The deal would make the North Orange County Community College District one of a small number in the state to compensate adjunct professors for time outside the classroom.
Fullerton College is going to reinstate its “drop for non-payment and unpaid balances” policy by the start of the Spring 2023 semester.
Fullerton College welcomes Chancellor Breland with BBQ and carnival games as its portion of the celebration of his investiture.
Local professors share their thoughts on political engagement and voter turnout within the recent general election.
Cynthia Olivo’s selection is pending formal approval by the North Orange County Community College District Board of Trustees on Tuesday, Nov. 8.
Grace Talusan, author of “The Body Papers,” visited Fullerton College as part of NOCCCD’s P.I.E. series.
In light of the recent ruling deeming the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program (DACA) unlawful, Fullerton College continues working to help undocumented students reach their academic and career goals.
Candidates participated in a forum on Oct. 20, 2022 as FC’s presidential selection approaches the end.
Fullerton College’s presidential search is back on track after a hiatus earlier this year. Six new candidates will participate in an open forum on Thursday, Oct. 20 in the 200 building.
Fullerton College alumnus Cruz Reynoso is honored with a kick-off event for a scholarship in his name. The Student Services building will be renamed after him in September 2023.
Impact on limited parking and budget issues items of concern on charging ports.
Social Justice warrior Erin Lacorte (November 3, 1974- October 1, 2022) dies from liver cancer. Lacorte was the 2021-2022 Student Trustee at Fullerton.
A new state bill was just signed that would ease restrictions on vendors, though struggles with high costs and confusing application processes remain since the decriminalization of vending in California in 2018.
With so many important issues on ballots this November, California voting programs are ramping up to get young people to the polls.
Leonor Cadena is one of two instructors traveling with students to Seville, Spain in spring 2023 after delays related to COVID-19.