Admissions and Records
Welcome to Fullerton College
Special Admit Students
The Special Admit program at Fullerton College allows eligible students to enroll in college courses while attending high school and simultaneously earn college credit. Participating students not only get a “taste” of college but also get a head start on their college career. Students may select from hundreds of classes and most importantly, counselors, faculty and staff who are ready to support you all year-round! Best of all, tuition is free for California residents.
We encourage you to learn more about Fullerton College and the exciting possibilities available to you. Through quality higher education, you will excel in ways you never dreamed possible.
Good Luck in your studies, have a great year, and go Hornets!
Steps to Enroll
Below you can find useful information about Fullerton College, our support programs, & services that can assist you with your academic and personal goals.
How do I enroll?
- Complete a Fullerton College Application for admission.
- Complete and sign the Special Admit Packet. A new Special Admit Student form must be submitted each term.
- Take the Special Admit form to the Fullerton College Counseling office for approval and prerequisite clearance.
- Complete the Consent to Treat Minor Patient form.
- Take the Special Admit form and Consent to Treat Minor Patient form to the Admissions Office at Fullerton College for review and you they clear you to register.
Individuals who are not enrolled in a public school (home school students, private school students, and persons under 18 years of age who are not enrolled in school) may be eligible to enroll. Such students must complete section VII of the Special Admit form which includes a signature from the College President.
Your application may take up to 7 business days to process. You will receive an email with your student/banner ID number once your application has been processed.
Fall 2019 term starts August 26, 2019 with registration beginning in July 2019.
Spring 2020 term starts January 27, 2020 with registration beginning in November 2019.
Summer 2020 term starts mid June 2020 with registration beginning in May 2020.
Fall 2020 term starts at the end of August 2020 with registration beginning in July 2020.
Students can view their registration appointment time on myGateway. Log onto myGateway, go to Registration Tools, click Check Registration Appointment (CC/FC).
Please visit our youtube page for information about how to register https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JrlWHnWSwRA.
If you have previously attended Cypress and/or Fullerton College it is highly recommended that you check myGateway for any outstanding holds on your record. Holds will affect your ability to register for classes on your scheduled registration date. Log onto myGateway, go to Registration Tools, click Check for Holds to view any outstanding holds.
For more information please visit https://admissions.fullcoll.edu/holds/.
Promise, Pledge, & Partnership Programs
Provides free tuition and health fees for the first year for eligible students.
For more information and requirements please visit https://promise.fullcoll.edu/.
You will use the password you created during the application process to login to your student portal, also known as myGateway, https://mg.nocccd.edu/.
If you have forgotten or lost your myGateway password, go to myGateway and click on the forgot password? link underneath the login button. You will enter your preferred email address (preferred email address set in myGateway) and the last four digits of your student/banner ID and you will receive an email with instructions to reset your password.
FERPA & Privacy
Student records are protected under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). No one (including parents and high school officials) may access confidential information without a student’s written permission.
For more information please visit https://admissions.fullcoll.edu/ferpa/.
The Office of Admissions & Records determines the residency status of all new and returning students based on the information provided on the submitted application.
This classification is important because non-resident students pay an additional amount per unit each semester.
For more information about residency determination please visit: https://admissions.fullcoll.edu/residency/.
Welcome to Support Programs & Services
Your success as a student and person is important to us! Learn about various programs and departments below that Fullerton College offers to our diverse students and take advantage of the many resources available to you!
The Fullerton College Counseling Department provides student-centered counseling services to support the achievement and growth of our diverse student population with the intent of helping students develop their highest potential, fulfill their goals and promote life-long success.
For more information please visit: https://counseling.fullcoll.edu/.
The mission of the Financial Aid Department is to provide information and financial aid support to all eligible students attending Fullerton College.
Whatever the student’s major or career goal, Financial Aid helps the students know more about Financial Aid and the application process at Fullerton College.
Their motto is “Financial Aid and You: Working Together for Student Success.”
For more information please visit: https://financialaid.fullcoll.edu/.
The mission of the FC Chris Lamm & Toni DuBois-Walker Memorial Food Bank is to foster a healthy college community by providing nutritious food to students and their families who are in need. We hope to alleviate hungry and provide access to quality and nutritious food.
The FC Food Bank all Fullerton College students in need, but must be enrolled in at least 3 units. Student are require to show a student ID or State Issued ID with a recent “Class Schedule/Bill”.
Located in room 1955.
For more information please visit https://fcfoodbank.fullcoll.edu/.
The Fullerton College Student Health Services is designed to assist students in maintaining and improving their physical and mental health. The Health Center, located in Room 1204, adjacent to the Men’s Gym, provides a variety of health services. Currently enrolled full and part time Fullerton College students are eligible to use these services.
For more information please visit https://health.fullcoll.edu/.