Welcome to the Student Support Services DIVISION OFFICE at Fullerton College
The Student Support Services Division Office is committed to the success of all Fullerton College students. The departments and programs in this division address issues such as student engagement, leadership development, academic success, and food insecurity in order to provide support for the Fullerton College community.
College Center, Building 200
Upstairs, Room 223
Vaccine Mandate Now in Effect
All students taking classes in-person or accessing services on-campus are REQUIRED to visit the health check-in area where they are screened for COVID-19 symptoms. Students must be in compliance with the NOCCCD vaccine mandate to take classes in-person and receive services on-campus. Students with approved exemptions to the NOCCCD vaccine mandate must test weekly when they come to campus for in-person classes or services. COVID-19 testing details can be found here.
For more information, please visit https://www.fullcoll.edu/return/
Currently, Student Support Services houses a variety of programs and departments that include:
Make your voice heard! Join the group that represents students in Fullerton College’s government. AS is meeting virtually.
Phone: (714) 992-7118
Disability Support Services
Disability Support Services advocates for the integration of students with disabilities into the mainstream at FC by providing educational accommodations and other support.
Phone: (714) 992-7099
Student Health Center
The Student Health Center provides a variety of clinical services and COVID-19 referral resources.
Phone: (714) 992-7093
CalWORKs is a program designed to help students on public assistance get the support to begin building the foundations of self-sufficiency and access to vital services.
Phone: (714) 992-7101
Student Life & Leadership
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.
Phone: (714) 992-7095
FC Food Bank
The Chris Lamm & Toni DuBois-Walker Memorial Food Bank encourages students that struggle with food insecurities to explore options on ways to promote nutrition and healthy eating.
Phone: (714) 992-7162
Foster Youth Success Initiative
The FYSI program is committed to supporting ambitious, college-bound students exiting the foster care system.
Phone: (714) 992-7000 ext. 24115
The Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) program provides resources and support necessary for disadvantaged single parent students to improve their educational opportunities.
Phone: (714) 992-7097
Extended Opportunity Program & Services
EOPS provides resources and support to students who have educationally and socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds.
Phone: (714) 992-7097
Veterans Resource Center
The Veterans Resource Center serves veterans, military personnel, and family members and dependents of those who have served in the U.S. military.
Phone: (714) 992-7102
Not finding what you’re looking for?
Visit our campus student resources pages!
For student support resources and community resources in response to this crisis, visit our resource finder page here: studentsupport.fullcoll.edu/resources/
In addition, Student Support Services provides oversight for these sections:
Phone (714) 992-7089
Dr. Nick Arman
Interim Dean, Student Support Services & Title IX Coordinator
Interim Administrative Assistant III
Student Services Specialist