

Student Life

The warm and welcoming Office of Student Life and Leadership 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.

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.

Students gain a hands-on education from highly accomplished faculty in the arts.

Students share the space with world-renown artists at Fullerton College’s Art Gallery. Works can be found on display in the Art Gallery in Building 1000.

Health, Wellness + Safety

Health Center

The Student Health Center provides a variety of clinical services and COVID-19 referral resources.

Free Meals and Groceries

FC offers students a daily meal credit in the Campus Dining Hall with a valid student ID and weekly groceries through the FC Food Bank.

Mental Health

Students may receive mental health counseling, psychological services and referrals at no cost. Mental health counseling is available through the Student Health Center.

Mindful Growth

Fullerton College offers practice groups, Canvas workshops, and a 3-unit course that each explore mindfulness practice and self-compassion.

Crisis Resources

The Student Support Services Division can connect students with many outside agencies to assist with crisis care, housing, food, childcare, and social services.

Campus Safety

Campus safety officers are available 24/7. On-campus emergencies should be reported to 714.992.7777.

Complaint, Conduct + Sexual Misconduct


Keep up with campus news, events, achievements and more.


The official news source of Fullerton College managed by the Office of Campus Communications.

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Learn about upcoming academic deadlines, social events, sports competitions and more with these calendars.

Fullerton College students are engrossed in reading.


Important academic dates, such as registration, drop deadlines and application timelines. This PDF shows the 23-24 academic calendar. 

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General Campus Events

View upcoming workshops, seminars, discussions, fairs and more!

East Asian dancers perform at Fullerton College's WordFest.


Fullerton College is home to numerous cultural events, such as WorldFest and CommUNITY Day. See what’s coming up next!


If you’re a fan of Hornet sports, find upcoming games and cheer for your team!


If your goal is to transfer, keep your eye on the deadlines that affect you.

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Fullerton College is a hub for fine art with numerous events happening year-round. See this calendar to find out what’s coming next.