Fullerton College
Fullerton, CA, USA


Key Academic Stats

Highest Degree Offered
At least 2, but less than 4 academic years
Total Number of Students
Total Number of Undergrads
Academic Calendar


Non Traditional Learning
  • Online Classes
  • Online Undergrad Degrees
  • Summer Sessions
Learning Options
  • Study Abroad
  • Honors Program
  • Teacher Certification Offered
Student:Faculty Ratio
US National: 21:1
Classroom Sizes

Faculty Overview


African American
Asian/Pacific Islander

What Students Are Saying

I've been here since Summer 2009, and all I can say about this college is that I love it. I've taken art/dance history classes, business classes, music, oceanography classes and so much more! This college offers so many wonderful classes but most importantly I am learning so much while I have fun! The professors really care about all of their students, and because some classes are so small, you can work with them one on one. My experience has been amazing here and I am learning more at this college than in high school!
Anonymous from Fullerton, CA
There are alot of great classes that a student can take to help prepare them to either transfer or for a good career. There is a transfer center that can help you choose the perfect college for you and they also give you an Ed plan to prepare you to transfer to that college of your choice.There are also scholarship workshops. The teachers and counselors there are very helpful and will do whatever it takes to help you succeed.
Aariyn from Whittier, CA
Due to economy, several night classes have been eliminated from Fullerton College, which can make it difficult for students that work full-time to find open classes that they need. Due to the cut backs in work force, it has reduced the amount of teachers in math making it difficult to find a great math teacher for the higher levels of math; not ideal for a student with a math major. Also, the library can be loud at times so it would be a good idea to purchase some disposable ear plugs.
Shelly from Anaheim, CA
I'm kind of a difficult judge of this - my high school was above average and I was often above average there, so college in general is pretty easy - but I've felt the academics here were rigorous enough to keep me semi-busy and stress many of my classmates.
Lindsay from Fullerton, CA
I think this will vary from major to major. The teachers do expect you to learn, and you get 16 weeks. Semesters are awesome, I miss semesters....
Rebekah from Irvine, CA