Fullerton College has many wonderful Programs and Services to offer to all students! 

If you do not qualify for the North Orange Promise benefits, we are still here to support all new students at Fullerton College. If you have any questions about your eligibility, getting connected to additional programs, or other questions about your time at Fullerton College, we are here to help. 

Academic Support Programs

Student Diversity Success Initiative (SDSI)

The Student Diversity Success Initiative (SDSI) is a support program that aims to improve the overall educational experiences of traditionally underrepresented students at Fullerton College.

Students with SDSI gain access to a variety of resources and services such as Life-Skills Coaching, Counseling appointments, Academic workshops, Book Loans and Laptop Loans. 

Any Fullerton College student can participate in the SDSI Program by completing the intake form.

EOPS (Extended Opportunities Program and Services)

EOPS is dedicated to recruit and successfully retain college students of educationally and socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds. The primary purpose of the EOPS program is to prepare students to transfer to a four-year university, complete an Associate’s Degree or earn a vocational certificate in order to acquire desirable career-related skills to obtain rewarding employment as a result of their educational experience.

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    Additional Programs and Support Services can be found through the Fullerton College Website.

      Financial Aid Resources

      Fullerton College Financial Aid Office

      The Financial Aid office is located in Building 100, Room 117. There are several types of financial aid available to students at Fullerton College including the Pell Grant, Cal Grant, Student Success Completion Grant (SSCG), and more!

      All requirements must be completed before any funds are disbursed. To check your financial aid status, login to myGateway, select Financial Aid, select My Overall Status, and then select the correct aid year.

      California College Promise Grant

      The CA College Promise Grant (CCPG) is a state-wide program for community colleges that waives tuition fees and a portion of the parking permit fee for qualifying California residents.

      The California College Promise Grant Application can be accessed through your MyGateway account.

      Login to MyGateway > Click “Webstar” in the top right corner > Click “Financial Aid” > Click CCPG Application