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In efforts to support students with their transition from high school to college during this challenging time, Fullerton College has created a series of videos to guide students with the necessary steps needed to qualify for Promise and receive two years of free tuition.
Please click the following link to find the series of videos: Educational Partnerships and Outreach Website<http://outreach.fullcoll.edu/>
Additionally, our Fullerton College representative is here to assist you via email, Zoom meetings, and google phone call and/or text with any questions/concerns you might have or if you simply would like to check if you are on track to completing all the necessary steps. Please see below for her contact information and virtual office hours:
Schedule a One-on-one appointment via Zoom/Phone: https://calendly.com/khinojos/fcoutreach
Google phone number (calls or text): (562) 448-2288
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YOU CAN ALSO CONTACT OUR MT. SAC REPRESENTATIVES AT:
Annette Monge-Hermosillo: firstname.lastname@example.org
Salote Wailase: email@example.com
Computers are available in the Student Services Center for your convenience. Please browse the information and tips below to ensure you're ready to begin the application process. For important dates and deadlines, be sure to check out our Academic Calendar.
If you have questions about your application, contact our Admissions and Records office at (909) 274-4415 or visit Admissions online.
Through the Early Success Program, first-time college students can receive fall PRIORITY ENROLLMENT if the Admission, Self-Report Tool, and the Falcon Edge Orientation steps are completed by May 5, 2021.
New students are required to complete Orientation before enrollment.
After getting settled into your first semester, meet with a counselor every semester. Counselors are available to assist you with your educational planning year-round. Visit the Counseling Department to learn how to schedule an appointment with a counselor.
If you need accommodations with any of these activities due to a disability, please visit Student Accessibility Services (formerly Disabled Students Programs and Services—DSPS).
If you have any questions:
Call the Virtual Welcome Center at 562-860-2451, Ext. 2130
Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday
10:00 am - 4:00 pm & Friday, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm.
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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